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" without interference with the responsibilities that devolve upon you both. You have all the information which the General has received, and the General would like to have your views. The movement of your Corps to Gettysburg was ordered before the positive... "
The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade: Major-general United States Army - Page 34
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Report of the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War, Part 1

Chancellorsville (Va.), Battle of, 1863 - 1865
...consultation with you, please do so, without interference with the responsibilities which devolve upon both. You have all the information which the general...withdrawal from Harrisburg and concentration was received. "S. WILLIAMS, "Assistant Adjutant General." '•HEADQUARTERS ARMY OK THE POTOMAC, 4< COMMANDING OFFICER,...
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REPORT OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE CONDUCT OF TEH WAR, AT THE SECOND ...

1865
...consultation with you, please do so, without interference with the responsibilities which devolve upon both. You have all the information which the general...received, and the general would like to have your views. "S. WILLIAMS, "Assistant Adjutant General" "HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, " July 1, 1863. «COMMANDING...
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The First Day of the Battle of Gettysburg: An Address Delivered Before the ...

Chapman Biddle - Gettysburg, Battle of, Gettysburg, Pa., 1863 - 1880 - 50 pages
...you know more of the condition of the troops in your vicinity and the country than he does." . . . "You have all the information which the general has...withdrawal from Harrisburg and concentration was received." 1 On his route to Gettysburg Reynolds had on the afternoon of the 30feh encamped in the vicinity of...
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Three Years in the Army: The Story of the Thirteenth Massachusetts ...

Charles E. Davis - Massachusetts - 1893 - 476 pages
...with the responsibilities that devolve upon you both, please do so. You have all the information that the General has received, and the General would like...withdrawal from Harrisburg and concentration was received. Very respectfully, etc., S. WILLIAMS, Assistant Adjutant General. (Copy to Major-General Howard.) It...
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Three Years in the Army: The Story of the Thirteenth Massachusetts ...

Charles E. Davis - Massachusetts - 1894 - 476 pages
...with the responsibilities that devolve upon you both, please do so. You have all the information that the General has received, and the General would like...withdrawal from Harrisburg and concentration was received. Very respectfully, etc., S. WILLIAMS, Assistant Adjutant General. (Copy to Major-General Howard.) It...
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General Meade

Isaac Rusling Pennypacker - Generals - 1901 - 402 pages
...as well as his own corps. The Sixth remained at Manchester. Reynolds was told that his movement upon Gettysburg was ordered ( before the positive knowledge of the enemy's withdrawal from the north and his concentration was received. In the meantime, General Humphreys says at once, upon...
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History of the 121st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers: "An Account from the ...

Pennsylvania infantry. 121st regt., 1862-1865, United States. Army. Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 121st (1862-1865) - United States - 1905 - 299 pages
...know n-more of the condition of the troops in your vicinity and the country than he does.” * * * “You have all the information which the general...from Harrisburg and concentration was received.” On his route to Gettysburg Reynolds had, on the afternoon of the 30th, encamped in the vicinity of...
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Stuart's cavalry in the Gettysburg campaign

John Singleton Mosby - Gettysburg Campaign, 1863 - 1908 - 222 pages
...letter to Reynolds on July 1, the last he ever wrote him, Meade said, " The movement of your troops at Gettysburg was ordered before the positive knowledge...withdrawal from Harrisburg and concentration was received." Orders were immediately issued for the army to fall back if the Confederates advanced. But Reynolds...
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Gettysburg, July 1

David G. Martin - History - 2003 - 736 pages
...decision he would not hesitate to take on 1 July. In closing, Meade stated, almost apologetically, that "The movement of your corps to Gettysburg was ordered...withdrawal from Harrisburg and concentration was received," 104 Remarkable to say, Meade was also planning a third strategy that night, besides the move towards...
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Gettysburg: A Testing of Courage

Noah Andre Trudeau - History - 2010 - 720 pages
...intelligence he had been given and offered his thoughts on the likely options. The note closed with the words "You have all the information which the general has...received, and the general would like to have your views." Also not delivered to Reynolds was Meade's Pipe Creek circular. Kcllcy and Hall, the Illinois privates...
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