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" The only force at Gettysburg is cavalry, probably a detachment of observation. I am just from General Lee, and the information he has from his scouts corroborates what I have received from mine — that is, the enemy are still at Middleburg, and have... "
The First Day of the Battle of Gettysburg: An Address Delivered Before the ... - Page 19
by Chapman Biddle - 1880 - 50 pages
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southern historical soceuty papers

Rev. J. WM. Jones - 1877
...Lee, and the information he has from his scouts corroborates that I have received from mine—that is, the enemy are still at Middleburg, and have not...get those shoes! Hill replied, "None in the world." On July 1st I moved my division from Cashtown in the direction of Gettysburg, reaching the heights,...
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History of the 121st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers: "An Account from the ...

Pennsylvania infantry. 121st regt., 1862-1865, United States. Army. Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 121st (1862-1865) - United States - 1905 - 299 pages
...observation. I am just from General Lee, and the information he has from his scouts corroborates what I have received from mine — that is, the enemy are...received of the movements of the enemy was his arrival at Emmitsburg, which is several miles northwest of Middleburg.1 Such, in brief, was the general military...
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History of the 121st regiment Pennsylvania volunteers: "An account from the ...

Pennsylvania infantry. 121st regt., 1862-1865 - History - 1906 - 299 pages
...observation. I am just from General Lee, and the information he has from his scouts corroborates what I have received from mine — that is, the enemy are...division to-morrow and go to Gettysburg and get those shoes!1 Hill replied: 'None in the world.'" General Long (Lee's military secretary) states, however,...
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The First Day at Gettysburg: Essays on Confederate and Union Leadership

Gary W. Gallagher - History - 1992 - 174 pages
...wanted it to be." Heth reiterated that he wanted the shoes. "If there is no objection," he said to Hill, "I will take my division to-morrow and go to Gettysburg and get those shoes!" "None in the world," came the nonchalant reply. "A courier was then dispatched with this information...
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Three Days at Gettysburg: Essays on Confederate and Union Leadership

Gary W. Gallagher - History - 1999 - 373 pages
...wanted it to be." Heth reiterated that he wanted the shoes. "If there is no objection," he said to Hill, "I will take my division to-morrow and go to Gettysburg and get those shoes!" "None in the world," came the nonchalant reply. "A courier was then dispatched with this information...
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Father Abraham's Children: Michigan Episodes in the Civil War

Frank Bury Woodford - History - 1961 - 320 pages
...Heth, Pettigrew's superior, overheard the conversation. "If there is no objection," Heth said to Hill, "I will take my division tomorrow and go to Gettysburg and get those shoes." "None in the world," Hill replied. So early the following morning Heth moved out, expecting to do battle...
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Lee's Lieutenants: A Study in Command

Douglas Southall Freeman - History - 2001 - 912 pages
...corroborated by his scouts and by General Lee's. "If there is no objection," Heth answered immediately, "I will take my division tomorrow and go to Gettysburg and get those shoes." "None in the world."3 On those four words fate hung. At 5 o'clock the next morning, July i, Heth started...
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The Most Glorious Fourth: Vicksburg and Gettysburg, July 4, 1863

Duane P. Schultz - History - 2002 - 447 pages
...enemy are still [in Maryland] and have not struck their tents." "If there is no objection," Heth said, "I will take my Division tomorrow and go to Gettysburg and get those shoes." "None in the world," Hill said. MOST OF GETTYSBURG'S residents slept peacefully, confident they were...
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American Civil War Commanders (1): Union Leaders in the East

Philip R. N. Katcher - History - 2002 - 64 pages
...85532 462 8 Order of Battle 2: Gettysburg, July I 1863 - Union Text by James Arnold and Roberta Weiner. If there is no objection, I will take my Division tomorrow and go to Gettysburg.' With these words Maj Gen Henry Heth set in train the course of events culminating in the titanic clash...
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This Unhappy Country: The Turn of the Civil War, 1863

James R. Arnold, Roberta Wiener - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2001 - 72 pages
...had no idea that most of the Army of the Potomac was nearby. That night, one of Lee's generals said, "I will take my division tomorrow and go to Gettysburg and get those shoes." So, on July 1, the Confederate infantry marched toward Gettysburg. On the road, they met a Union cavalry...
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