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Telegrams. --Telegraphic dispatches, which were not delivered for want of proper address, may be found at the Richmond Office, 150 Main st: Atkinson, T J Broadax, W E Brown J B. Farinholt, Capt B L Garnett, Maj J L Gibbs Dr W H Hutter, Capt F C Jones, Samuel F Lyon, Dan'l jr. Malla, Mrs O Persen, Lt E O Roads, Capt Rosenfield, E K Tucker, Judge J W Vass, Jas Wilson, Geo ap 15--1t
ely or unwisely, history and posterity will decide. On the morning of the third, Gen. Lee gave orders that the enemy should be attacked on our front, in their entrenched position on Cemetery heights. The column of attack consisted of Kemper's, Garnett's and Armistead's brigades, (all Virginians,) of Pickett's division, (Horse's brigade was not in the Pennsylvania campaign,) the division of Major Gen. Heth, which consisted of Davis's Miss., Archer's Tenn., Brockenbrough's Va., and Pettigrew's d never made a purer Christian gentleman, we can only drop the tears of regret at their untimely fall, leaving to a grateful posterity, and to other hands, the pleasing task of perpetuating their memories and enshrining their virtues. Whilst of Garnett and Armistead, Virginia's offering of Generals on that fatal field, it will suffice to say that they lived like men and died as heroes, cheerfully sacrificing their lives to the good of their country. Let us, then, hope and believe as there is