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ns, Alabamians, Mississippians, and Virginians, for the most part; the first two, singular enough, being in front, and that they will keep it, their friends at home may rest assured.
Never have I seen a finer body of men — men who were more obedient to discipline, or breathed a more self-sacrificing patriotism.
As might be expected from the skill with which he has chosen his position, and the system with which he encamps and moves his men, Gen. Beauregard is very popular here.
I doubt if Napoleon himself had more the undivided confidence of his army.
By nature, as also from a wise policy, he is very reticent.
Not an individual here knows his plans or a single move of a regiment before it is made, and then only the colonel and his men know where it goes to. There is not a man here who can give any thing like a satisfactory answer how many men he has, or where his exact lines are. for the distance of 14 miles around, you see tents everywhere, and from them you can make a rough estim