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fallen back from Savage's Station, and was crossing White Oak Swamp. At 4 P. M., Magruder attacked in full force; and, though Gen. Heintzelman, under a misapprehension of orders, had posted his corps so far in the rear as to leave a gap of three-fourths of a mile between Sumner and Franklin, Magruder's attack was gallantly repelled by Gen. Burns's brigade, supported by those of Brooks and Hancock, reeinforced by two lines of reserves, and finally by the 69th New York ; Hazzard's, Pettit's, Osborn's, and Bramhall's batteries playing a most effective part in this struggle. By 9 P. M., the enemy had recoiled, without having gained the least advantage; and our soldiers fell back, by order, upon White Oak Swamp: Gen. French's brigade, forming our rear-guard, being in motion by midnight; crossing and destroying White Oak Swamp Bridge at 5 A. M. next morning. June 30. Jackson, who had been delayed by the necessity of rebuilding the Grapevine Bridge over the Chickahominy, reached Sav