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ost of what occurred with the division under Gen. Tyler, which opened the attack, which was, with thwere apparent from the advanced positions of Gen. Tyler's action, and of these it will be possible fof artillery and one brigade — the fourth of Gen. Tyler's division — at the scene of the skirmish ofthe real attack elsewhere.
The remainder of Gen. Tyler's division, his 1st, 2d, and 3d brigades, wi in flank and rear, and driving them towards Gen. Tyler, by whom their regular retreat should be cutmarch was continued until, at 5 1/2 o'clock, Gen. Tyler's division had reached the place of its attahich they had first arrayed themselves against Tyler's division, excepting one fortified elevation shed may be understood when it is known that Gen. Tyler and Gen. McDowell had actually met. Many who and Col. Hunter fled by the road over which Gen. Tyler had advanced.
In the race from a fancied daas not even an attempt to cover the retreat of Tyler's division.
With Heintzelman's it was better: