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Alfred Roman, The military operations of General Beauregard in the war between the states, 1861 to 1865 28 0 Browse Search
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ere born to them, one of whom, Louis Toutant-Beauregard, was, in his turn, united to Miss Victoire Do sons, the younger of whom, Jacques Toutant-Beauregard, married, in 1808, Miss Helene Judith de Regphy forms the subject of this memoir. General Beauregard's maternal ancestry is even more illustrscarcely more than eight years of age, young Beauregard was sent to a primary school kept by Mr. V. easing. On that occasion he had taken young Beauregard to task, and was attempting to make a targetfull enjoyment of his practical jokes, young Beauregard, his patience being thoroughly exhausted, suident is still more peculiar, and relates to Beauregard's uncommon—perhaps uncontrollable—taste for nion. The appointed day had arrived. Young Beauregard, his mother, his elder brother, and the teac it, resounded through the cathedral. Young Beauregard stopped, hesitated, looked toward the familyn the expiration of the Mexican war, when Major Beauregard returned to his home in New Orleans, Gene[4 more...]<