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es. In a few minutes Anderson's division, of Hill's corps, marched down the same road, followed an hour or two later by Johnson's division, of Ewell's corps, which had retraced its steps from Shippensburg. In the course of the morning orders came two last divisions joined the former, and together they drove the enemy back, inflicting heavy loss; but Anderson's and Johnson's divisions, though near enough, were not put into the fight that evening. The enemy had, according to the statements on coming up and not yet in position, and driven them pell-mell back upon Baltimore or Washington. Or, if Anderson's and Johnson's divisions had been put in immediately upon their arrival, and our advantage pressed with vigor that night, the enemy mm the iron hail of shell, grape, canister, and shrapnel, that swept over the field. McLaws and Hood, Wright and Wilcox, Johnson and Early, had performed similar feats the day before, followed by similar results. The repeated assaults made by Co