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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The correspondence of Gen. Robt. E. Lee. (search)
R. A. Lec, March 27th, 1863, page 687, to James A. Seddon, Secretary of War. His army not supplied with food. R. E. Lee, March 29th, 1863, page 691, to Seddon Scouts on duty ordered away by Department without his knd forage. R. E. Lee, April 17, 1863, page 730, to Seddon. Army failing in health, because of insufficient rah advantage. R. E. Lee, May 30, 1863, page 834, to Seddon. Recommends that troops be brought from South Caroll's actions. R. E. Lee, June 2, 1863, page 849, to Seddon.Further comments on D. H. Hill's retaining his trootheir stead. R. E. Lee, June 3, 1863, page 851, to Seddon.About D. H. Hill and the best Brigades retained frorg; balance of the army moving north. R. E. Lee to Seddon, Secretary of War, June 8, 1863, page 868.Whiting auncertain if the Department will let him go on. Seddon, Secretary of War to General Lee, June 9, 1863, pagral Lee's order shall be carried out. R. E. Lee to Seddon, June 13, 1863, p. 886.You can realize the difficul
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.21 (search)
d by The Times, it is manifest that both General A. P. Hill, to whose corps the division commanded by General Mahone belonged, and General R. E. Lee were laboring under a mistake, when, on the day of the battle, in their official reports, they referred to the retaking of the salient as the work of Mahone, the report of General Lee to the Secretary of War, published on page 818 of serial 82 of the War Records, being as follows: headquarters near Petersburg, July 30, 1864, 6:30 P. M. Hon. James A. Seddon, Secretary of War: General A. P. Hill reports that General Mahone, in retaking the salient possessed by the enemy this morning, recovered the four guns with which it was armed, captured 12 stand of colors, seventy-four officers, including Brigadier-General Bartlett and staff, and 855 enlisted men. Upward of 500 of the enemy's dead are lying unburied in the trenches. His loss slight. R. E. Lee. Memorable service. If it was General Weisiger, and not General Mahone, whose se