nly there as lookers — on in Vienna.
Brig. General Tyler's column, consisting of four brigades, eeded to Germantown, where the division of General Tyler was halted.
It was the purpose and desirer the last three weeks the Headquarters of General Tyler.
Striking the road from Georgetown to Fai County, acts as guide to the division.
General Tyler's staff will spend the night at the house llage one mile west of Fairfax Court House. Gen. Tyler's orders are to take such a position as to cknown to me for several days, namely, that General Tyler's First, and Colonel Hunter's Second, Colohe First division of the grand army, under General Tyler, from Vienna to this point, although more rebel.
The prisoners were brought before General Tyler, to whom they gave free information as to to getting in the rear of the enemy, while General Tyler ordered General Schenck's brigade to form llage and its immediate neighborhood, though Col. Tyler's Division holds position about half way bet