Generals at the forefront.
It was no uncommon thing, therefore, to find our highest generals in the very forefront of the battle.
At First Manassas Generals Beauregard and Johnston, at the crisis of the battle, both led their men, battle-flag in hand.
Albert Sydney Johnston, whom President Davis always regarded as the ablfound in the main accurate and complete.
List of surviving Confederate Generals and their present residence.
Joseph E. Johnston, Washington, D. C.
Gustave P. T. Beauregard, New Orleans.
General with temporary rank.
Edmund Kirby Smith, Sewanee, Tenn.
Stephen D. Lee, Starkeville, Miss.
Though over eighty years old he is remarkably vigorous, is one of the finest conversationalists we have ever known, and is a very fine writer.
General Beauregard has lived in New Orleans ever since the war, and was for some time Adjutant-General of the State.
He is very popular among his people, and has occupied var