Excerpt from In Memoriam: Alexander Stewart Webb, 1835-1911
War and afterwards, from field and corps commanders, as Well as division and brigade generals, under whom and with whom he served in the strenuous and prolonged campaigns of the Army of the Potomac. The few extracts ... quoted here by way of introduction are but specimens of the many encomiums contained in Civil War literature where mention is made of General Webb's part in the engagements described or referred to.
On the occasion of a medal being presented to General Webb, in 1866, General Meade, in a letter addressed to him, said.
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