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at valley. Secondly, The value and importance of the check given to the enemy by the holding of Winchester during the twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth of June, and its effect in saving Harrisburgh, and probably other important cities of the Union. It is believed that the testimony will clearly show that the aforesaid holding of Winchester was of far greater value than the amount of any losses incurred in the defence and evacuation of that post. R. H. Milroy, Major-General U. S. V. August 22, 1863. Indorsed: The Court does not feel authorized by the order under which it is acting to enter into the investigation suggested by the within communication. Robert N. Scott, Captain Fourth U. S. Infantry, Judge-Advocate. April 29, 1863. To Brig.-Gen. Barry, President of the Court of Inquiry, convened under Order No. 346. I have learned directly from Colonel Horn, and indirectly from Colonel Staunton, that neither of those officers received any orders from Colonel McReynolds at t
Doc. 118.-battle of Gettysburgh, Pa. Official report of General Custer. headquarters Second brigade, Third division, cavalry corps, army of the Potomac, Berea Church, August 22, 1863. Captain Estes, A. A.G., Third Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac: in compliance with instructions received from the headquarters of the Third division, I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by my command in the engagements near Gettysburgh, July third, 1863. At an early hour on the morning of the third, I received an order through a staff-officer of the Brigadier-General commanding the division, to move at once my command, and follow the First brigade on the road leading from Two Taverns to Gettysburgh. Agreeably to the above instructions, my column was formed and moved out on the road designated, when a staff-officer of Brigadier-General Gregg, commanding Second division, ordered me to take my command and place it in position on the pike leading