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General Peck's final report.

Department of the East, headquarters, New York, May 4, 1865.
General L. Thomas, Adjutant-General, United States Army:
I have the honor to transmit the following additional supplementary report upon the siege of Suffolk, and request that it may be attached to the reports already made, and published with them:

On or about the twentieth September, 1864, I gave the following communication to the press, through the columns of the New York Daily Herald; General Hooker being then in this city:

Siege of Suffolk, Chancellorsville.

New York, September 20, 1864.
The truth of history and justice to the little army of Suffolk, demand that I should place this paper before the reading world.



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