ticles in Vol.
I., pp. 40-83, on the operations in Charleston harbor in 1861.--editors. by G. T. Beauregard, General, C. S. A.
On the Union picket line — relieving pickets.
A Telegram from ,
It was to Bladon Springs, 75 miles north of Mobile, that, on the 17th of June, 1862, General Beauregard had gone from Tupelo for his health, on a certificate of his physicians, leaving General B the Western Department and of the army which had been withdrawn from Corinth before Halleck.
Beauregard having reported this action to the War Department, Bragg's assignment was made permanent by Mr. Davis on the 20th of June.
On the 25th of August General Beauregard officially reported for duty in the field.--editors. and contained the information that, by special orders issued August 29th, I and report, which is given, in extenso, in the second volume of the Military operations of General Beauregard (Harper & Brothers: pp. 102 et seq.) It only remains, therefore, to comment briefly upon c