P. M., after a march of 24 miles.
Friday, June 26.-Marched from McConnellsburg to Chambersburg, 20 miles, through a steady rain.
The cavalry under Major Gilmore captured 60 head of cattle, 40 horses, a few mules, and some militia.
Saturday, June 27.-Column moved at 7½ A. M., through Shippensburg, to Springfield.
Men much broken down, having marched 19 miles, many of them barefooted.
Sunday, June 28.-After a short march of 6 or 7 miles made camp at 2 P. M. about 5 miles south of Carlisle.
Rejoined our division to-day.
Monday, June 29.--About 9 A. M. received orders to march back to Chambersbu'rg.
Great surprise expressed.
Marched 11 miles and camped 1 mile south of Stowstown.
Tuesday, June 30.--Column moved at 5 A. M. Passed through Shippensburg, to Greenvillage, where we took left road to Fayetteville.
Wednesday, July 1.--Column moved at 7 A. M. Passed through Fayetteville.
On top of mountain heard rapid cannonading.
Soon saw the smoke of the battle, and then