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Page 7 Chapter XXXIX. THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN.

July 17, 1863. - Skirmish near North Mountain Station, W. Va. Skirmish at Snicker's Gap. Va.

18-19, 1863. - Skirmishes at and near Hedgesville and Martinsburg, W. Va.

20, 1863. - Skirmish near Berry's Ferry, Va. Skirmish at Ashby's Gap, Va.

21-22, 1863. - Skirmishes at Manassas Gap., Va. Skirmishes at Chester Gap. Va.

23, 1863. - Action at Wapping Heights, Manassas, Gap, Va. Skirmish near Gaines' Cross-Roads, Va. Skirmish near Snicker's Gap. Va. Skirmish near Chester Gap. Va.

24, 1863. - Skirmish at Battle Mountain, near Newby's Cross-Roads, Va.

25, 1863 . - Skirmish at Barbee's Cross-roads, Va.

31-Aug. 1, 1863 . - Skirmishes at Kelly's Ford, va.

Aug. 1, 1863 . - Action at Brandy Station, Va.

JUNE 3-AUGUST 1, 1863. -The Gettysburg Campaign.

REPORTS -Continued .

THE MIDDLE DEPARTMENT. *


No. 379. - Colonel William F. Raynolds, Additional Aide -de Camp, U. S. Army, Chief Engineer Eight Army Corps, etc., operations June 15-27.


No. 380. -Brig. General Daniel Tyler, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, Eight Army Corps, etc ., of operations June 15-26.


No. 381. -Colonel Benjamin F. Smith, One hundred and twenty -sixth Ohio Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of attack upon Martinsburg. No. 382. Colonel Edward C. James, One hundred and sixth New York Infantry, of operations June 13-15.


No. 383. - Major General Robert H. Milroy, U. S. Army commanding Second Division, of operations June 1-15.


No. 384. - Return of Casualties in the Union Forces at Winchester, June 13-15 .


No. 385. -Capt . Frederick A. Palmer, Eighteenth Connecticut Infantry, Aide -De Camp, of operations June 12-15.

Numbers 386 . - Brigadier General Washington L. Elliot, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, Second Division, of operations june 13-15. No.

387. - Colonel J. Warren Keifer, One hundred and tenth Ohio Infantry, of operations June 13-15.


No. 388. Colonel James Washburn, One hundred and sixteenth Ohio Infantry, of operations June 13-15.


No. 389. - Colonel William H. Ball, One hundred and twenty =second Ohio Infantry, of operations June 13-15.

No. 390 . -Major Darius Titus, Twelfth Pennsylvania Cavalry, of operations June 13-15 .


Numbers 391. - Major Michael Kerwin, Thirteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, of operations June 13-15.


No. 392. -Lieutenant Jonathan B. Hanson, First Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, of operations June 13-15.


No. 393. -Lieutenant Edmund D. Spooner, Battery L, Fifth U, S. Artillery, of operations June 13-15.


No. 394. -Captain John Carlin, Battery D, First West Virginia Light Artillery, of operations June 13-15.

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*See also Major -General Schenck's correspondence and orders, Part III.

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