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raw his army, with all his baggage and munitions, and destroy all his works, while in sight of a superior forces of the enemy, does he not display transcendent military ability? This we all know, was done at Manassas. Gen. Jos. E. Johnston deserves all the praise we can bestow upon him, without being accused of treason. Again at Yorktown he withdrew his forces from before our best and favorite General, being compelled to meet us but once, at Williamsburg. At Pittsburg Landing if we had Beauregard on our side, we would have been Memphis to-day, and the whole Mississippi I have no fear of the result. I believe the "Union will be pretravel," but will not be so easy as we might be led to expect. * * * "He generous to a fallen foe," is my motto. * * *. I see by the papers that Col. David Campbell has been appointed Military Governor of Williamsburg, Va. He is looking up. But may be that will suit him better, as he will not get into action. Some of these Colonnia and Generals
s been generally supposed. This latter point, however, may be matter of mere conjecture, or may be purposely misrepresented by the people — Why the evacuation took place, whither the enemy has gone, what is to be the next movement of Gen. Bulleck--on these points we have no further light. Dispatch from Gen Halleck. Washington, Jane 2 --The following dispatch has been received at the War Department, in reply to an inquiry from General Meigs: Corinth, May 31. M. C. Meigs, Quartermaster General: If Beauregard has been at Richmond, others have forged his signature, as I have received letters from him about exchange of prisoners nearly every day for the last fortnight. The evacuation of Corinth commenced on Wednesday and was completed on Thursday night, but in great haste as an immense amount of property was destroyed and abandoned. No troops have gone from here to Richmond, unless within the last two days. [Signed] H. W. Halleck, Major General.