nded by Gen. Tyler, consisted of the First and Second Brigades of the Tyler Division, embracing the First and Second Ohio, and Second New York regiments, under Gen. Schenck, and the Sixty-ninth, Seventy-ninth, and Thirteenth New York, and Second Wisconsin, under Col. Sherman.
Carlisle's, Rickett's, and Ayres's battery, accompanieht and left the front unfold.
The ancient order for the disposition of advance ranks is still in military usage; for the second and third Tyler brigades under Schenck, were at once formed in line of battle, in the woods on either side — the First Ohio, Second Wisconsin, Seventy-ninth, Thirteenth, and Six.
ty-ninth New York regection a voice was heard, exclaiming, Now, you Yankee devils, we've got you where we want you!
and several heavy guns were opened upon them with such effect that Schenck finally ordered them to retire, which they did in perfect order.
The boys came out indignant at the practices of the rebels, and swearing they would rather fight