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This man was General Beauregard, and the region of country under his conhe Shenandoah.
The former highway connected Beauregard with the forces on the Peninsula and at Riched by General Scott that, if Johnston joined Beauregard, he should have Patterson on his heels.
Fto wit, preventing Johnston from reenforcing Beauregard, was to adopt the former course—namely, to ar of General McDowell's move was revealed to Beauregard by an affair which the silly ambition of a dcamp.
General Johnston in person had joined Beauregard during the night of the 20th (his troops, holl the Confederate forces.
Nevertheless, as Beauregard knew his ground, the plans he had formed werlater, other dispositions had to be made.
Beauregard: Report of the Battle of Manassas.
Beaurs' brigade of Tyler's division on the left.
Beauregard reformed his forces on the plateau beyond.
General Jordan, chief of staff to Beauregard, informs me that while conducting President