n moved through Hagerstown to Greencastle, and Early crossed the river and moved to Cavetown; and sf the army at Cashtown, near Gettysburg.
Major Gen. Early, of this corps, who, after crossing the rhave fallen back but for the timely arrival of Early by the Heidiersburg road.
Gen. E. at once puteing a second and larger line near the town, Gen. Early haited Gen. G until Gens. Hayes and Hoke coutripped him that he halted to form.
Doles and Early coming in on the flank of the enemy, retreatinthe evening of the 1st of July by Rodes's and Early's divisions, this number being about equally dGen. Ewell rode into town, and, meeting with Gen. Early, they together made a reconnaissance, in whiding into it along the Fairfield road, near to Early's right; Johnson, having crossed the creek befs in front of Rodes's a centre and left and of Early's right were caught in a trap by the rapid advance of Early's left wing Among the successes, I should have mentioned that Rodes captured two piec[3 more...]