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eneral McLaws's Division.
[We regret that the following letter from a gallant soldier has been crowded out of several numbers.
We publish these conflicting views without note or comment, and without taking sides with either.]
Austin, Texas, January 2, 1884. Rev. J. William Jones, Secretary of Southern Historical Society.:
Sir,—In the last number of the Southern Historical Society papers I find a Cursory Sketch of General Bragg and his Campaigns, from the pen of Major Sykes, of Columbus, Miss.
His Battle of Chickamauga is certainly calculated to mislead the future historian, especially in regard to the events of the 21st, if the statements and assertions of those who participated actively in the inaction of that day are worthy of credence.
It is earnestly to be hoped that, in time, we may get at the bottom facts, but, as yet, notwithstanding the numerous publications on the subject by your Society, as well as through other mediums, both North and South, we still seem to