e been in marching through his own civil communities.
The result was speedy peace, respect from all the people, admiration and affection from many.
When A. P. Hill's division joined General Jackson at Gordonsville, General Pope's army was posted,--the First Corps (Sigel's) at Sperryville, the Second (Banks's) at Culpeper Court-House, the Third (McDowell's), one division near Culpeper Court-House, and one at Fredericksburg-these two under Ricketts and King respectively; his cavalry under Buford, Bayard, and Hatch along the Rapidan from the Blue Ridge to Fredericksburg.
The point held by his left was thought essential by the Washington authorities as holding the way for reinforcements from McClellan's army on the James to join in the contemplated march by General Pope's route to Richmond.
On the 2d of August, Jackson sent part of his cavalry forward as far as Orange Court-House, under Colonel W. E. Jones, who encountered at that point a formidable cavalry guard of the enemy,
vancing towards Gettysburg on the 30th, encountered Buford's cavalry and returned to Cashtown.
On the 29th
Gregg's cavalry, Manchester, twenty-two miles.
Buford's cavalry, Gettysburg.
It should be borne in mih at Littlestown, Fitzpatrick's cavalry at Hanover, Buford's at Gettysburg (except one brigade, detached, guar the front.
The brigades of Gamble and Devin of Buford's cavalry were the force that met Pettigrew's brigalt at Cashtown.
About ten o'clock Heth encountered Buford's cavalry.
Archer's brigade, leading, engaged, and of battle.
Reynolds, however, prepared to support Buford's line of cavalry, and marched at eight o'clock on st Corps.
As Rodes approached he was threatened by Buford's cavalry, but, finding cover under woodland, he maer's brigade was sent from Steinwehr's reserve, and Buford's cavalry was ordered to brace as far as practicabldivision of the Eleventh Corps was not engaged, but Buford had two brigades of cavalry, and so the foregoing m
von Hammerstein ; 102d N. Y., Col. James C. Lane, Capt. Lewis R. Stegman; 137th N. Y., Col. David Ireland; 149th N. Y., Col. Henry A. Barnum, Lieut.-Col. Charles B. Randall. Artillery Brigade, Lieut. Edward D. Muhlenberg; 1st N. Y. Light, Batt. M, Lieut. Charles E. Winegar; Pa. Light, Batt. E, Lieut. Charles A. Atwell; 4th U. S., Batt. F, Lieut. Sylvanus T. Rugg; 5th U. S., Batt. K, Lieut. David H. Kinzie.
Cavalry Corps, Major-General Alfred Pleasonton.
First division, Brig.-Gen. John Buford:--First Brigade, Col. William Gamble; 8th Ill., Maj. John L. Beveridge; 12th Ill. (4 cos.), 3d Ind. (6 cos.), Col. George H. Chapman; 8th N. Y., Lieut.-Col. William L. Markell. Second Brigade, Col. Thomas C. Devin; 6th N. Y., Maj. William E. Beardsley; 9th N. Y., Col. William Sackett; 17th Pa., Col. J. H. Kellogg; 3d W. Va. (2 cos.), Capt. Seymour B. Conger. Reserve Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Wesley Merritt; 6th Pa., Maj. James H. Haseltine; 1st U. S., Capt. Richard S. C. Lord; 2d U. S., Capt. T.