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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], Plan for the improvement of the Currency. (search)
Gen. Beauregard and Charleston. Gen. Beauregard has entitled himself to the gratitude and admiration of the country by his magnificent defence of Charleston. Under his auspices it has withstood triumphantly such a combination of naval and milGen. Beauregard has entitled himself to the gratitude and admiration of the country by his magnificent defence of Charleston. Under his auspices it has withstood triumphantly such a combination of naval and military engineering as was never before brought to bear upon any fortified place.--The defence of Charleston stands without a parallel. The boasted skill of the best engineer in the United States army, the terrific armaments with which his fortificat upon the baffled malice of these fiends in the shape of men. Good reasons have these wretches to hate the name of Beauregard! He has been their evil genius from first to last. The Swamp Angel has had to succumb to the Guardian Angel of Charle the battlements of Heaven to his proper place From the time the first gun was fired at Fort Sumter to the present hour Beauregard has inflicted such mortal blows upon Yankee pride and vanity that they can never forgive him till the crack of doom. F