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Gen. Beauregard. The arrival of the hero of Charleston in our city has sent a thrill of delight through the community. His name is a tower of strength to his friends and of terror to his enemies. The Northern press have been endeavoring to persuade themselves that he is dead. But he is alive and in full vigor. We have now in Virginia, Davis, Lee, Beauregard, Johnston, Huger, Magruder, and others, the most brilliant soldiers on the American continent.
The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Using unlawful weapons. --Mathew Eagan, an old frequenter of the Mayor's Court, was brought up again yesterday, and held to ball in the sum $150 for striking Morris Lee with a bar of iron, and habitually going armed.--He gave the bail.