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th and 5th by Ewell's corps, leaving that of A. P. Hill to occupy our lines at Fredericksburg. bridge laid down near the mouth of Deep Run. Gen. Hill disposed his command to resist their advancet Winchester, the Federal troops in front of A. P. Hill, at Fredericksburg, recrossed the Rappahanno, and at the same time to cover the march of A. P. Hill, who, in accordance with instructions, left ithdrawn to the west side of the Shenandoah, Gen. Hill having already reached the valley. Gen of the mountains. Accordingly, Longstreet and Hill were directed to proceed from Chambersburg to Gl army been known. The leading division of Hill met the enemy in advance of Gettysburg, on the Gen. Ewell occupied the left of our line, General Hill the centre, and Gen. Longstreet the right. d, except that one division and two brigades of Hill's corps were ordered to support Longstreet. river at Williamsport, those of Longstreet and Hill crossed upon the bridge. Owing to the conditio[4 more...]
City Council. --A called meeting of the Council was held yesterday afternoon. --Present--Messrs. Saunders, Hill, Walker, Scott, Richardson, Epps, Crutchfield, Clopton, Stokes, Griffin, and Burr. The President stated that the meeting had beThunder. Wm. F. Taylor, Walter D. Blair, Miles Turpin, Overseers of the Poor for the City of Richmond. Mr. Hill favored the petition of General Winder because the city could not furnish the new alms-house. Mr. Griffin thought te city poor. Messrs. Burr and Scott thought the city ought to take it if the Surgeon General would give it up. Mr. Hill was in favor of granting the application and offered a resolution turning the alms-house over to Gen. Winder by the cons poor demanded it he would not press his request. After some other argument pro and con., the question was taken on Mr. Hill's resolution, and it was defeated. The mover giving the only affirmative vote. On motion of Mr. Scott $500 were ap