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The Northerns were the invaders — the Southerns were prepared to meet them.
Jefferson Davis is himself a soldier, and commanded in person.--General Beauregard is said to be one of the cleverest captains of the age, and Gen. Johnston, whose timely approach, like Brucher at Waterloo, decided the fortunes of the day,d over by the retreating native Americans.
Several were taken prisoners, and it is to be hoped many of the missing Sixty-ninth are amongst them.
Soldiers like Beauregard will treat them as brave men ought to be treated.
To the Northerns the battle at Bull Run has not only been a defeat, but a disaster and a disgrace.--To Irishmn whose opinions are entitled to great respect, say that, even with the ordinary dependence on raw troops, they would desire nothing better than for Johnston or Beauregard to attempt that part of the Confederate programme which contemplates an advance towards Washington.
Many absurd stories are, from time to time, prop gated