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ards Kearney's—division of the Third Corps (Heintzelman's), which embarked for Fortress Monroe on tout a reasonable promise of success.
General Heintzelman, in his evidence before the Committee onion:
Question. In your opinion could Heintzelman have captured Yorktown by a rapid movement were in the possession of my division, and Heintzelman's corps subsequently moved out and occupiedMay, Sumner uniting his corps with those of Heintzelman and Keyes, and taking the enemy's position rk River Railroad.
Of the two divisions of Heintzelman's corps, that of Kearney was on the Williamg he was being hard pushed, had sent to General Heintzelman, who commanded the whole left wing of tithout delay, and proceed to the support of Heintzelman, no time was lost.
For the passage of thener shifted his force on to Savage Station, Heintzelman fell back entirely and crossed White Oak Swto oppose; and Sumner, who was not aware of Heintzelman's retirement, was surprised to find the ene