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Text:".... His family had increased, since his arrival in the country, by eight children, one of whom, bom in Cadiz, on the 31st of December, 181 5, as has already been mentioned, was GeorgeGordonMeade..."
Date:Between 1815 and 1872
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 83 onous, bored him unspeakably. He longed to be out of the army before he was fairly in it. Years later, in Mexico, he enlarges with energetic disgust on the same tedious..."
Date:Between 1863 and 1932
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"...224 GENERAL GEORGEGORDONMEADE bodies were thus two marches apart, but he had no fear for them in confronting the general whom he had to oppose. McClellan had contemplated taking advantage..."
Date:Between 1815 and 1872
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Text:"...546 GENERAL GEORGEGORDONMEADE and thus happened to be averted the most frightful, because the most needless bloodshed. General Meade had, it seems, read Lees letter of that morning before..."
Date:Between 1815 and 1872
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Text:"... III. Lieutenant GeorgeGordonMeade in the Mexican War, . • 13 CHAPTER IV. Cause of the Civil War and respective advantages of the bel« ligerents 16 CHAPTER V. Truths and popular errors about the War 29..."
Date:Between 1815 and 1872
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 203 Picketts Charge. Lee Retreats. - Picketts fifteen thousand men rushed upon the Union soldiers. The Confederates had about half a mile to traverse, and the Northern artillery..."
Date:Between 1651 and 1751
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., GEORGE B., McClellans Own Story. MEADE, GEORGE, The Life and Letters of General GeorgeGordonMeade, 2 vols. MERRIAM, GEORGE S., The Life and Times of Samuel Bowles. MICHIE, PETER S., General MoClellan..."
Date:Between 1861 and 1916
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... GORDONMEADE 1. Meade, vol. I, p. 99. 2. Meade, vol. I, p. 41. 3. Meade, vol. I, p. 311. 4. Meade, vol. I, p. 128. 5. Meade, vol. n, p. 178. 6. Meade, vol. II, p. 300. 7. Meade, vol. n, p. 234. 8. Meade..."
Date:Between 1863 and 1932
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"...540 GENERAL GEORGEGORDONMEADE. forded the river at Farmville to reinforce Humphreys, but was driven back with loss. The situation at this critical period of the retreat and pursuit cannot be better..."
Date:Between 1815 and 1872
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 207 faithful horse Old Baldy.^ Conquering his pain, however, he rode at the head of the remnant of the Army of the Potomac at the grand review in Washington which closed the war..."
Date:Between 1651 and 1751
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 71 gret. Even when things seem to be going against him, he recognizes that it is the fortune of war. I dont mean to say I have not been badly treated, but I do mean to say I might..."
Date:Between 1863 and 1932
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"... XVII. GeorgeGordonMeade, The Hero of Gettysburg 196 XVIII. Andrew Gregg Curtin, The War Governor 209 XIX. Thaddeus Stevens, Leader of Congress 222 XX. Andrew Carnegie, The King of Steel 237..."
Date:Between 1651 and 1751
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 93 I must now content myself with doing my duty unnoticed. 44 When a great crisis is at hand, he writes down quietly his own fears and tremors: Sometimes I have a little sinking..."
Date:Between 1863 and 1932
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 71 gret. Even when things seem to be going against him, he recognizes that it is the fortune of war. I dont mean to say I have not been badly treated, but I do mean to say I might..."
Date:1916
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"...A PORTRAIT OF GENERAL GEORGEGORDONMEADE The name of GeorgeGordonMeade will always be a prominent one in American history. Every American knows that Meade commanded at Gettysburg..."
Date:1915
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 95 posterity, there is some reason for it. What is puzzling, and what seems to justify Meade, is that the cause is so often inadequate to the result. A man may have splendid gifts..."
Date:Between 1863 and 1932
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 79 Now Meade was as modest as Lincoln or Lee, and in his position excessive modesty kept him out of the public view and gave others much less deserving a chance to elbow past him..."
Date:Between 1863 and 1932
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 251 called his corps commanders in consultation; should the army remain where it was, they were asked, or should it fall back to a stronger position in the rear? The answer..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...GEORGEGORDONMEADE 73 discard me. For all that I am prepared, fortified as I said before by a clear conscience, and the conviction that I have acted from a high sense of duty, to myself..."
Date:Between 1861 and 1916
Place:New York, USA