the enemy's right with the dawn of day on the second.
The divisions of Major-Generals Early and Ro to begin the movement at an early hour on the second.
He instructed General Ewell to be prepared turing the day, and joined it about noon on the second.
Previous to his joining I received instructirigade joined its division — about noon on the second.
In this, General Longstreet clearly admits tnt he was distant but four miles, early on the second; but I cannot say that he was notified, on thetack proposed to be made on the morning of the second, and the part his corps was to take therein.
l Lee but anticipated his early arrival on the second, and based his calculations upon it. I have shr the battle-field during the afternoon of the second, was ordered to attack the next morning; and G upon our extreme left during the night of the second, ordered him forward early the next morning.
decided advantage gained by Longstreet on the second, the failure of the operations of the third da