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ld; but the juncture was considered so urgent by the President and General Lee, that no such leisure was granted him, and he departed at once, with two of his aids, leaving other members of his staff, including his adjutant, to effect such arrangements as were necessary. He left Richmond on the 1st of June, and reached Manassas the same night, under the following orders: Headquarters of the Virginia forces, Richmond, Virginia, May 31st, 1861. Special orders, no. 149. General P. G. T. Beauregard, of the Confederate States army, is assigned to the command of the troops on the Alexandria line. He is referred to the orders heretofore given to his predecessors in that command, for the general direction of operations. By order of Major-General Lee, R. S. Garnett, Adjt.-Gen. We copy below an extract from the orders alluded to, as given to General Beauregard's predecessors, and transferred, as we have seen, to himself: The policy of the State, at present, is st
Appendices to Vol. I. Appendix to Chapter I Engineer Department, Washington, Jan. 24th, 1861. Bvt. Major P. G. T. Beauregard, Corps of Engineers, West Point, N. Y.: Major,—The Secretary of War directs that Special Orders No. 238, of e 20th instant. I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, E. D. Townsend, Asst. Adj.-Genl. To Bvt. Major P. G. T. Beauregard, Captain Corps of Engineers, New Orleans, La. Telegram of L. P. Walker, Secretary of War, to Governor Pt servant, L. P. Walker, Sec. of War. War Department, C. S. A., Montgomery, March 1st, 1861. Brig.—Genl. P. G. T. Beauregard: Sir,—You will proceed without delay to Charleston, and report to Governor Pickens for military duty in thaedericksburg. II. General J. E. Johnston is assigned to the command of the Department of Northern Virginia; General P. G. T. Beauregard to the command of the Potomac Division; Major-General T. H. Holmes to the command of the Aquia District; and M<