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Notes and Queries. General Doubleday's Slander of General Armistead once more. Our readers
remember how effectually we disposed of General Doubleday's slander of General L. A. Armistead, to hat he had wronged his country.
We sent General Doubleday these proofs that he had wronged a gall ht in that respect.
Yours, very truly, Abner Doubleday.
From this letter it will appear that e ought, perhaps, to be duly grateful to General Doubleday for making even this small concession, e me of the other marvellous statements in General Doubleday's book, we know exactly how to account f he utter falsity of the slander to which General Doubleday still adheres, we give the following sta Moore had never read the discussions of General Doubleday's statements about General Armistead at ead's making use of any such language as General Doubleday attributes to him. I have given you the nd all cavil, the reckless slander which General Doubleday based on camp rumor, and to which he cli [1 more...]