The corps d'armee of Heintzelman and Keyes had first moved forward, the divisions of Hooker andenemy's works there was a narrow wood, Gens. Sumner, Keyes, and Heintzelman were in frequent consultation.
Theactive duties of the day were, however, performed by Keyes and Heintzelman, who were indefatigable, and by theie.
Now, also, our own reserves were coming up. Gen. Keyes had, in person, driven back a mile or two and urgg from his horse — held a brief consultation with Gen. Keyes, and approving his course, and especially his ordflanking the rebel forces on their left, a result Gen. Keyes had been hoping for since noon, and which he thoural, and the reinforcements, advanced by order of Gen. Keyes, soon reached the fortifications, placing the holious way, all they could of the rebel movements.
Gen. Keyes had frequent interviews with them, and it was by liant charge, which turned the day in our favor.
Gen. Keyes remarked that he had never been deceived by the c