t was left to his discretion whether to enter Maryland east or west of the Blue Ridge.
（4) After uth of the Potomac, after our own had entered Maryland, and in his efforts to impede its progress adas soon as it was known that the enemy was in Maryland.
Second r it was known that the enemy had crossed into Maryland, orders were sent to the brigades of Robertsothe remainder (three brigades), to cross into Maryland and place himself on the right of General Ewet was left to his discretion whether to enter Maryland east or west of the Blue Ridge; but he was in rear, you can move with the other three into Maryland and take position on General Ewell's right, pzed to move towards the Susquehanna he was in Maryland, opposite Shepherdstown, and Anderson's divist them, but I think the sooner you cross into Maryland, after to-morrow, the better.
The movementpass through the middle of Hooker's army into Maryland. * * * * He could pass the Bull Run Mountains