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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 4. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Supplement to General Early's Review.-reply to General Longstreet. (search)
ee took it up. After he had begun to muddy the stream at as early a period as twenty days after the battle of Gettysburg, by his letter to his uncle, and when he resumed the work then begun immediately after the war by his communications to Mr. Swinton, his complaint now of being rancorously assailed by those whose intimacy with the Commanding-General in that battle gives an apparent importance to their assaults, brings to mind very forcibly the fable of the wolf and the lamb. In February, 1876, he made a bitter assault on myself, among others, in a long article published in a New Orleans paper, the gravimen of his complaint against me being the remarks about Gettysburg contained in my address which I have given. I replied to him, and I think I demonstrated beyond all question that he was responsible for the loss of the battle of Gettysburg. I did not in either of my. articles in reply to him assert that an order was given him to attack at sunrise on the 2nd. As before