is supposed to connect, had taken its departure.
Major-General Franklin, commanding one of the grand divisions, was with uas considered a symptom that a movement was at hand, as Gen. Franklin has the reputation of not being in a hurry without suffs composed of three grand divisions, commanded by Sumner, Franklin, and Hooker.
Each grand division is divided into corps; of a movement by Franklin's grand division on our left.
Franklin had thrown three bridges across the river, and passed it orning last, was Stonewall Jackson.
In the plain was General Franklin, who had crossed the river at the point where it is ae sputter and crackle of small arms ceased on the centre, Franklin and Jackson's guns throbbed heavily a few times on the leildings at the tete de pont, the bridge was completed.
Gen. Franklin, I believe, had no trouble crossing his men, as he got at South-Mountain — that is, Reno's and Hooker's corps.
Franklin took his in at Crampton's Gap.
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