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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Battery Gregg-reply to General N. H. Harris. (search)
of supernumerary artillerymen? Up to this time General Walker's memory was clear and distinct, but then, for ts assertions. I believe General Harris ranked General Walker. I know he (Walker) was junior to both GeneralWalker) was junior to both Generals Lane and Thomas, to say nothing of myself, and we three were all the time present — myself after about sun uemy until they should arrive. I can't say that General Walker was not present near battery Gregg the morning ptain Walke, Adjutant and Inspector General, of General Walker, chief of artillery, came with orders to withdrear. I have previously expressed an opinion of General Walker's letter; it is certainly the most remarkable o hence the sacrifice of its gallant defenders. General Walker certainly claims to have been in command. In hto General Harris to withdraw the artillery. General Walker was not at Battery Gregg about sun up, when I tand about one mile was regained. I did not see General Walker in this advance. If he was as conspicuous as h