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burg. Early camped at night near Berlin. That night Gen. R. S. Ewell communicated with Gen. A. P Hill, who was at Cashtown Early next morning Gen. Ewell set his division in motion to join Gen. Hill, he himself going in motion to join Gen. Hill, h, or rather the enemy having retreated through the town, Gen. Ewell rode into town, and, meeting with Gen. Early, they togetwn. Here they had formed a line of battle which overlapped Ewell's on both flanks, (for Gen. Hill had not then entered the town,) and had already opened from several batteries on Ewell's troops in and beyond the town. Inasmuch as we could not get awould take longer than this to carry their new position, Gen. Ewell determined not to push the attack that evening, but to wion and the reserve artillery had gotten up just after Gens-Ewell and Rodes had entered the town, and were sent to the extremat no comments of mine are necessary in order to show Lieut. Gen. Ewell's great energy and high military genius, as well as t