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The Meade-Sickles controversy. see also the preceding article.--editors. I. A letter from General Meade. headquarters, military division of the Atlantic, Philadelphia, March 16th, 1870. [Private.] [Colonel] G. G. Benedict, Burlington, Vt. dear Sir: I am in receipt of your letter of the 13th inst., as also the copies of the Free press, with editorials and comments on the address of Colonel [W. W.] Grout before the Officers' Society and Legislature of the State. The substance of these editorials in the Burlington Free press will be found in the appendix to the second edition of Colonel Benedict's work, Vermont at Gettysburg.--editors. I have carefully read your articles and feel personally under great obligations to you for the clear and conclusive manner in which you have vindicated the truth of history. I find nothing to correct in your statements except a fact you mention, which is a misapprehension. I did not invite General Humphreys to be my chief-of-st