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Gettysburg. Report of Colonel R. L. Walker, Chief of artillery of Third corps, army of Northern Virginia. headquarters artillery of Third corps, army of Northern Virginia. Major Palmer, Ass
ls Heth and Pender, and were put in position for action on an eminence about one mile west of Gettysburg, from which they opened fire on the enemy with marked effect and finally driving them back out ommand were brought off safely.
Two of the guns of the First corps were found on the field at Gettysburg and brought off. The conduct of the officers and men of this corps was in the highest degree s of their lameness in traveling over turnpikes, and especially over the road from Hagerstown to Gettysburg withoutshoes.
The value of horses abandoned from this cause during the march was, I am pers the front, but the battalion took no part in the engagements of the 1st and 2d July, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Late in the evening of the 2d, by your order, I reported to Major-General Anderson fo