on the 27th, with two divisions, Johnson's and Rodes', while Early was deflected to the east, and df the 1st that he was advancing on Gettysburg, Rodes' division, moving in the direction of Cashtownter 2 o'clock when the bright steel barrels of Rodes' men were seen glistening in the sun as his brhour of relief.
The three leading brigades of Rodes' moved across the slope in splendid style, witerson's and O'Neil's brigades, sent forward by Rodes, missed their direction, and became involved its heighth, Early with his division came up on Rodes' left.
Gordon's brigade made an impetuous chare co-operation,—that he rode to find Ewell or Rodes or Hill for the purpose of urging an immediaten of the battlefield, including Oak Hill where Rodes' brigades deployed in line.
It also gave mef artillery and a number of prisoners.
Before Rodes had completed his arrangements, Early had withment as useless, the assault having failed.
Rodes to the north of the town, says his troops were