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ibed by our correspondent, "Sallust," whose letter appeared yesterday. Subsequently they have so completely vindicated themselves that the following order was issued on the 11th by their accomplished Commander, in compliance with the request of Gen. Lee, to which that of Lieut. Gen. Hill was also added: Head's Heth's division,May 11th, 1864. General Orders, No.--. I am requested by Gen. Lee and Lieut. Gen. Hill to express to the division their satisfaction at its gallant conduct inn,May 11th, 1864. General Orders, No.--. I am requested by Gen. Lee and Lieut. Gen. Hill to express to the division their satisfaction at its gallant conduct in attacking and carrying the enemy's line of entrenchments on the 10th inst. Words are inadequate to express to the division my admiration for all its gallant deeds since the 5th inst. Much is yet left to be done, and I know from the past that all that brave men can do will be accomplished. (Signed,) H. Heth, Major Gen.
lust," whose letter appeared yesterday. Subsequently they have so completely vindicated themselves that the following order was issued on the 11th by their accomplished Commander, in compliance with the request of Gen. Lee, to which that of Lieut. Gen. Hill was also added: Head's Heth's division,May 11th, 1864. General Orders, No.--. I am requested by Gen. Lee and Lieut. Gen. Hill to express to the division their satisfaction at its gallant conduct in attacking and carrying the enen,May 11th, 1864. General Orders, No.--. I am requested by Gen. Lee and Lieut. Gen. Hill to express to the division their satisfaction at its gallant conduct in attacking and carrying the enemy's line of entrenchments on the 10th inst. Words are inadequate to express to the division my admiration for all its gallant deeds since the 5th inst. Much is yet left to be done, and I know from the past that all that brave men can do will be accomplished. (Signed,) H. Heth, Major Gen.
his division, after having rendered the most gallant service in the battle of the 4th, in the Wilderness, was thrown into confusion on the morning of the 5th, under the circumstances described by our correspondent, "Sallust," whose letter appeared yesterday. Subsequently they have so completely vindicated themselves that the following order was issued on the 11th by their accomplished Commander, in compliance with the request of Gen. Lee, to which that of Lieut. Gen. Hill was also added: Head's Heth's division,May 11th, 1864. General Orders, No.--. I am requested by Gen. Lee and Lieut. Gen. Hill to express to the division their satisfaction at its gallant conduct in attacking and carrying the enemy's line of entrenchments on the 10th inst. Words are inadequate to express to the division my admiration for all its gallant deeds since the 5th inst. Much is yet left to be done, and I know from the past that all that brave men can do will be accomplished. (Signed,) H.
Heth's division. This division, after having rendered the most gallant service in the battle of the 4th, in the Wilderness, was thrown into confusion on the morning of the 5th, under the circumstances described by our correspondent, "Sallust," whose letter appeared yesterday. Subsequently they have so completely vindicated er was issued on the 11th by their accomplished Commander, in compliance with the request of Gen. Lee, to which that of Lieut. Gen. Hill was also added: Head's Heth's division,May 11th, 1864. General Orders, No.--. I am requested by Gen. Lee and Lieut. Gen. Hill to express to the division their satisfaction at its galn attacking and carrying the enemy's line of entrenchments on the 10th inst. Words are inadequate to express to the division my admiration for all its gallant deeds since the 5th inst. Much is yet left to be done, and I know from the past that all that brave men can do will be accomplished. (Signed,) H. Heth, Major Gen.
Heth's division. This division, after having rendered the most gallant service in the battle of the 4th, in the Wilderness, was thrown into confusion on the morning of the 5th, under the circumstances described by our correspondent, "Sallust," whose letter appeared yesterday. Subsequently they have so completely vindicated themselves that the following order was issued on the 11th by their accomplished Commander, in compliance with the request of Gen. Lee, to which that of Lieut. Gen. Hi,May 11th, 1864. General Orders, No.--. I am requested by Gen. Lee and Lieut. Gen. Hill to express to the division their satisfaction at its gallant conduct in attacking and carrying the enemy's line of entrenchments on the 10th inst. Words are inadequate to express to the division my admiration for all its gallant deeds since the 5th inst. Much is yet left to be done, and I know from the past that all that brave men can do will be accomplished. (Signed,) H. Heth, Major Gen.
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having rendered the most gallant service in the battle of the 4th, in the Wilderness, was thrown into confusion on the morning of the 5th, under the circumstances described by our correspondent, "Sallust," whose letter appeared yesterday. Subsequently they have so completely vindicated themselves that the following order was issued on the 11th by their accomplished Commander, in compliance with the request of Gen. Lee, to which that of Lieut. Gen. Hill was also added: Head's Heth's division,May 11th, 1864. General Orders, No.--. I am requested by Gen. Lee and Lieut. Gen. Hill to express to the division their satisfaction at its gallant conduct in attacking and carrying the enemy's line of entrenchments on the 10th inst. Words are inadequate to express to the division my admiration for all its gallant deeds since the 5th inst. Much is yet left to be done, and I know from the past that all that brave men can do will be accomplished. (Signed,) H. Heth, Major Gen.
having rendered the most gallant service in the battle of the 4th, in the Wilderness, was thrown into confusion on the morning of the 5th, under the circumstances described by our correspondent, "Sallust," whose letter appeared yesterday. Subsequently they have so completely vindicated themselves that the following order was issued on the 11th by their accomplished Commander, in compliance with the request of Gen. Lee, to which that of Lieut. Gen. Hill was also added: Head's Heth's division,May 11th, 1864. General Orders, No.--. I am requested by Gen. Lee and Lieut. Gen. Hill to express to the division their satisfaction at its gallant conduct in attacking and carrying the enemy's line of entrenchments on the 10th inst. Words are inadequate to express to the division my admiration for all its gallant deeds since the 5th inst. Much is yet left to be done, and I know from the past that all that brave men can do will be accomplished. (Signed,) H. Heth, Major Gen.