I could learn nothing definite concerning the army and General Lee's plans.
General Rhodes, I was told, occupied Carlisle, and Genhanged position and dismounted to charge the enemy on foot.
General Fitzhugh Lee commanded our left wing, Generals Hampton and William H. F.
July 5th.—In the morning we rode to Cashtown, where I met General Fitzhugh Lee, and then we marched by way of Summits, the place of our engagement of June 23d, to Greencastle.
The enemy attacked General Lee, but was repulsed with heavy loss.
At 12 o'clock at night we met Genera up a very strong force of cavalry, artillery and infantry.
General Fitzhugh Lee attacked the left wing of the Federals, General Jones their e o'clock in the afternoon, our brigade received orders from General Fitzhugh Lee, to proceed to our left wing, between Hagerstown and William in command of the last Confederate troops leaving Maryland. General Fitzhugh Lee was awaiting us on the bluffs on the Virginia side with his