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hey were surprised. Gen. Breckinridge arrived at sundown, and a council of officers, consisting of Gens. Johnston, Beauregard, Bragg, and Breckinridge, was held. Gen. Johnston ordered the grand attack to be made on Saturday, the 5th. But at 12 we took a cup of coffee and started for the battle field, some four miles distant, being joined but Generals Bragg and Beauregard. By 7 o'clock it had cleared off, but as yet nothing was heard of Breckinridge's brigade which was composted of the Keis men was brief and characteristic; it was, "Look along your guns and fire low." At 1 o'clock, in company with Gen. Beauregard, he reviewed, the left wing, which was under command of Gen. Bragg. In the afternoon Gens. Polk and Hardee wered spent the night before without sleep, I did not wish to awaken him, and directed Gen. Hardee to Col. Jordan, chief of Beauregard's staff. The General had ordered his horse at five o'clock, April 6, Sunday morning. We all got off in fine spirits
utral" editor of the Louisville Courier. A dispatch from Cairo to a Western paper, dated April 24th says: A gentleman from the upper Tennessee who arrived this morning, brings intelligence of the complete and utter demoralization of Beauregard's army, after the battle of Shiloh. says many of the Tennessee regiments, after the battle, left the army in a body and are now scattered through the State, and express conviction that will be impossible again to reorganize them. Between Missrate army, and all circumstances indicated that the last desperate stand would be made at Corinth. An immense army and abundance of supplies were being gathered there. Gen. Prentiss had been taken to Richmond. Our informant estimates Beauregard's force one hundred to one hundred and thousand, and thinks he will fight desperately. Fort Pillow. The correspondent of the Missouri Democrat, writing from the Federal gunboat flotilla, above Fort Pillow, April 13, communicates the
ime of two of the Louisiana regiments that were enlisted for 12 months expired, but by the new conscript law they were required to serve two years longer. On being so informed, both regiments laid down their arms and refused to fight, when Beauregard detailed four regiments to guard them as prisoners. It was not known that Gen Habeck was in command here, but it was the general impression that Gen Buell was at the head, and that our army was retreating of Nashville. Col. J. C. Keltat, successful efforts, and the military portion of the work of restoring the Union will be practically concluded. These efforts will be made at Yorktown and Corinth, where the best Generals this country has ever produced — McClellan, Halleck, Beauregard, Johnston, and their subordinates — at the head of the largest and best equipped armies ever seen on this continent, will soon engage in the most sanguinary battles of this, and perhaps of any war. If the politicians will but leave our Generals
at dawn on the following day. If this be so, if, with all our armaments, surrounded as we are by the sea, and practiced as we are in the arts of war, we cannot secure our soil from, foreign aggression, is it in the least degree surprising that the confederate States should fall to prevent some divisions of an army numbering more than half a million of men from forcing a passage across a boundary line many thousands of miles in length? When we are told, then, that although in the North General Beauregard still keeps the Federal army in check on the Potomac, and though in the Fast, beyond some lodgments effected on the coast, of little or no strategic importance, no extraordinary successes have been achieved by the Federal arms, that in the West the Federal Generals have trampled down all opposition, we only receive intelligence which we have long anticipated. The border States of Kentucky and Tennessee, which a feather's weight alone in the balance rendered secessionist, have been rec