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Staff Ride Handbook for the Overland Campaign, Virginia, 4 May to 15 June ... - Page 135
by Curtis S Robertson William G Clay Steven E King
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Army of Northern Virginia Memorial Volume

John William Jones - United States - 1879 - 347 pages
...Fort Harrison), turning his horse towards General Lee, remonstrated with him. Just then I called his attention to General Longstreet, whom he had been...of his men, and rode up to Longstreet's position. With the first opportunity I informed General Longstreet of what had just happened, and he, with affectionate...
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War Talks of Confederate Veterans

George S. Bernard - United States - 1892 - 335 pages
...turning his horse towards Gen. Lee, remonstrated with him. Just then I called his attention to Gen. Longstreet, whom he had been seeking, and who sat...of his men, and rode up to Longstreet's position. With the first opportunity I informed Gen. Longstreet of what had just happened and he, with affectionate...
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Southern Historical Society Papers

Rev. J. Wiliam Jones - 1880
...Fort Harrison), turning his horse towards General Lee, remonstrated with him. Just then I called his attention to General Longstreet, whom he had been...of his men, and rode up to Longstreet's position. With the first opportunity I informed General Longstreet of what had just happened, and he, with affectionate...
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Papers, Volume 14

Southern Historical Society - 1886
...Fort Harrison), turning his horse towards General Lee remonstrated with him. Just then I called his attention to General Longstreet, whom he had been...divisions. He yielded with evident reluctance to the enireaties of his men' and rode up to Longstreet' s position. With the first opportunity I informed...
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