r to move into Pennsylvania and join Ewell on the Susquehanna.
It merely advised General Ewell, who had been authorized to move towards the Susquehanna, that Stuart would be on his right and in communication with him during his march, and not after he reached the Susquehanna.
When on June 22nd, Ewell was authorized to move towards the Susquehanna he was in Maryland, opposite Shepherdstown, and Anderson's division of Hill's corps was to be at Shepherdstown the next day—which would relieve Early's division and enable Ewell to move his whole corps into Pennsylvania, with Jenkins' cavalry in advance and Imboden on his left.
If Hooker was moving northward, Stuart was to cross the Potomac with three brigades of his cavalry, take position on Ewell's right, place himself in communication with him, guard his flanks, etc., and he was also to take charge of Jenkins' brigade.
The other divisions of Hill's corps were advancing to the Potomac at Shepherdstown.
Longstreet had been withdrawn