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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Major Andrew Reid Venable, Jr. [from Richmond, Va., Times-Dispatch.] (search)
service, and wherever the Headquarter guidon of Lee's horse blazed in the van of trampling squadronerilous ride was successfully accomplished, and Lee's official report tells us that on the evening paign. The duty assigned Stuart was to guard Lee's right and screen the movement from the enemy'e darkness, and safely delivered the message to Lee. In those heroic days, compliments did not ary sciolists, who blame Meade for not pursuing Lee after Gettysburg, blatantly assuming the demorater announcing Stuart's fall at Yellow Tavern. Lee's simple words on reading the telegram constituef time assigned staff-duty with the Major-General W. H. A. Lee, but in August was reassigned to thetack and rancid pork. For many months, indeed, Lee's veterans, like the English just before Agincoy and thought only of escape. But Hampton knew Lee's great need of proper food for the men, and attant message from gallant Jimmy Deering (one of Lee's Boy Brigadiers) to Hampton, in making his way[8 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Review of the Gettysburg campaign. (search)
gry, discussion. When the magnanimity of General Lee prompted him, at the end of the third day, , and it became more and more apparent that General Lee's broad and generous mantle had covered thehe account proceeds, I soon discovered that he (Lee) had determined he would make some forward movenother advance, and this seems to have been General Lee's expectation. Hooker, however, was handf the return of Longstreet's two divisions, General Lee took the initiative, and on the 3d of June,uth of Fredericksburg, was nearer Richmond than Lee at Culpeper, and although Hill was without a suranged for a grand review of his cavalry by General Lee, who was greatly pleased at their appearancwatch Harper's Ferry. The first point in General Lee's game of strategy was now won. He had succ few days, could you help them? If the head of Lee's army is at Martinsburg, and the tail of it oning Washington exposed from the South side, and Lee's whereabouts, and whether he might not be send[22 more...]