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ievements of each department of the army. Rodes's and Johnson's divisions of Ewell's corps marjoin Gen. Hill, he himself going in front with Rodes's division. At Middletown Gen. E. received wotown by noon or a little thereafter. When Rodes's division arrived on the battle-field there w nothing going on save some artillery firing. Rodes's division consisted of five brigades, to-wit:arolina brigades, Doles's Georgia brigade, and Rodes's (old) Alabama brigade, commanded by Col O'Ne, and a descent into the hollow of the creek. Rodes formed his old brigade and that of Iverson intheir new columns against Rodes from the town. Rodes, his dispositions having been made, advanced hg to a mistake of Gen. J.'s, who reported to Gen. Rodes, in the midst of the fight, that one of his captured on the evening of the 1st of July by Rodes's and Early's divisions, this number being abohe edge of the town, fronting "Cemetery Hill." Rodes's right rested about four hundred yards outsid[15 more...]