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Generals Lee and Beauregard and their armies. We are inclined to believe that no city, with one hostile army on one side of it and another on the other — both wtrong may be their force — the citizens of Richmond feel assured that Lee and Beauregard, with the armies they command, are between them and harm, and that they will hat the most urgent emergency can demand. "Gen Lee knows all about it," or "Gen Beauregard will be sure to see that everything is done properly," or "I leave militaryy. Nobody believes that the enemy will ever enter Richmond as long as Lee and Beauregard, with such armies as they command, are interposed between them and Grant and s thus gratuitously bestowed upon them, none know better than the Yankees. Gen Beauregard has been so successful wherever he has commanded that he has been styled thops have even more confidence, if that be possible, in General Lee than in Gen. Beauregard, and the people have an abiding faith in the safety of any cause entrusted