When I got back to Hagerstown, I endeavoured to make arrangements for a horse and buggy to drive through the lines.
Buford was at the same time sent to Williamsport and Hagerstown.
Sunday, September 15, we broke camp at daylight and marched out on the Hagerstown "pike."
On the 6th, along in the afternoon, we arrived in the vicinity of Hagerstown.
He began to concentrate his army around Hagerstown, Md., and prepare for a campaign in Pennsylvania.
General Kilpatrick had been attending to matters in Hagerstown.
On the 11th the boys marched out on the Hagerstown Pike, in the advance and camped.
The army will resume its march to-morrow, taking the Hagerstown road.
A number of farmers were noticed removing their household goods from our front, towards Hagerstown, by the road.
Our course was along a by-road in the direction of Hagerstown.