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The Daily Dispatch: July 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]fight at Bull's Run.our army Victorious.Beauregard commands in persona Triple Repulse.casualties, &c. Manassas, July 18, 1861. --Gen. Beauregard achieved a great victory to-day. At daybreak this morning the enemy appeared in full force it Bulls Run and attempted to cross. The scene of the battle was three mile Northwest of Manassas Junction. Beauregard commanded in person. The height of the battle was at four o'clock this afternoon, and the battle seated at five the enemy were repulsed three times will considerable loss, and retreated in great confusion. William Sanchter, of the Alexandria Riflemen, was killed. One Federal officer of high rank was killed and his horse taken. Sever hundred dollars in gold was found on his person. Capt. Dalany of the 11th Virginia Regiment was wounded in the arm. A shot passed through the kitchen of the house where Beauregard was at dinner. The enemy is supposed to