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Hardee's corps on the 20th of July, 1864, and I have found no one who ever heard of the alleged warnings against breastworks except in and by this book.
Lack of space restricts quotations on this subject to those who from their positions at the time can speak most directly to the point.
Colonel D. G. White, who from an early period in the war was a member of General Hardee's staff, and who during all that time was well acquainted with Cleburne, writes as follows:
Davidsonville, Anne Arundel county, Maryland, April 6th, 1880. Colonel T. B. Roy, Selma, Alabama:
My Dear Sir — Yours of the 21st ultimo received.
On the 20th July, 1864, I was ordnance officer on General Hardee's staff.
I had been to the office of Colonel Olasowski, Chief of Ordnance, and rejoined General Hardee at or near the time when Cleburne's division got into position to renew the assault.
My recollection is that General Hardee and staff were in a small scattered grove near and on the right of the Atlant