river until the next day. General Gregg's, General Archer's and our brigade formed the rear guard of, Brigadier-General.
Extract from Brigadier-General Archer's report.
Sharpsburg, 17th Sepded to officers and men for their conduct. J. J. Archer, Brigadier-General Commanding.
Extract my part of the line was gallantly resisted by Archer and Thomas-Gregg still holding the extreme lef
This order was promptly carried out — Pender, Archer, Thomas and Branch steadily advancing.
Brancht and in his flank.
Gregg, Pender, Thomas and Archer were successively thrown in The enemy obstinathe left and rear of the enemy's work.
Pender, Archer and Brockenbrough were directed to gain the cr Anteitam near it mouth, and Branch, Gregg and Archer extending to the left and connecting with D. Rull tide of success.
With a yell of defiance, Archer charged them, retook McIntosh's guns, and drovral Pender became hotly engaged, and informing Archer of his danger, he (Archer) moved by the left f