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Doc. 20.-the battles of Gettysburgh. Cincinnati Gazette account. special correspondence of Mr. Whitelaw Reid to the Cincinnati Gazette, from the army of the Potomac. After the invaders. I. Getting a good ready.Washington, June 29, 1863. would like you (if you feel able) to equip yourself with horse and outfit, put substitutes in your place in the office, and join Hooker's army in time for the fighting. It was a despatch, Sunday evening, from the manager, kindly alluding to a temporary debility that grew out of too much leisure on a recent visit west. Of course I felt able, or knew I should by to-morrow. But, alas! it was Hooker's army no longer. Washington was all a-buzz with the removal. A few idol-worshippers hissed their exultation at the constructive disgrace; but for the most part, there was astonishment at the unprecedented act and indignation at the one cause to which all attributed it. Any reader who chanced to remember a few paragraphs in a rec