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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Events leading up to the battle of Gettysburg. (search)
the Chesapeake, and that night the troops of Longstreet left Richmond and moved northward to the Rapson of active operations. The commands of Longstreet and Ewell were put in motion on the 3d of Juwas directed to resume his march, and he and Longstreet on the 7th encamped around Culpeper Courthou city, and to divert him from A. P. Hill. Longstreet left Culpeper Courthouse on the 15th of Junence, and Hill, having arrived in the Valley, Longstreet was withdrawn to the west side of the Shenand on the east of the Blue Ridge, in front of Longstreet, one division of whose corps had been recalthe time of the attack at Middleburg. General Longstreet remained on the east of the Blue Ridge, shall move him on to-day, if possible. Saturday Longstreet withdrew from the Blue Ridge. Yesterda quoted, was sent by General Lee through General Longstreet, who was on the east side of the Blue Ria copy of the letter from General Lee to General Longstreet enclosing General Lee's letter to Genera[4 more...]