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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)
. (or supporting distance). 5th Corps to Hanover.12th Corps to Two Taverns. Cavalry to front and flanks, well out in all directions, giws for the support of Reynolds's command, viz.: On his right, at Two Taverns, the Twelfth Corps; at Hanover, the Fifth Corps; the Second Corprps, at 11 A. M., at a small place on the Baltimore Pike, called Two Taverns, about five miles from Gettysburg. Here he had halted his commahat may be, Kilpatrick was ordered during the night to return to Two Taverns, which place he reached at daylight of July 3, Hampton remaining the Baltimore Pike, at the crossing of White Run, the latter at Two Taverns. The corps of the Confederate army held the same positions rerg, also in support of the Sixth Corps. The Second Corps was at Two Taverns and the Twelfth Corps at Littlestown. The cavalry was on both f The First Corps was at Emmettsburg. The Second Corps was at Two Taverns. The Third was at Gettysburg. The Fifth between Gettysburg and
George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army (ed. George Gordon Meade), chapter 30 (search)
aneytown. Fifth corps to Hanover. First corps to Gettysburg. Eleventh corps to Gettysburg, (or supporting distance.) Sixth corps to Manchester. Twelfth corps to Two Taverns. Cavalry to front, and flank well out in all directions, giving timely notice of operations and movements of the enemy. All empty wagons, surplus baggageect route can be found, leaving Taneytown to their left, to withdraw direct to Middleburg. General Slocum will assume command of the two corps at Hanover and Two Taverns and withdraw them via Union Mills, deploying one to the right and one to the left after crossing Pipe creek, connecting on the left with General Reynolds, and c it necessary for the commanding general to fight the enemy to-day, the troops are posted as follows for the support of Reynolds's command, viz: On his right at Two Taverns, the 12th corps; at Hanover, the 5th corps; the 2d corps is on the road between Taneytown and Gettysburg; the 3d corps is at Emmettsburg. This information is