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headquarters of the army of the Potomac, three miles beyond Middletown, Sunday, Sept. 14-9.40 P. M. H. W. Halleck, General-in-Chief: after a very severe engagee the honor to report that this division left the Monocacy at six A. M., September fourteenth, and arrived at the Catoctin about half-past 12 P. M. Here the column hang, in the battle of South-Mountain: At six o'clock on the morning of September fourteenth, the division marched from Middletown, under an order received by me froral McClellan's headquarters at Frederick at nine A. M. on Sunday, the fourteenth of September, and reported as directed by Colonel Miles. Immediately upon his arrit to strengthen them by fortifications, although between the fifth and fourteenth of September there was ample time to do so; and to Colonel Ford's repeated demands th the booming of artillery from the evacuated heights. The battle of Sunday, September 14. Morning came, but with it no signs of the enemy, (except in front.)
Doc. 119.-battle of South-Mountain, Va. Despatches from General McClellan. headquarters of the army of the Potomac, three miles beyond Middletown, Sunday, Sept. 14-9.40 P. M. H. W. Halleck, General-in-Chief: after a very severe engagement, the corps of General Hooker and General Reno have carried the heights command division, First army corps, near Sharpsburgh, Va., Sept. 28, 1862. Major: I have the honor to report that this division left the Monocacy at six A. M., September fourteenth, and arrived at the Catoctin about half-past 12 P. M. Here the column halted until half-past 2 P. M., when Brig.-Gen. Hatch assumed the command in place ofrt taken by the Kanawha division, Ninth army corps, Major-General Burnside commanding, in the battle of South-Mountain: At six o'clock on the morning of September fourteenth, the division marched from Middletown, under an order received by me from Major-Gen. Reno, directing me to support with my division the advance of Gen. Ple
s reinforced, and to urge the sending of reinforcements. Capt. Russell reached General McClellan's headquarters at Frederick at nine A. M. on Sunday, the fourteenth of September, and reported as directed by Colonel Miles. Immediately upon his arrival Gen. McClellan sent off a messenger, as Captain Russell understood, to General Fposition, and yet he places Col. Ford in command with a feeble force, makes no effort to strengthen them by fortifications, although between the fifth and fourteenth of September there was ample time to do so; and to Colonel Ford's repeated demands for means to intrench and additional reinforcements, he makes either an inadequate rl was lost unless reenforcements arrived, and expected to be awoke on the morrow with the booming of artillery from the evacuated heights. The battle of Sunday, September 14. Morning came, but with it no signs of the enemy, (except in front.) Our guns and camps on the mountains remained just as we had left them, and yet the