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 Posted: Mon Apr 6th, 2009 06:40 pm
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I think you're reading too much between the lines.

"This started the conversation in which Grant expressed himself quite frankly as to the general trouble with Meade and his fear that it would become necessary to relieve him..."

Sounds like it was more of a converstaion 'starter' which then lead to the 'general trouble' which may make it 'necessary to relieve him'.


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