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April 19th, 1872 AD (search for this): chapter 2.15
his youthful hero, though very creditable to him, seems not so distinguished by its boldness or success. I append a letter from Major Kelly, from whom I hoped to obtain an accurate account of — the affair. He was then editor of the Fredericksburg Herald, in which paper a minute and accurate account of every incident of the day was published the next morning. Most respectfully, John Critcher, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding at Fredericksburg in the autumn of 1862. Fredericksburg, April 19, 1872. Judge Critcher: Dear Sir — I regret very much that I am unable to assist you materially in the review you propose of the article sent in regard to Dahlgren's ride into Fredericksburg. The files of the Herald during the war fell a prey to the ravages of the times, and I have not the slightest recollection of any facts that I may then have written. The first intimation I had of the affair was a small colored boy's coming into the chamber (about 8 o'clock in the morning, or possi
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