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Warlike preparations around Manassas
Beauregard and other Generals
our position at Bull Run
advancssee, and Johnston in the Valley; Beauregard was alone at Manassas, having Evans, Ewell, Longstreet, and a few less known na Winchester and Strasburgh; and he himself had arrived at Manassas on Friday night, (the nineteenth,) while Jackson, with onand men. These prisoners did not wish to be sent far from Manassas, and for peculiar reasons.
Don't send us to Richmond, they said; our army will be in Manassas before Sunday, and therefore we wish to save trouble.
Lincoln and Scott both promise ake any thing in the world that the rebels would evacuate Manassas before morning!
He only wished he came across half-a-dozvy masses being sent round to turn our left, and get into Manassas by the flank.
When we were relieved at midnight, we comm,) and fled with his friends across Sudley's Ford towards Manassas — a distance of some seven or more miles.
Hearing that t