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ade being at the head of my column, that General Longstreet came to him while marching, and told him that his (General Longstreet's) desire was, that he (Kershaw) should attack the enemy at the peach their flank, it was ordered to retire by General Longstreet, and I formed a new line, running from tld have established ourselves there.
But if Longstreet was waiting for Pickett, he was not allowed al strength of the enemy's position.
If General Longstreet had taken the responsibility to report t
He further gives it as his understanding of Longstreet's position by saying: The corps of General Leconnoitre; so had my engineer officer.
General Longstreet had not done it, and General Lee had not
I will read here a short extract from General Longstreet's account of the charge of the divisionsted that General Lee could not have expected Longstreet's two right divisions to take part in that ct's right, and at the place or near it where Longstreet's two corps--Hood's and mine — would have ha