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The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1864., [Electronic resource], Pennsylvania campaign--second day at Gettysburg. (search)
Longstreet's corps crossed the Potomac on the 25th. Hood and McLaws, of the same corps, on the 26th, and these whole corps remained for two days. From this point Hood and McLaws moved to Greenwood. Pickett was left at urg, soon after dark on the evening of the 1st July. Hood's division got within nearly the same distance by thtion opposite the enemy's left until about 4 o'clock Hood's division was moved further to our right, and was p's division and Henry's battalion of artillery, with Hood's division, opened at once upon the enemy.--Hood at Hood at the same moment moved forward, pressing the enemy upon his left, whilst McLaws attacked the enemy in front. Talso driven back at the same time. A portion of Hood's division, which had driven the enemy to the precip stands of colors, with heavy loss, however. Major General Hood was severely wounded, as was Brig. Gen. G. T. Anderson, of Hood's division. Brig. Gen. Barksdale, of McLaws's di of the same division, was mortally wound