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The right flank at Gettysburg. Colonel William Brooke-Rawle. It is but natural that the battle
owed up by Gregg.
In the concentration upon Gettysburg, Gregg, with the First and Third Brigades of aried men and jaded horses upon the field of Gettysburg.
Its numerical strength had, moreover, been on's Brigade) had arrived in the vicinity of Gettysburg, on July 2d, just in time to repulse an atte , about three and a half miles southeast of Gettysburg, at the Reever house, and continues on about gade on the road leading from Two Taverns to Gettysburg.
Agreeably to the above instructions, my co in position on the pike leading from York to Gettysburg, which position formed the extreme right of placed my command in position, facing toward Gettysburg.
At the same time I caused reconnoissances irst position, and cover the road leading to Gettysburg, I shifted the remaining portion of my comma
It has been claimed that Gregg's fight at Gettysburg was the finest cavalry fight of the war. To [10 more...]