nts Ohio Volunteers; 2d Regiment New York Volunteers; Company E, 2d Artillery, (Light Battery.)
Third Brigade.--Col. Wm. T. Sherman, 13th Infantry, commanding. 69th & 79th Regiments New York Militia; 13th Regiment New York Volunteers; 2d Regiments lookers — on in Vienna.
Brig. General Tyler's column, consisting of four brigades, under command of Colonels Keyes, Sherman, and Richardson, led the van, and on approaching Fairfax, the artillery fired a cannon, which unluckily served to notifys, stacked their arms, partook of their cold supper, and then prepared for their night's rest.
At about eight o'clock Col. Sherman's and Col. Richardson's brigades came in, and at this hour of writing--nine P. M.--the whole division is encamped abouenck's brigade to form in battle array in the fields, to the left of the road.
The Third and Fourth brigades, under Colonel Sherman and Colonel Richardson, formed on the road.
But the rebels abandoned their position as soon as General Schenck's co