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Letter from General N. H. Harris.Vicksburg, August 24th, 1871. Colonel Charles S. Venable, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.:
Dear Sir — I am about to trespass upealth and prosperity,
I am, Colonel, truly your friend, N. H. Harris.
Letter from Colonel C. S. Venable.University of Virginia, November 24th, 1871. To General N. H. Harris:
My Dear Generalhe Mississippians into battle at Spotsylvania.
I am, General, very truly, your friend, Charles S. Venable.
It may be well to add that there is really no conflict in the several accounts we ha Harris' Mississippi brigade.
As completing his account of the three incidents, we quote Colonel Venable's description of the scene in the Wilderness, and with Gordon's division, as given in his adisputed ground between our troops and the portion of the line still held by the enemy.
Colonel Venable, in this splendid address on The campaign from the Wilderness to Petersburg, also gives a v