Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel Roman” in chapter 62, section c.62.211, page 263 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
...s—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 , through many pages, labors to prove that Johnston had nothing to do with the battle of Manassas except to act as a dead weight upon Beauregard.
A similar tone pervades the whole book.
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