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science skill and consummate generalship displayed by them on that memorable day is not alone confined to the South. Even the Northern journalists — at least so far as we have observed, and we have read many of their statements — in their frenzy of disappointment and rage at the result of the great battle, cannot withhold heir meed of praise of the superior generalship of Beauregard and Johnston; indeed, the leading excuse of these writers for the defeat that befall the Northern army on the 21st is the superiority of the Southern over the Northern Generals. In reference to Beauregard and Johnston, whose abilities as military commanders the North as acknowledged, and whose valor and prowess caused them a defeat which they will never forget we present the subjoined article from the Memphis Avalanche: Gen.Beauregard combines the exactitude of science with the impetuosity of the hero — the calm judgment and skill of the consummate strategist, with the headlong valor of the warr<