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ce on the eleventh, General Hill halting near Boonsboro to prevent the enemy at Harper's Ferry from escaping through Pleasant Valley, and at the same time to support the cavalry. The advance of the Federal army was so slow at the time we left Fred the next day was in readiness to open upon Harper's Ferry. General McLaws encountered more opposition. He entered Pleasant Valley on the eleventh. On the twelfth he directed General Kershaw, with his own and Barksdale's brigade, to ascend the ritward through Weavertown, and northward from Sandy Hook; guarding the pass in his rear, through which he had entered Pleasant Valley, with the brigades of Semmes and Mahone. Owing to the rugged nature of the ground on which Kershaw had to operateoss. The enemy halted at the gap, and, during the night, General McLaws formed his command in line of battle across Pleasant Valley, about a mile and a half below Crampton's, leaving one regiment to support the artillery on Maryland Heights, and tw
nderson's division, via Buckettsville, to Pleasant Valley, to take possession of Maryland Heights, I reached the valley on the eleventh. Pleasant Valley runs north and south, and is bounded on the town was no longer tenable to them. Pleasant Valley was approached from the east, first by the storming party, and dropped shells into Pleasant Valley, was spiked and abandoned at the same timp, over which the command had passed into Pleasant Valley, I had, about twelve o'clock, ordered Genith all possible despatch. I returned to Pleasant Valley, and, as the troops had been gradually wit of the operations of my command in Pleasant Valley, Maryland. There are particular reasons why Irson, marched through Harper's Ferry from Pleasant Valley, and halted near Halltown, a short distann to look after the sick and wounded from Pleasant Valley, when notice was sent me to hasten the trsing Bull Run at Sudley Ford and reaching Pleasant Valley that night, the next day, September first