Lee and Longstreet and the others were traitors pure and simple.
Lee and Longstreet dismounted, but Hill remained on his horse.
Though he had failed many times, Longstreet was not disheartened.
The despatch intrusted to my care had been borne safely to Longstreet.
Colonel Eubanks' battery was by order of General Longstreet placed in his rear.
They knew that Longstreet had opened with his batteries across the river, and that those of Pope were replying.
And if they tried to retreat there was Longstreet to cut off the way.
Where were the two divisions of Gibbon, posted for the very purpose of looking out for Longstreet?
It was evidently Longstreet's intention to cut off our retreat at this place.
General Longstreet said nothing, but his eyes slowly filled.