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speak of the movements and operations of each separately, as more likely to prove satisfactory to the general reader, as well as for an intelligent understanding of the whole subject as for a just appreciation of the achievements of each department of the army. Rodes's and Johnson's divisions of Ewell's corps marched on the same road to Shippensburg. From Shippensburg they moved by two parallel roads to Carlisle, which they reached on the evening of the 25th of June. On the 29th Brig.-Gen. Jenkins and command, accompanied by Capt. Richardson Gen. Ewell's Engineer, went within sight and artillery range of Harrisburg, Pa., and reconnoitered the defences of the city, with the view on the part of Gen Ewell of attacking the place the next day with his whole corps. The next day, as Gen. Ewell was preparing to march to Harrisburg, twenty miles distant, an order came to him to unite his corps with the rest of the army at Cashtown, near Gettysburg. Major Gen. Early, of this corps, who,
d lodgings in the watch house on Friday night last upon his own application, was ordered by the Mayor to proceed immediately to his regiment. William, slave of Henry Atkinson, was ordered to be whipped for having in his possession seven bottles of liquor, and a lot of crushed sugar, supposed to have been stolen. The whiskey and sugar can be found at the Mayor's office, where the owner can go and identify it. A negro boy named George was whipped for stealing two chickens from Washington Jenkins. Patrick McKenna was fined five dollars for allowing an unlawful assembly of negroes to assemble at his house. He was also charged with renting a house out to negroes in violation of a city ordinance; but the Mayor, in consideration of McK's professed ignorance of the law and promise to comply with it in future, dismissed that charge against him. John Boucher was given till this morning to have a dilapidated cellar door on his premises repaired, which had been complained of