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Walker's, was in position faced to the left to guard the flank of our army.
In front of Walker lay William's division of the Twelfth corps, and two regiments of Lockwood's independent brigade, and the Fifth corps, except Crawford's division, which arrived on the field about twelve o'clock. (Crawford's testimony before Committee ont changes were made.
Let us commence on the Federal right again.
Williams had assumed command of the Twelfth corps, and Ruger had taken his division, and with Lockwood's regiments, had moved over to Culp's Hill and formed on a prolongation of Geary's line.
Notice how Meade was increasing the forces opposed to our left — the Fist 10 A. M. Major McGilverey reached the field with the artillery reserve and ammunition train.
At this hour the Federal army was all up, except one regiment of Lockwood's brigade, Sixth corps, whose movements have been previously given.
At about 11 A. M. General Sickles ordered a reconnaissance, and at 12, advaneed his command