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Pennsylvania campaign--third day at Gettysburg. [from our own correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia, April 1st, 1864. My last letter closed with the fall of night of July the second. Two days of terrible carnage and unsurpassed gallantry had been spent, and still the enemy held there famed, and to us, ill-fated heights of Gettysburg. During the night of the second of July, both sides were unremittingly active. In our camps a council of war was held. --Future history will perhaps lift the veil from this consultation, and do justice to all who participated in it. For the present I will merely mention that it was the purpose of Lieut Gen. Longstreet to have passed around the heights occupied by the enemy's left wing, and to have made a hold effort to carry it by reverse attack. This plan, however was overruled by the Commanding General whether wisely or unwisely, history and posterity will decide. On the morning of the third, Gen. Lee gave orders that the enemy should b