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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—Pennsylvania. (search)
that of Waynesboroa; finally, the last, passing by Littlestown, Two Taverns, and Gettysburg, crosses the mountains west of Cashtown and desclone has remained in the centre at Taneytown, is to march toward Two Taverns in order to connect Reynolds with the right, whilst the Second wto the general plan, had led the Twelfth corps from Taneytown to Two Taverns since morning. He had hardly reached this point, which is only e neighborhood of Heidlersburg, had been ordered to fall back on Two Taverns; Gregg, who was at Westminster with his division, had left Huey'rty men. They will arrive toward three o'clock in the morning at Two Taverns, whence they will go and take the position on the extreme left wof artillery. Pleasonton's orders are to wait for Kilpatrick at Two Taverns. He will send back Custer to the right in order to form a junct house. Although he has been ordered by Kilpatrick to repair to Two Taverns, Custer complies with Gregg's request. Stuart thus has three br
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nion Mills, via Hanover and McSllerrystown, to Bonaughtown; the Sixth corps, from Manchester en route to Gettysburg; and the Twelfth corps from Littlestown, via Two Taverns, to the field of Gettysburg. Gregg's cavalry division marched from Manchester to Hanover Junction, whence McIntosh's and J. I. Gregg's brigades proceeded to Haris' brigade, of French's division, marched from Frederick City to Turner's Gap in South Mountain. July 5. Leaving Gettysburg, the Second corps marched to Two Taverns; the Fifth corps, to Marsh Run; the Sixth corps, to Fairfield; the Eleventh corps, to Rock Creek; the Twelfth corps, to Littlestown; and McIntosh's brigade, of ngton and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, en route to Frederick City. July 7. The First corps marched from Emmettsburg to Hamburg; the Second corps, from Two Taverns to Taneytown; the Third corps, from Gettysburg, via Emmettsburg, to Mechanicstown; the Fifth corps, from Moritz Cross-roads, via Emmettsburg, to Utica; the Sixt