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Citizens of Gettysburg in the Union army. by H. M. M. Richards, Company A, 26TH Pennsylvania Militia. For
ears we have heard it asserted that the people of Gettysburg were lacking in patriotism because they did not s ological Seminary and the Pennsylvania College of Gettysburg, and of citizens of the town; one other company c es distant.
On June 23d we left Harrisburg for Gettysburg, to be used, I believe, as riflemen among the hil ng carried into effect, and kept us from reaching Gettysburg until the 26th, by which time General Early had r d a troop of horse, also raised, I understand, in Gettysburg.
Having halted, our colonel, accompanied by Majo on of cavalry on the pike through Cashtown toward Gettysburg, and moved with the rest of the command to the le Witmer's house, about four and a half miles from Gettysburg on the Carlisle road, where after an engagement t loss of some 200 men.
It should be added that Gettysburg, small town as it was, had already furnished its