C. S. A. ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA LONGSTREET'S CORPS HOOD'S DIVISION LAWS BRIGADE 4th 15th 44th 47th 48th Alabama Infantry
July 2. Left New Guilford 25 miles distant at 3 A. M. Arrived and formed line 50 yards west of this about 4 P. M. and advanced against the Union positions. The 4th 15th and 47th Regiments attacked Little Round Top and continued the assault until dark. The 44th and 48th assisted in capturing Devil's Den and 3 guns of the 4th New York Battery.
July 3. Occupied the breastworks on west slope of Round Top. The 4th and 15th Regiments assisted at 5 P. M. in repulsing cavalry led by Brig. Gen. E. J. Farnsworth in Plum Run Valley.
July 5. About 5 A. M. began the march to Hagerstown Md.
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