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mention individual instances of bravery and daring on the part of non-commissioned officers and privates, but this would be invidious where all behaved so well.
In conclusion, General, I can only say I am gratified to know we have done our duty as we were pledged to do.
With great respect, I am, General,
Your obedient servant, J. B. Walton, Major Commanding. To Brigadier General G. T. Beauregard, Commanding Division C. S. A.
Southern account of the battle, with notes by Brig.-Gen. Wm. F. Barry, U. S. A.
Manassas Junction, July 22d.
By Divine favor we are again victorious.
To God be the glory.
The armies of the North and South yesterday faced each other — the former not less than 50,000 men,
This is an error — the Federal force amounted to only 33,000, including reserves.
Gen. McDowell's Report states 18,000 only were engaged.
W. F. B. the latter not exceeding 30,000--and wrestled together for six long hours, with that desperate courage which Americans only