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n of the battle. Respectfully, J. C. Fremont, Major-General Commanding. Report of Brig.-General Tyler. headquarters Third brigade, near Luray, Va., June 12, 1862. Gen. James Shields, Comng my warmest thanks. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, E. B. Tyler, Brigadier-General. Letter from Colonel Dunning. camp near Luray, June 11. The Foof the Eighth Ohio regiment, was repulsed on Sunday, the eighth, when the Third brigade, under Gen. Tyler, was ordered to support him. We met some of the men of the Fourth brigade five miles from the fensible position, some two and a half miles distant from the town. Here he was reinforced by Gen. Tyler's brigade, numbering about two thousand. Col. Carroll, appreciating the superior position of t knowledge than any one else. In this report of the engagement, as published in the papers, General Tyler says, among other like compliments: Col. Carroll distinguished himself by his coolness and d