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George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army (ed. George Gordon Meade), chapter 5 (search)
c at Shepardstown on the 22d, marched along the western base of South Mountain, and reached Greenwood on the 24th. Resuming his march on the k, to retire and join the rest of the corps on the west side of South Mountain. General Early, on the 30th, moved in that direction, marching etreat of the enemy. General Buford will probably pass through South Mountain tomorrow P. M. from this side. At 5 A. M. after the enemy rentention of the enemy is. My cavalry are now moving towards the South Mountain pass, and should the enemy retreat I shall pursue him on his fl for the movement of the various corps by way of Middletown and South Mountain toward Hagerstown should be drawn up, but not issued: July 5,instruct Gen. French. It is of importance to get possession of South Mountain passes and Maryland Heights. Meanwhile, General Sedgwick wites will be then forwarded, and as soon as possible I will cross South Mountain and proceed in search of the enemy. Your dispatch requiring