Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Beauregard” in chapter 62, section c.62.211, page 263 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
...ere is no proper room to doubt.
He was second in command under Johnston, who adopted his plans until McDowell's advance checkmated them, when each in his sphere did his best to secure success— Beauregard as commander of the troops engaged, and Johnston as commander-in-chief.
After the battle Johnston was strongly opposed to advancing, and so, too, was Beauregard for a time.
But Colonel Roman, thr...
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