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Gregg's cavalry at Gettysburg Major J. Edward Carpenter. Little has been written of the stubbo
uly, 1863, on the right of the Union line at Gettysburg, between the cavalry command of General Davi Colonel Brooke-Rawle, on The right flank at Gettysburg, which appears in this series, furnishes the rces prior to his arrival in the vicinity of Gettysburg, gives the following account of his operatio ich refers only to Stuart's operations after Gettysburg, commencing with the paragraph next to the l J. E. B. Stuart's Report of Operations after Gettysburg.
It may be unjust to the editors of that ma the battle itself.
My advance reached Gettysburg July 2d, just in time to thwart a move of th withdrew the main body to the ridges west of Gettysburg, and sent word to me to that effect, but his ing qualities of General Stuart's command at Gettysburg.
Those who opposed his attempt to reach the had been a claim to a victory over Gregg, at Gettysburg, made by Stuart.
The results of the battle