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ng intellect — an intellect as fertile in resources as his will is swift to execute what his judgment has determined. We have no more formidable enemy. The appointment just announced in the Richmond papers of so conspicuous an officer as Gen Beauregard to the command of the Department of South Carolina and Georgia indicates, we may remark, the presence in that department of no inconsiderable force, and may either prognosticate a serious attempt to eject as from our positions at Hilton Head r positions at Hilton Head and Beaufort, or show that the rebels anticipate a vigorous effort at the reduction of Charleston and Savannah. It sets at rest, also, the foolish stories which have been current of Gen. Beauregard's withdrawal from the Southern services. The truth in regard to him we believe to be that he has simply been at the Springs in Alabama recruiting his strength, impaired by that memorable Western campaign in which Gen. Halleck did not capture him, nor destroy his army.
Jura. It adds: He has important dispatches for the Confederate Commissioners, Messrs, Mason and Slidell. Mr. Sanders says Generals Joseph E. Johnston and Beauregard had so far recovered as to be able to resume active duty; that the Confederate at my in Virginia, east of Petersburg, under command of Generals Lee, Johnston, Line condition, arching upon the enemy and anxious to meet and give them battle on any fair field; that no one in or out of the army doubted the result; that Generals Beauregard, Bragg, Price and Kirby Smith were at the head of 150,000 infantry and artillery and 12,000 cavalry, in supporting distance of each other in North Alabama, eft Abingdon, Virginia, with his division, entering Northeastern Kentucky for the Blue Glass Region, expecting to form a junction with General Kirby Smith, from Beauregard and Bragg's army; that Major General Holmes, at the head of thirty thousand man from Texas, Northwest Louisiana and Arkansas, had pasted Fort Smith, and would s