the Potomac had no communication with Stuart until after the battle on the 1st of July, when he heard that Stuart was at Carlisle, and Stuart did not reach Gettysburg unit the afternoon of July 2d.
Lee, referring to Stuart, says: By the route he purral army was interposed between his command and our main body, preventing any communication with him until he arrived at Carlisle.
The march toward Gettysburg was conducted more slowly than it would have been had the movements of the Federal army behts, which overlooked Gettysburg.
At this time, 2 p. m., Rodes' and Early's divisions of Ewell's corps — the first from Carlisle and the other from York, made their opportune appearance on the left of Heth and at right angles to it; then Pender's dibeen there, to give one bugle blast and to set his squadrons on the charge!
Alas! he was then twenty-five miles away at Carlisle, ignorant that a battle was on.
That afternoon after the fight was over, Anderson's division of Hill's corps arrived