I recall that this is mostly maneuvering, though, and not actual step-by-step combat.
Yes, you're right. That's not an "actual step-by-step combat". Yet, I consider half of it is about attack. There're 8 paragraphs. The last 4 give a very brief introduction on the concepts of "attack threat", "feint", "leading unit", combat resolution and retreat losses.
I just hope that the example might give some insights, in whatever sense.
I'm sorry if I've posted some useless stuff.