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rly one hundred thousand of the enemy under their ablest leaders, held every inch of the ground that night, defied them in battle array the next morning, and then made good his passage of the river without the loss of a wagon. As for Gettysburg, Meade owes his success there, such as it was, to a swollen river, short ammunition, and Davis's refusal to reinforce Lee from Richmond. They maintain that Sickles is right, that Meade had begun to retreat, and that on the 5th he dispatched an order toMeade had begun to retreat, and that on the 5th he dispatched an order to the General commanding at Frederick to hold that place at all hazards. "They don't mean to say that they were not defeated at Gettysburg, but they would like to try it over again;" but not all of them — the Maryland men in the army are said to be warmly opposed to the project. The more thoughtful and earnest of the people lament the partial decay of that religious sentiment which, inspired by the personal example of stonewall Jackson, and prompted by his discipline a year ago, ran in an e