t be drawn.
In this state of affairs, Longstreet, with Hood's and Pickett's divisions, arrived in Petersburg, under orders to rejoin Lee at which he hoped would play upon and exaggerate these fears.
Two of Pickett's five brigades had been temporarily left,— Jenkins's at PetersburMANDERBATTS.guns
McLaws7,311 Kershaw, Barksdale, Semmes, Wofford
Pickett5,200 Garnett, Kemper, Armistead
Hood7,720 Law, Robertson, Anderso M. Lee accompanied this march, and also bivouacked at Greenwood.
Pickett's division was left at Chambersburg to guard the rear until Imbodeher fruit in case of victory.
On July 1, of his nine divisions, Pickett's was in bivouac at Chambersburg.
The other eight, except Law's baving marched at 3 A. M., and covered by that time about 20 miles. Pickett's division was also upon the road, having marched from Chambersburre, practically the whole of both armies was upon the field except Pickett's division and Law's brigade of the Confederates, and the 6th corp