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rted by Butterfield, chief of staff, on the Boonsboroa road, were halted; while others, farther in advance, moved on. Soon, word came from Sedgwick that it was unwise to push the enemy farther on the route he was following; whereupon, the whole army was impelled down the Middletown road; Sedgwick being ordered to move the most of his command from Fairfield Pass by Emmitsburg to join the main body. Arrived at Middletown, the army was halted a day to rest and refit, and then moved through South Mountain by Boonsboroa to Hagerstown and the Potomac; where Lee had of course arrived before it, taken a strong position, and was prepared to maintain it. Lee says, in his official report: The army remained at Gettysburg during the 4th, and at night began to retire by the road to Fairfield, carrying with it about 4,000 prisoners. Nearly 2,000 had previously been paroled; but the enemy's numerous wounded, that had fallen into our hands after the first and second day's engagements, were left be
the Rebel attack; Prentiss's division routed, 61-2; McClernand worsted, 63; Rebels repulsed by Webster's artillery, 65-6; Buell arrives, 67: second day's battle, 67, 68-9; extracts from Buell's report, 66; dispatches from Beauregard, 66; 70; extracts from his report, 60; 67; 69; 70; losses sustained. 70; remarks of An impressed New Yorker, 60, 69, 71. Pleasant Grove, La., Gen. Emory stops the Rebels at, 541. Pleasant Hill, La., Banks's battle at, 543-4. Pleasanton, Gen. A., at South Mountain, 196; fights and wins, 203; fights with Stuart, 369; at Gettysburg, 389; at Chancellorsville, 358; successful on the Rapidan, 394; his operations in Missouri, 559. Plymouth, N. C., Wessells besieged by Hoke in, 533-4. Pocotaligo, S. C., fight at, 463. Poe, Capt., Engineers, defends Knoxville against Longstreet, 432. Polignac, Prince, beaten by A. J. Smith, 551. political Mutations and results in 1864, 654. political or Civil history of 1863, 484. Polk, Leonidas, Bish