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Lincoln's call for 300,000 men — movements of Meade's army, &c. We have received, throuecrans — Government opinion of his cowardice — Meade to follow suit — Dahlgren reported removed. nt organ,) of Friday, announces the arrival of Meade there, and says: We stated yesterday morning that Meade had been ordered to pursue Lee and give him battle. --We gave the item as a rumor, of this visit, and some wiseacres have it that Meade has been relieved, and ordered to Washington brom sources well informed, that the reports of Meade's being relieved are without foundation, and tpresent all quiet to-day. The presence of General Meade in Washington indicates no active operatioieved Admiral Dahlgren." The movements of Meade's army. The Baltimore American, of Friday, has the following about the movements of Meade's army: Information from the army of the Potomg. A dispatch received last night from Gen. Meade's headquarters states that the whole of Lee'[4 more.
The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1863., [Electronic resource], One hundred and seventy-five dollars reward. (search)
y knew it to be a lie by cutting off his head. Yes! Rosecrans, poor fellow, has been decapitated — his head placed in a basket for Washington officials to stick up over the war office in terrorent as a warning to all unsuccessful Generals, and his body thrown upon the huge pile where rot the remains of Scott, McClellan, Pope, Burnside, and Hooker. Our Generals, during this war, have had unbounded influence at Washington. They unmake, if they do not appoint, whatever Generals they please. Meade is the only one left, and we predict for him a speedy decapitation. Grant is to take the place of Rosecrans, and to hold it until the first battle at least. We take his appointment to indicate immediate active operations. Bragg, we presume, is to be forthwith attacked. We hope it may be so, and if it were not the intention of the Cabinet to have an attack made, we cannot see why they should have cut off Rosey's head, unless it was for his lying. This again can hardly be, for Halleck
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Meade's movements in Northern Virginia. Intelligence received by passengers who came from Gordonsville yesterday leaves little doubt that there is a large body of the enemy between Warrenton Junction and the Rappahannock. A slight cavalry skirmish took place on Friday just beyond the river. Meade is actively employed in rebuilding the railroad, and the bridges which we burnt are being rapidly repaired. What he wants to advance for, unless it be for another run back to Washington, we cas in Northern Virginia. Intelligence received by passengers who came from Gordonsville yesterday leaves little doubt that there is a large body of the enemy between Warrenton Junction and the Rappahannock. A slight cavalry skirmish took place on Friday just beyond the river. Meade is actively employed in rebuilding the railroad, and the bridges which we burnt are being rapidly repaired. What he wants to advance for, unless it be for another run back to Washington, we can hardly divine.