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A high private's sketch of Sharpsburg. Paper no. 2. By Alexander Hunter. [Conclusion.] Late in the evening the column halted near Sharpsburg, a little village nestling at the bottom of the hills, a simple countr
tember found our command in a line in the rear of Sharpsburg; we are very tired with marching, exhausted with .
After this dejeuner, a squad of us went into Sharpsburg.
The enemy's artillery had begun to play upon th position was directly in front of the village of Sharpsburg, on a high hill, behind a new post and rail fence e-fifth of its full ranks.
Our army surrounded Sharpsburg in a semi-circle, and we could lie there and hear w in two platoons of fifty men each, carried into Sharpsburg but two muskets (the writer and one other), comma looked dark for the Rebels—it seemed to us as if Sharpsburg was to be our Waterloo.
A frightful struggle w ss windows of the houses of the little village of Sharpsburg, and made them shine like fire, brighter, more vi