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General Longstreet's Second paper on Gettysburg. We again depart from our general rule against copying articles which are published in ot
the fullest opportunity of putting on record his views concerning Gettysburg.
We published for the first time his official report; we have pu paper:
I am induced to prepare an article on the campaign of Gettysburg, supplementary to the one that appeared in the columns of your pa portunity for different work and greater results than were had at Gettysburg.
It is conceded by almost, if not quite, all authority on the been much more serious.
General Wilcox, the volunteer witness on Gettysburg, attempts to controvert my criticism on his wild leadership durin orrect.
I have now done, for the present, with the campaign of Gettysburg.
What I have written about it has been compelled from me by a de t, even as the matter is, I do not fear the verdict of history on Gettysburg.
Time sets all, things right.
Error lives but a day-truth is et