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June 28th, Sunday.—Reached Carlisle.
General Early had been sent to York, but no force against Harr.
General Johnson was left to guard trains, and General Early had not returned from York.
After dark GeneraGeneral Early reached Heidleburg, having left his division in camp three miles off.
General Ewell called a consultation, Early, Rodes and self present.
General Ewell stated that information had come of the arrival of the 11tand Rodes had driven the enemy on our right, and General Early, having reached the field on our extreme left, d his men, as I saw them, were in high spirits.
General Early had hardly suffered at all and General Johnson h. And he repeated them over and over again as he met Early, Rodes and others, and with a significance which strnsuccessful.
Later the same evening or at dark, General Early made a successful attack on Cemetary Hill just acks on 2nd, and especially Rodes' failure to sustain Early at night.
Longstreet's delay in reaching th