own, except Rodman's division at Frederick.
Hooker's corps on the Monocacy, two miles from Frederth were as follows:
May 13th, 11.30 P. M.
Hooker to march at daylight to Middletown.
May 13th,30 P. M.
Sykes to move at six A. M., after Hooker, on the Middletown and Hagerstown road.
May 1ed that on the right afterwards taken up by Gen. Hooker. Gen. Wilcox was in the act of moving to ocwhole force as soon as he was informed that Gen. Hooker (who had just been directed to attack on the left of the main column, the right, under Gen. Hooker, was actively engaged.
His corps left the Col., Asst. Adj.-Gen., and Aide-de-Camp. Maj.-Gen. Hooker.
Meade's division left Catoctin creeky on the slope, but soon ceased by order of Gen. Hooker, and the position of our lines prevented anng to outflank him on his right, applied to Gen. Hooker for reinforcements.
Gen. Duryea's brigade, to the rear of the pass.
I sent the order to Hooker to move at once.
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