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Gettysburg charge. [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, January 26, 1896.] Paper as to Pickett's men. [The following is a compilation of a modest infantryman. Captain Martin W. Hazlewood is an earnest member of the History Committee of the Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans, Virginia.—Ed.] This interesting paper on the Gettysburg Charge, was read before Pickett Camp Monday night, January 20th, by Captain M. W. Hazlewood: The third day's battle of Gettysburg, more familiarly spokenCaptain M. W. Hazlewood: The third day's battle of Gettysburg, more familiarly spoken of as Pickett's charge, has been so often treated in books and essays, that it would seem almost useless to write on the subject at this late day. In defence of the commanding general, whose conduct has been unwittingly impeached by superficial writers in search of a scapegoat for the untoward results of this fatal battle, and in justice to the troops engaged, it will hardly be regarded as out of place to cite some facts which have not ordinarily attracted attention. On the morning of the 3