the road, he ordered forward his two leading brigades, and Archer moving to the right, formed in line on that side of the ronce, and McIntosh's battalion, quickly coming up, followed Archer on the south side of the road, the guns of either battalioof nine field officers present, but two escaped unhurt.
Archer, after pushing the cavalry out of his way, crossed Willougconsin, Michigan and Indiana.
Meredith largely overlapped Archer and the latter's flanks became exposed and subjected to a ng his force on Gettysburg, and that accordingly Davis and Archer were directed to advance, the object being to feel the ene
As the result proved, the policy cost him dearly.
When Archer's brigade was shattered, and Davis driven back, the Federabrigade forward to his centre, and placed the remainder of Archer's brigade on the right, while Brockenbrough's brigade was der my immediate command actively supported the attacks of Archer and Pender.
This gave me an opportunity to witness a larg