silence of Mr. Davis's book about it.
General Beauregard ordered to Richmond.
regrets of Carolino their previous condition.
Meanwhile General Beauregard went on with the organization and discip
Montgomery, April 13th, 1861. To General G. T. Beauregard:
Thanks for your achievement and
Montgomery, April 13th, 1861. To General Beauregard:
Accept my congratulations.
You havtendered the following vote of thanks to General Beauregard and the troops under him:
No. 103.—A resolution of thanks to Brigadier-General G. T. Beauregard and the army under his command for theirrmed the pleasant duty assigned him; and General Beauregard, then in another field of action, gratef
Yours very truly, C. K. Prioleau. General G. T. Beauregard.
We ask the reader to pause heret mission.
He confidentially informed General Beauregard that he was empowered to purchase ten the had been instructed to buy.
Why, said General Beauregard, I could have ordered them at once throu