--The Wilmington Journal thus describes General Beauregard
and Jefferson Davis
: ‘"Gen. Beauregard
has not a single Anglo-Saxon
feature in his face.
The whole tone of his countenance and attitude would lead any one to expect him to speak in some of the languages of Continental Europe
It is a French face, but of the style of Cavaignac
It is of the solid type of Frenchmen.
looks young for his age, which is well over fifty.
He might be a preacher, for any fire eating expression about him. But for the square and straightly opened eyes, and habitually closed mouth, firm as iron, no one would suspect Mr. Davis
of being the civil and military leader of a great movement."’