all receive my attention, was the quiet reply.
A. P. Hill's splendid Light division had been sent up to joi of the 9th.
But by some misconception of orders A. P. Hill only crossed the Rapidan on the 9th, and Jackson column along the main road to support Early, and A. P. Hill was coming on to Winder's support.
General BanksWinder deploying his troops to support Early, and A. P. Hill hurrying up in column — all combined to form a ba opportune arrival of Thomas's Georgia brigade of A. P. Hill's division, a still more formidable attack was manewall brigade, came forward in in gallant style, A. P. Hill sent in Branch's brigade of brave North Carolinia now hurried up Pender's and Archer's brigades of A. P. Hill's division, advanced Ewell from the mountain, thr gallant Quartermaster, Major J. G. Field, of General A. P. Hill's staff, rendered most important service, goir has come with a full supply for issue!
I saw A. P. Hill that day as he was putting his Light division int