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the data can be received. G. B. Mcclellan, Major-General Commanding. General Richardson's letter. Camp at the Fair Oaks station, Va., five miles from Richmoant all fell; the balance of the regiment fell and broke. Yours truly, I. B. Richardson, Brig.-General Commanding Division. General McClellan to his army. s holding its own, and Birney is advancing up the railroad. Sedgwick's and Richardson's divisions had crossed the river, the men plunging through mud to their kneeng the night, a courier from Roger A. Pryor to Gen. Anderson, was captured by Richardson's pickets, with a note informing Anderson that Pryor's brigade was in line ofreak, but the pickets were not driven in until six o'clock. The enemy menaced Richardson's division, which was behind the railroad, to the left of Fair Oaks. They apth stood upon their own chosen positions. Between eight and nine o'clock, Gen. Richardson ordered Howard's brigade to the front. The volume of fire increased on bo