(Written in pencil on a small piece of paper. No date: June 30?)


Genl Reynolds


The main force Anderson’s division encamped last night 9 miles NW of Gettysburg on Chambersburg pike - At base of S. Mountain 1 mile beyond Cashtown – One regiment of infty came near Gettysburg at 11 A.M. and retired as I advanced. The main force is believed to be marching north of Gettysburg through Mumasburg, Hunterstown, Hampton + towards Berlin and York – I will send parties out on roads towards the supposed position of the enemy -


Gettysburg 11:30 AM

[in a different hand:] Recd 3:10 PM


[On Reverse] Rec’d + Forwd

Genl Reynolds

Comg 1s Army Corps





Gen Reynolds

Yours has been [?]+ been received – Nothing has been learned of Col Alexanders Command and I have pushed the pickets, or rather the rear guard of the Rebs 6 miles towards Cashtown. I am satisfied that the force that here this morning was the same that I found at Fairfield. I have pushed parties on all the approaches to town – Have heard nothing more than what I have already sent – I can do nothing more at present, or will be on foot – everything is

I am very respectfully

[On reverse] June 30 4 pm Rec’d + forwd



Genl Reynolds

/comd 1st Corps