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call. General Grant is now made chief of all the armies. His position, therefore, like that of Washington in former days, gives him control over the whole range of the war.
"At last, then, our noble army of the Potomac, baffled, defeated, steadfast, tempered in the fire of battle like fine steel, worthy of a skillful hand-may await with confidence its future, in which, doubtless, it will strike keen, piercing blows for the Union and Freedom of the Land."