Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1863., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.
Found 97 total hits in 33 results.
The Pennsylvania campaign. The army correspondent of the Savannah Republican, "R W. A," furnishes that paper with a resume of the Pennsylvania campaign, which is the fight frank, dispassionate history we have yet seen, and contains many facts not before published. It is written two weeks after the conclusion of the fights, and the writer had ample time in which to examine the facts he states. He says: No one with that part of the army left near Chambersburg suspected, on the morning of the 1st inst., that the great battle would begin on that day. I was sitting on the wet ground, with my back against a tree, writing to you and your readers, when General Lee and his escort passed by in the direction of Cashtown and Gettysburg. He seemed to snuff the battle in the breeze, and for the first time it occurred to me that the enemy was approaching our lines. In a few minutes Anderson's division, of Hill's corps, marched down the same road, followed an hour or two later by Johnso