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BALTIMORE, June 22, 1863-1. 20 a. m.

Major-General COUCH, Harrisburg, Pa.:

Please keep me constantly advised of rebel cavalry movements. I have no scouts near South Mountain now. Name some in your dispatches.

ROBT. C. SCHENCK,

Major-General.

Harrisburg, PA., June 22, 1863.

Major-General SCHENCK, Baltimore:

Nothing new this morning. Will keep you informed. Major Haller is my aide at Gettysburg.

D. N. COUCH,

Major-General.

Harrisburg, [June] 22, 1863-19 a. m.

General SCHENCK, Baltimore:

Your dispatch about arresting Milroy is received. He cannot be relieved at this moment.

D. N. COUCH,

Major-General.

Baltimore, June 22, 1863-11. 25 a. m.

Major-General COUCH, Harrisburg, Pa.:

Among Milroy's met at Bedford and Bloody Run are 30 or more belonging to Alexander's Baltimore battery. Please order them immediately to Baltimore, where the rest of the company is now assembled, reorganized, and to be supplied with another battery. Those now with Milroy are in no way armed.

ROBT. C. SCHENCK,

Major-General.

Baltimore, June 22, 1863. First Lieutenant

JOHN W. BERKS, Co. C, 13th Pa. Cav., 511 North 8th St., Philadelphia, Pa.:

Perhaps, like some others, you did not wait to see if your regiment was cut to pieces. Report in person immediately to your commanding officer at Bloody Run, near Bedford, Pa.

ROBT. C. SCHENCK,

Major-General, Commanding.

Harrisburg, June 22, 1863-5. 30 p. m.

(Received 7. 15 p. m.)

Honorable SECRETARY OF WAR:

Rodes' division of infantry are reported as entering Greencastle at 12. 30 p. m. this day. Their cavalry advancing upon Chambersburg.

D. N. COUCH,

Major-General.