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ugh Thorough fare Gap; and instructing Reno, with his command, and Kearney, with one division of Heintzelman's, to march on Greenwich, so as directing his retreat through Centreville, as McDowell, Reno, and Kearney, had made the road through Gainesville impracticable. I immediateward to Manassas, and thence to Centreville, which was occupied by Kearney that night only a few hours after the enemy had left it. Reno had at hand with his corps, but did not join the action. I instructed Kearney to move forward at early day-dawn towards Gainesville. closely fon, but was met by Hooker at that place, and by Reno, reinforced by Kearney, further west. The battle was very severe, though short, the enemn we lost two of our most valuable and distinguished officers, Generals Kearney and Stevens. By moving the whole of my command was massed energy, are Gens. McDowell, Banks, Reno, Heintzelman, Hooker, and Kearney, and many others of inferior rank, whom I shall take great pleasur