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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—Pennsylvania. (search)
-line of the Newville road, and empties into Rock Creek below Blocker's farm. This position is markrt, is advancing for the purpose of crossing Rock Creek, and attacks the position which Gilsa has juthe dividing water-line between Plum Run and Rock Creek, as far as the height on which stood the Hum from Benner's Hill, along the left bank of Rock Creek, as far as the extremity of Seminary Hill, tlliams' division has moved from the banks of Rock Creek, and is following in the tracks of the Fifthhy swale which descends in the direction of Rock Creek from the Spangler house by following the bashe occupied, he descends in the direction of Rock Creek, and soon finds himself masked by the woods h-west, in order to join Slocum's right near Rock Creek. Stuart is yet some distance off, but Lee, to the extreme right, along the east side of Rock Creek. On the left, the Fifth corps, which happend Top-Shaler's near Geary, and Neill's along Rock Creek — has still three brigades (one under Wright[36 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
of French's division, marched from Frederick City to Turner's Gap in South Mountain. July 5. Leaving Gettysburg, the Second corps marched to Two Taverns; the Fifth corps, to Marsh Run; the Sixth corps, to Fairfield; the Eleventh corps, to Rock Creek; the Twelfth corps, to Littlestown; and McIntosh's brigade, of Gregg's cavalry division, to Graefenburg Spring. Buford's cavalry division reached Frederick City. J. I. Gregg's cavalry brigade moved from Hunterstown to Greenwood. Kilpatrick's ss-roads; the Sixth corps, from Fairfield to Emmettsburg, except Neill's (Third) brigade, of Howe's (Second) division, which, in conjunction with McIntosh's brigade of cavalry, was left at Fairfield to pursue the enemy; the Eleventh corps, from Rock Creek to Emmettsburg; Buford's cavalry division, from Frederick City to Williamsport, and thence back to Jones' Cross-roads; Kilpatrick's cavalry division and Huey's brigade, of Gregg's cavalry division, from Boonsboroa, via Hagerstown Richmond's