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The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure), Gregg's cavalry at Gettysburg (search)
eated army of Lee, was in retreat to the Potomac. In reply to this, Major I. B. McClellan, who was Assistant Adjutant General on the staff of General Stuart, wrid among these Annals of the War, until the appearance of this statement by Major McClellan, mention has not been made of the part taken by Stuart in the actual battl to a correct understanding of the great struggle. One might imagine that Major McClellan's assertion had been thrust forward as a feeler, to ascertain whether thertainly must he come to this conclusion. I was not aware, until I had read Major McClellan's article, before alluded to, that there had been a claim to a victory ovetion before his successful antagonist. A word as to one or two facts. Major McClellan states that the last charge in the cavalry battle at Gettysburg was made ban artillery duel was maintained until night. In each of these statements Major McClellan has fallen into error. The last charge was not made by the. Southern cava