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alley of the enemy, to join the rest of the army at Boonesboro or Hagerstown. The march of these troops began on the tenth, and at the same report having been received that a Federal force was approaching Hagerstown from the direction of Chambersburgh, Longstreet continued his marnd also to prevent the removal of stores which were said to be in Hagerstown. He arrived at that place on the eleventh, General Hill halting to guard the Boonesboro Gap, and Longstreet ordered to march from Hagerstown to his support. On the thirteenth, General Hill sent back the brdds with the utmost tenacity. Longstreet, leaving one brigade at Hagerstown, had hurried to the assistance of Hill, and reached the scene of transferred from the right and posted between D. H. Hill and the Hagerstown road. General Jackson was now directed to take position on Hood's left, and formed his line with his right resting upon the Hagerstown road, and his left extending toward the Potomac, protected by General
onfusion. I hastened to intercept it at the Hagerstown road. I found, though, that with the except, when thus formed, was perpendicular to the Hagerstown road, and the right rested near the edge of hich has been mentioned, and parallel to the Hagerstown road, but under cover. Immediately after hinued to Sudley Ford, and from thence to Hagerstown, Maryland, via Frederick City, crossing the Potomring, leaving Toombs's brigade in command of Hagerstown, and Eleventh Georgia regiment, of Anderson' D. R. Jones, having, by a forced march from Hagerstown, reached Boonsboroa, Maryland, near South Moajor Little commanding, had been detached at Hagerstown, on the fourteenth, by order of Brigadier-Gehundred and fifty yards from and east of the Hagerstown road. In a short time a small portion of Coe command of it. This brought my left to the Hagerstown road. General Anderson's brigade, occupyinge brigade was moved from its position on the Hagerstown road to the support of Colquitt's, which was[24 more...]