was called by General Meade while we lay near Hagerstown to discuss the situation, and it was decided not to hazard an attack.
There were numerous cavalry skirmishes on our trip back to Virginia, but no general engagement by the army.
Although our troops were still sanguine of the ultimate success of our arms it was
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