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General James Longstreet, From Manassas to Appomattox, Chapter 27: Gettysburg-Second day. (search)
dea. I told General Pendleton that you and General Lee were together the greater part of the day usideration, was rejected. Four years with General Lee. Colonel Taylor claims that the attack bywell on the afternoon of the 1st an order. General Lee says,--The strong position which the enemy or Law's brigade to join its division. But General Lee called for the two divisions, and had callere without it. Colonel Taylor says that General Lee urged that the march of my troops should beeneral and the two confidential officers of General Lee's staff for their testimony in the case, anought from Frederick the first account that General Lee had of the definite whereabouts of the enemy; of the excitement at General Lee's Headquarters among couriers, quartermasters, commissaries, et news brought by the scout. That afternoon General Lee was walking with some of us in the road in ing, you left your Headquarters and rode to General Lee's, where I found you sitting with him after[6 more...]
General James Longstreet, From Manassas to Appomattox, Chapter28: Gettysburg-Third day. (search)
ill at Fredericksburg Controverted points casualties of the three days fight organization of the forces engaged. General Lee has reported of arrangements for the day,-- The general plan was unchanged. Longstreet, reinforced by Pickett's threecentre by a column to be composed of McLaws's and Hood's divisions reinforced by Pickett's brigades. Four years with General Lee, W. H. Taylor, page 103. I thought that it would not do; that the point had been fully tested the day before, by more and arrangement of the assault by the Confederate right, artillery fire was heard on our extreme left. It seems that General Lee had sent orders to General Ewell to renew his battle in the morning, which was intended, and directed, as a co-operatinder put a battery of nine guns under the ridge and out of the enemy's fire to be used with the assaulting column. General Lee said that the attack of his right was not made as early as expected,--which he should not have said. He knew that I d