Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Beauregard” in chapter 88, section c.88.239, page 411 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
...e plan; but was he not sufficiently crushed to have permitted Johnston's troops, who had come in a few hours to Manassas, to return swiftly to their former position by the same conveyances, and, with Beauregard 's supplemental forces, to destroy Patterson and enter Maryland?
All that our army wanted—means of transportation, abundant subsistence, ammunition, and all sorts of equipment—would have...
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