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ston. wisdom of General Beauregard's plan Vindicated.> The enemy effected the crossing of Broad River during the night of the 16th of February. With our small force of infantry and a few light b65:9.30 P. M. General R. E. Lee, Richmond, Va.: Enemy having forced crossing of Saluda and Broad rivers above Columbia, city had to be evacuated this morning. My forces are now retiring on this pl designated point in time, and as the 14th Corps (Federal) had already crossed to the east of Broad River, it being probable that the 20th would cross on the next day, at Alston, General Beauregard wil, to Greensboroa. This movement will require some days, owing to the difficulties of crossing Broad and Wateree rivers. The enemy has advanced to-day to near Winnsboroa, in force, and is still moving along the railroad, keeping between this place and Broad River, thus cutting off Cheatham and Stewart. G. T. Beauregard. This was before the enemy had decided to move eastward. General McL
1. Raleigh, N. C., March 27th, 1865. Colonel Alfd. Roman, A. A. G., etc., Augusta, Ga.: Send unarmed troops as rapidly as possible, properly organized. Subsistence will be collected, as soon as practicable, at Newberry or Alston, on Broad River. Thence troops must march to Blackstocks or Winnsboroa. Major McCrady, at Charlotte, will keep you advised of condition of Charlotte Railroad and of bridge at Alston. G. T. Beauregard. 2 Raleigh, N. C., March 27th, 1865. General Jos. Eld be taken forthwith. G. T. Beauregard. 8. Raleigh, N. C., March 29th, 1865. Lieut.-General S. D. Lee, Chester, S. C.: Send wagon-train by most direct route (dirt road) to Raleigh. Send your artillery to Yorkville, or best point on Broad River, for supplying men and animals. Report point selected. G. T. Beauregard. On the 30th, General Johnston, by telegram from Smithfield, informed General Beauregard that a raid, reported to be Stoneman's party, four thousand strong, was on the
should the railroad be taken. I judge that the force west of Broad River should serve for the flank defence of Savannah. I am informed t Foot Point of the enemy's fleet in the waters of Port Royal and Broad River having reported, on the afternoon of the 14th of January, that seral Stevenson that, in view of the danger of the enemy crossing Broad River above Wheeler's right, it is deemed best that Stevenson and his my advance northward from his present positions, extending along Broad River, from Columbia towards Alston. It is not yet known how near he e 17th on the railroad; and the other two, I suppose, across the Broad River. The country between the two corps here is rough and inaccessiblow down, or to move towards Camden. Scouts report them leaving Broad River and moving east. Wade Hampton, Lieut.-Genl. Memoranda. Genl. Beauregard: I have crossed nearly all my infantry over Broad River. Will get all wagons with me across to-morrow. Will send one d