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Gen. Lee's strength and losses at Gettysburg. By Col. William Allan. [The following is in reply
commenting on Col. Allan's review of Bates' Gettysburg.
As the letter of our foreign correspondent on of the Confederate cavalry was engaged at Gettysburg, and that not severely, 100 or 200 added to ained about 80,000 for his infantry force at Gettysburg.
Then, 239: 163:: 80,000: 54,560=the Con s.
Again, Gen. Meade in his testimony about Gettysburg before the committee on the conduct of the w Rodes' return at Carlisle, a few days before Gettysburg, makes his total, strength of officers and e coming from Gen. Longstreet, that Lee had at Gettysburg 67,000 bayonets, or above 70,000 of all arms or this officer, in a letter on the batte of Gettysburg to the New Orleans Republican, dated Februar in the London Standard, 1870; and article on Gettysburg, Southern Review, April, 1868.)
2. Gen. urnished to him in regard to his strength at Gettysburg, by two members of his staff; Col. W. H. Tay [4 more...]