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in the open field in front, with the centre of my division; and General Meade, with his brigade, on the right of the division; and six regimel the woods in your front. Soon after this shelling commenced, General Meade rode up to me and reported that the shells from those batteriepublic and all concerned. Reference may at any time be made to General Meade, and the officers of both his and my own staff. I must still that it would bring on a renewal of the battle. For instance, General Meade says to me in a letter dated Headquarters, Army of the Potomac,to drag off his guns, and was refused, on the grounds stated by General Meade in the foregoing letter. Now here is satisfactory testimony urgeon James Collins, of the Third regiment Pennsylvania reserves, (Meade's brigade,) and by many others who remained to care for our wounded Nelson's Farm, or New-Market Cross-Roads, well known either to General Meade or to the colonels of regiments and other officers of the divis