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Sharpsburg. for an account of the part taken by General Walker's division in the operations leading to the surrender of Harper's Ferry, see pp. 604 to 611.--Editors. by John G. Walker, Major-General, C. S. A. Rallying behind the turnpike f
hour of noon on the 16th of September, 1862, General Stonewall Jackson and myself reached General Lee's headquarters at Sharpsburg and reported the arrival of our commands.
I am thus particular in noting the hour of the arrival of my division for th e simply expressed his satisfaction with the result of our operations at Harper's Ferry, and with our timely arrival at Sharpsburg; adding that with our reenforcement he felt confident of being able to hold his ground until the arrival of the divisio -shooters took advantage of the stone-wall on the right of the approach to the bridge.
The continuation of the road to Sharpsburg is seen on the right across the bridge.--Editors.
At daybreak on the 17th I took the position assigned me, forming