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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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ve ever heard, they kept on; they destroyed the Little Bethel, and then, as it seems to me, somebody, entirely upon his own responsibility, decided to proceed to attack Big Bethel. But even this would seem to be scarcely improper. After reading the criticisms of various partisan newspapers, after hearing the stories of many persons who were engaged in the affair in one capacity and another, after hearing a detailed statement, reported by reliable authority, of a conversation with Colonel Bankhead Magruder, the commandant of the rebel forces, and after having had a personal interview with Captain Levy, of Louisiana-whose appearance had, without previous acquaintance, sufficiently assured me that he is a truth-telling gentleman, and who had excellent opportunities for understanding the whole affair, since he was present in the rebel battery during the entire skirmish, and his corps was at Yorktown, and as he is moreover a competent judge, having seen much service, I am able to say thi
message, I presume. Yours, respectfully, A. G. Dickinson, Captain, &c. A true copy: W. Hyllested, Major and A. A. G. General Mahone to General Magruder. headquarters Second brigade. Anderson's division, August 8, 1862. To Major-General Bankhead Magruder, commanding: General: Yours of the first, calling my attention to a certain paragraph in my report to you, duly received; and, but for indisposition, it would more promptly have had my attention. I remember very well when Generaltion made in the report or any copy of it you have sent forward to General Lee. I am, General, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, William Mahone, Brigadier-General. Official: A. G. Dickinson, A. A. General. General Wright to General Magruder. headquarters Third brigade, Anderson's division, August 8, 1862. Major-General J. B. Magruder, Richmond, Virginia: General: I am very sorry that the language in my report is not sufficiently explicit to be understood. I could not h