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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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wasn't there. Yet his story will be received as Times' gospel, not to be gainsayed, by hundreds of thousands in England, while the contradiction, if it ever reaches there, will come as a stale American apology, unworthy of belief. De W. Winthrop De Wolf. Russell's Second letter on Bull Run. Washington, July 24, 1861. As no one can say what a day or a night may bring forth, particularly in time of way, I avail myself of a chance of probable quiet, such as it is, amid the rolling y regiment of their enemy until the latter broke. There was not a hand to-hand encounter between any regiments. There was not a single battery charged or taken by the Federalists. There were no masked batteries in play by the former. See Mr. De Wolf's letter, pages 66-64 ante, in which Mr. Russell's statements in regard to the charges on the field and respecting masked batteries, are asserted to be incorrect and unfounded. See also the official reports.--Ed. R. R. There was no annihilati