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The third day at Gettysburg. continued from p. 313.--editors. by Henry J. Hunt, Brevet Major-Ge
ctures that follow are from the Cyclorama of Gettysburg, by permission of the National Panorama Comp Cress's Ridge, two and a half miles east of Gettysburg, Stuart commanded a view of the roads in rea f the clump of trees.
from the Cyclorama of Gettysburg.
In this-hand-to-hand conflict General Ar dvantage to Lee and disadvantage to Meade of Gettysburg were made manifest.
General Meade has bee 4th--both armies being still in position at Gettysburg — Kilpatrick had a sharp encounter with the notwithstanding his own recent experience at Gettysburg, where all the enemy's attacks on even parti s and expectations excited by the victory of Gettysburg were as unreasonable as the fears that had p communicate in any other way. Your fight at Gettysburg met with universal approbation of all milita at Williamsport very different from that at Gettysburg.
When I left Frederick it was with the firm [1 more...]