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ning of the 29th, were as follows: —
On Bull Run, two miles east of Jackson, were Sigel's corps, three divisions, and Milroy's independent brigade, together about 11,000 strong, and Reynolds's division of Pa. Reserves, about 8000, with 14 batteri were visible, nearly two miles away, deploying for the attack.
Sigel held the right, with three divisions, supported by Milroy's brigade.
Reynolds held the left.
The enemy's line was not parallel to Jackson's, their right being nearest to Jacksonrate line of battle and met its fire, the conflict was short and the Federals retreated, Gregg's brigade following them.
Milroy's brigade came to their help, but Thomas's brigade came to Gregg's, and the Federals were driven completely through the wy injudiciously withdrawn Reynolds's division from his extreme left and placed it in support of Porter's corps, although Milroy's corps, from among his masses in reserve, was equally available.
In vain, now, were Reynolds and all his other reenforc