ry was also ordered to move to the front.
General Early put his division in motion towards the brit more extended than our own. The remainder of Early's division was placed in supporting distance, our own men who had surrendered, prevented General Early from using it. The bridge, however, seems ssed just before it was fired, by order of General Early.
The suggestions above mentioned afford, and two Hundred and ninety-five missing. General Early's loss, including that of the artillery, ward herewith the reports of Generals Rodes and Early, the latter enclosing those of General Hays anhave the honor to enclose the report of Major-General Early, in reference to the attack on the teteng that both the General commanding and Major-General Early were at the tete-de-pont, and as I hearwell, Lieutenant-General.
Report of Major-General Early.
Headqucaters Early's division, NoHeadqucaters Early's division, November 11, 1863. Lieutenant-Colonel A. S. Pendleton, A. A. General Second Corps, A. N. Va.: