Description of the field of Manassas, or Bull Run
Beauregard and McDowell of the same West poirved in faithful duty as my aide-de-camp from Bull Run to Appomattox Court-House.
At New Orleansard had previously settled upon the stream of Bull Run as his defensive-aggressive line, and assigneundings and avenues of approach and retreat.
Bull Run rises from the foot-hills of the Blue Ridge aandria.
The swell of the tide-waters up to Union Mills gives it the depth and volume of water of aive thousand men.
Beauregard stood behind Bull Run with seven brigades, including Holmes, who joty thousand four hundred.
The line behind Bull Run was the best between Washington and the Rapidagainst him, as he approached his crossing of Bull Run, when the brigades along the Run on his rightke bears off a little south of west, crossing Bull Run at Stone Bridge (four miles）. The Manassas Juhts of Centreville, overlooking the valley of Bull Run, with a squadron of cavalry and two companies