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appoint two additional inspectors-general of the United States army, to have the same rank and receive the same pay and allowances as are now provided by law for inspectors-general. The amendment was agreed to, and passed as amended. The Senate, on motion, of Mr. Wilson, concurred in the amendment; and the President approved the act on the sixth of August, 1861. No. X.--The Bill making an Appropriation to deliver Arms to Loyal Citizens of Rebel States. In the Senate, on the twentieth of July, 1861, Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, introduced a bill making an appropriation to pay the expenses of transporting and delivering arms and munitions of war to the loyal citizens of the States of which the inhabitants then or thereafter might be in rebellion against the Government of the United States, and to provide for the expense of organizing them into companies, battalions, regiments, or otherwise, for their own protection against domestic violence, insurrection, invasion, or rebellion.
Doc. 14.-Beauregard's plan of attack at the battle of Manassas. headquarters army of the Potomac, July 20, 1861. Special Order No. The following order is published for the information of division and brigade commanders: First division. 1st. Brigadier-General Ewell's brigade will march via Union Mills Ford, and place itself in position of attack upon the enemy. It will be held in readiness either to support the attack upon Centreville, or to move in the direction of Sauxter's Cwill move upon the plains between Mitchell's Ford and the Stone Bridge, and together with the Fourth and Fifth divisions will be under the immediate direction of Brigadier-General Beauregard. By command of General Beauregard. Thomas Jordan, A. A. Adjutant-General. headquarters army of the Potomac, July 20, 1861. Special Orders No. The plan of attack given by Brigadier-General Beauregard, in the above order, is approved, and will be executed accordingly. J. E. Johnston, General C. S. A.
Doc. 50.-the battle of Manassas. General Beauregard's order before the battle. headquarters army of the Potomac, July 20, 1861. Special Order, No.--. The following order is published for the information of division and brigade commanders: First.--Brigadier-General Ewell's brigade will march via Union Mills Ford, and place itself in position of attack upon the enemy. It will be held in readiness either to support the attack upon Centreville, or to move in the direction of Sangster's Cross-roads, according to circumstances. The order to advance will be given by the Commander-in-Chief. Second.--Brigadier-General Jones' brigade, supported by Colonel Early's brigade, will march via McLean's Ford, to place itself in position of attack on the enemy, on or about the Union Mills and Centreville roads. It will be held in readiness either to support the attack on Centreville or to move in the direction of Fairfax Station, according to circumstances, with its right flank t