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The Pennsylvania campaign. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia, Feb. 18th, 1864. My last letter brought up the events of the Pennsylvania campaign to the battle of Winchester To day I propose to speak of The Passage of the Potomac and the first day's fight at Gettysburg. It may be proper here to say that I shall necessarily have to treat of the movements and doings of the troops engaged by corps. Ewell's Corps.--Rodes crossed the Potomac on the 15th and
er on the 18th at Shepherdstown.
Early did not cross until two day's inter, owing to high water.
On the 20th Rodes and Johnson moved through Hagerstown to Greencastle, and Early crossed the river and moved to Cavetown; and so the invasion of Pennsylvania had begun.
On the 24th the whole of A. P. Hill's corps crossed the Potomac at Shepherdstown, that of Longstreet having previously reached the Maryland shore by the Williamsport ford — the corps of Gen. Longstreet being composed of the div