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ree miles distant, actively manœnvering, and in imposing numbers.
He also believed large reinforcements had reached Gen. Beauregard at Manassas Junction, among which was a strong force from Gen. Johnston.
There seems no doubt here — I have it f be filled by Gen. Dix.
It is alleged Gen. Patterson moved too slowly, allowing Gen. Johnston to retreat and reinforce Beauregard at Manassas, which seriously interferes with the programme of Gen. Scott.
I have it also, but cannot vouch for the tru mystery.
It is almost painful to behold the anxiety in this metropolis to hear from the seat of war. The rumor of Beauregard being so strongly reinforced, and accounts of this immense army, computed by those who, perhaps, do not know, at eightyeated great havoc among the rebels, of whom there is from thirty to forty thousand in the field under the command of Gen. Beauregard, whilst they have a reserve of seventy-five thousand at the Junction.
He describes an officer, most prominent i