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e into Maryland large force of the enemy resistance at Boonesboro surrender of Harpers Ferry our forces reach Sharpsburgof D. H. Hill crossed the South Mountain and moved toward Boonsboro. General Stuart with the cavalry remained east of the mot continued his march to Hagerstown, and Hill halted near Boonsboro to support the cavalry and to prevent the force invested as reported approaching the pass in South Mountain on the Boonsboro and Frederick road. General Stuart's cavalry impeded hislan's army did not appear on the west side of the pass at Boonsboro until about 8 A. M. on the following morning. The resise of that stream, Longstreet on the right of the road to Boonsboro and Hill on the left. The advance of the enemy was delay Hill's also opened with good effect from the left of the Boonsboro road. The progress of the enemy was immediately arrestedttee on Conduct of the War, Part I, p. 492. The loss of the enemy at Boonsboro and Sharpsburg was 14,794. Ibid., p. 42.