Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Beauregard” in chapter 1.54, section c.1.54.61, page 224 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...as on their hands.
But they were being fearfully depleted meanwhile.
Beginning the combat with not more than 20,000 men exclusive of cavalry, less than 15,000 were now in the Confederate ranks.
General Beauregard , seeing the unprofitable nature of the struggle, determined not to prolong it.
Directing his adjutant-general to select a position and post such troops as were available to cover the retreat, he ...
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