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to the two following letters—the first, an official one, from the Secretary of War, and the other from General Lee —which show conclusively to whom the honors of the victory of Manassas were accorded. C. S. A. War Department, Richmond, July 24th, 1861. My dear General,—Accept my congratulations for the glorious and most brilliant victory achieved by you. The country will bless you and honor you for it, Believe me, dear general, truly your friend, L. P. Walker. General G. T. Beauregard. Richmond, July 24th, 1861. My dear General,—I cannot express the joy I feel, at the beautiful victory of the 21st. The skill, courage, and endurance displayed by yourself excite my highest admiration. You and your troops have the gratitude of the whole country, and I offer to all my heartfelt congratulations at their success. The glorious dead are at peace. I grieve for their loss, and sympathize with the living. May your subsequent course be attended with like success. R