Men rushed in like tigers after Reynolds's death, and swept every thing before them.
r own line of march.
The First corps, Major-General Reynolds, had the advance; next came the unfortthe town to the music of the fire above.
General Reynolds's corps consists of three divisions — Wad less magnitude, was evidently imminent.
General Reynolds rode forward to select a position for a ling that place, on the first day of July, General Reynolds found Buford's cavalry warmly engaged witt gallant manner by Buford's cavalry.
Major-General Reynolds immediately moved around the town of Gter making his dispositions for attack, Major-Gen. Reynolds fell mortally wounded, the command of tver memorable.
The First corps, under Major-General Reynolds, and the Eleventh, under Major-Generalthe rear, which they held during the day. General Reynolds now rode forward to inspect the field andon the group of officers; a bullet struck General Reynolds in the neck, wounding him mortally.