al Longstreet to attack at sunrise on the morning of the 2d of July at Gettysburg, those familiar with the controversy that was General Lee's intention to attack the enemy on the second of July as early as practicable; and it is my impression that ning of the first and very early on the morning of the second of July.
See also General Long's letter to me in the Augus, with regard to Gen. Lee's battle order on th-, 1st and 2nd of July at Gettysburg, was duly received.
I did not know of anyh order was issued by General Lee.
About sunrise on the 2nd of July I was sent by General Lee to General Ewell to ask him whaybreak, as I have already stated, on the morning of the 2d of July.
My division soon commenced filing into an open field n
Had the conflict been renewed by it at daylight on the 2nd of July, with the First and Eleventh corps exhausted by battle, neral Early broke up General Lee's line of battle on the 2d of July, by detaching part of his division on some uncalled — fo