lery, and a company of cavalry of 90 men. General Johnston also arrived, about noon on the 20th, witurg; and Hampton's Legion, 600 strong.
General Johnston was now the ranking officer at Manassas; ported by Bee's and Bartow's brigades (of General Johnston's forces), posted at even distance in rea.
This proposed movement he submitted to General Johnston, who fully approved of it, and orders were evident that the presence of both Generals Johnston and Beauregard on the immediate scene of operCocke's brigade by my orders and those of General Johnston, had opportunely reached the ground.
Theust as the reinforcements sent forward by General Johnston reached the field, General Beauregard —rehe then rode to the Lewis House to inform General Johnston of the glorious result, and, as had been ken from General Beauregard's report.
In General Johnston's report, written from Fairfax Court-Housas are reported missing.
In his report, General Johnston, confirming General Beauregard's estimate