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y, four thousand strong, was on the point of reaching Lenoir's Station, and that he should communicate with Brigadier-General Bradley Johnson, at Salisbury, or, if necessary, go to that point himself, and issue all orders required to meet the emergency. General Beauregard was already advised of the rumor, and had been in correspondence with General Bradley Johnson on the subject. As a provision against the danger threatening Lenoir, he had also telegraphed General S. D. Lee, at Chester, S. Cthe fact, through General Martin, at Asheville. Shortly afterwards General Johnston again telegraphed that Brigadier-General Bradley Johnson reported Stoneman's cavalry to be moving on the railroad, and desired that, for the present, troops should oops, at Salisbury, the information that he had two brigades with him, and another expected the next morning, as well as Johnson's battalion of artillery; with all of which he would begin to fortify at the bridge. He added that scouts were scarce,
awaits him there. interview between them on the 11th. President Davis's despatches of that day. General Beauregard's orders to Generals Lomax, Walker, and Bradley Johnson. President Davis summons General Johnston to Greensboroa. he Arrives on the 12th. conference between the President, his Cabinet, and the two Generals. Gens given him by General Lee, in his despatch of April 1st, already referred to, General Beauregard was now issuing direct orders to Generals Lomax, Walker, and Bradley Johnson. Five hundred men were accordingly sent to Salisbury on the 12th, and minute instructions forwarded to General Lomax as to the best mode of saving supplies ancept some raids of the Federal cavalry, at Salisbury and other minor points, in relation to which General Beauregard was yet issuing orders to Generals Lomax, Bradley Johnson, and Ferguson, nothing of importance occurred from the 14th to the day of the meeting of Generals Johnston and Sherman. The greater part of the Confederate
March 30th, 1865. Genl. G. T. Beauregard: Brigadier-General Bradley Johnson, at Salisbury, reports, on authority of Mr. Mneman's party, four thousand. Please communicate with General Johnson, and, if necessary, go to the point to direct measures Telegram. Releigh, N. C., March 30th, 1865. Brig.-Genl. Bradley Johnson, Salisbury, N. C.: Keep me informed here, anh 30th, 1865. Genl. S. D. Lee, Chester, S. C.: General Bradley Johnson reports from Salisbury enemy's raiders (about four thousand strong) at Lenoir. General Johnson will keep you advised of enemy's movements, and, if necessary, you will stop aMarch 31st, 1865. Genl. G. T. Beauregard: Brigadier-General Bradley Johnson reports that Stoneman, with cavalry, is movinwo brigades here; expect one more by morning, and I expect Johnson's battalion of artillery here by morning. I will begin to12th, 1865:1.35 P. M. Col. Otey: Order the troops B. Johnson, with five hundred men. sent to Salisbury to leave here