We encamped just beyond the town.
Pleasonton's cavalry, which had advanced by a differents batteries from the corps.
The notion that Pleasonton was authorized to put the infantry in positio‘, but not at South Mountain or east of it. Pleasonton had found a rear-guard at Turner's Gap, but ough to enable his cavalry to clear the way. Pleasonton asked for one brigade of infantry to report and was riding forward with him to learn how Pleasonton intended to use the troops, when, just as we that Scammon's brigade was going to support Pleasonton in a reconnoissance into the gap. Moor made a courier with this, I rode forward to find Pleasonton, who was about a mile in front of my camp, wl north of the turnpike.
The batteries with Pleasonton did their best to assist us, and were admira right direction by Reno, who had arrived at Pleasonton's headquarters.
As he went into position onn, to the knoll in the valley which had been Pleasonton's position, and from that point, a central o