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* * R. Patterson. At this very moment, Patterson knew that he had, by his flank march to Charme being fearful. McDowell, with the aid of Patterson's division of 20,000 men, had nearly outflan Johnston had escaped through the hands of Gen. Patterson and had joined Gen. Beauregard on Friday eand suggested the propriety of waiting until Patterson's corps could come up and reinforce the armyThe flagrant disobedience and defection of Gen. Patterson, Pollard, in his Southern History, blan was necessary for Gen. Johnston to defeat Gen. Patterson, or to elude him. The latter course was tht, of courage, common sense, and loyalty. Patterson was a Breckinridge Democrat of the extreme p the Union should be everywhere displayed, Gen. Patterson's was one of the mansions at which this pull, at Fairfax and Centerville30,000 Under Patterson, on the Shenandoah22,000 Under Mansfield, iThey evidently had no more apprehension that Patterson would obstruct or countervail the march of J[1 more...]