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from which a portion of Mr. Mallory's report is quoted, on page 60, is a letter from General J. Bankhead Magruder, dated Youngs Mill, Va., March 10, 1862, in which he says:
Commodore,—It is with t.
It has been stated in behalf of the petitioners that General Robert E. Lee and General J. Bankhead Magruder were doubtful of the success of the Merrimac (or Virginia.)
Let us see how this isicial Records of the War of the Rebellion, page 64, General R. E. Lee, in a dispatch to General John B. Magruder from Richmond, dated March 13, 1862 (four days after the engagement), says:
As rega be out at an early day.
In same volume, same page, will be found a dispatch from General J. Bankhead Magruder to General S. Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector General, dated Yorktown, March 13, 1862, * *
On same page of same volume will be found a dispatch from General R. E. Lee to General John B. Magruder, dated March 15, from Richmond, as follows:
With your left resting on the batteries