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Chapter 7 Grant and Meade field Diversions seizing Vantage ground Grant and the wou
med at Washington.
He said in his letter: General Meade has more than met my most sanguine expecta ange their spirit; that no matter how able General Meade might be, his position was in some measure eridan's cavalry a separate command.
Besides, Meade has served a long time with the Army of the Po vements of subdivisions of the armies.
General Meade manifested an excellent spirit through all spatches from the corps commanders directed to Meade generally reached the general-in-chief about furnishing all the provocation himself, he and Meade continued on the best of terms officially and to move the headquarters of Generals Grant and Meade farther east to a position on some high ground addressing himself to both Generals Grant and Meade, said, with his usual enthusiasm and confidenc aken and held.
General Grant expressed to General Meade his pleasure at seeing Warren's troops mak [6 more...]