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Supplement to General Early's Review.-reply to General Longstreet. [We had intended to have published in this No. of our Papers General
without note or comment of our own, the following rejoinder of General Early.]
After the foregoing review was in the hands of the print al Lee ordered me to attack the enemy at sunrise on the 2nd. General J. A. Early has, in positive terms, endorsed this charge, which I now pr
Having thus disproved the assertions of Messrs. Pendleton.
and Early in regard to this rumored order for a sunrise attack, it appears th ed the plans of General Lee, General Longstreet is made to say: General Early broke up General Lee's line of battle on the 2d of July, by det of doing this to advantage, he was reinforced by Smith's brigade of Early's division, and Daniel's and Rodes' (old) brigades of Rodes' divisi ate to have its full share and be content with it, and there is no occasion to wrangle over the distribution of the honors.
J. A. Early.