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Beauregard's sagacity. --A Richmond correspondent of the New Orleans Crescent relates the following singular instance of the sagacity of the brave Beauregard: As for Columbus, I repeat my confidence in the genius of Beauregard. If the place can be held by human pluck and skill, he will hold it. To show his military inBeauregard. If the place can be held by human pluck and skill, he will hold it. To show his military intuition, I will tell you a fact which came to me lately from the Chief of his Staff. Do you remember a story in the Yankee papers about an interview between McClellan, Lincoln, and a third person, whose name was not given?--McClellan told Abraham of the trap he had laid to catch our forces at Mason's and Munson's hills, and said
dvance upon Munson's hill began, rockets were thrown up by the various divisions to notify each other that they were in motion.
Of course this was at night.
Gen. Beauregard, seeing the rockets, suspected something was in the wind.
He, therefore, caused his Chief of Ordnance, Col. Alexander, to be waked up, and told him that, whi