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neral Finegan's report.
what General Beauregard says of the battle.
his difficulties in sending troops to Florida.
he leaves for Camp Milton.
his despatches to the War Department.— cavalry withdrawn from South Carolina and Georgia.
General Beauregard returns to Charleston.
his instructions left with General Anderson.
he demands leave of absence.
telegram from War Department desiring his co-operation with General Lee.
he turns over the command of the Department to General Samuel Jones.
his parting address to the troops.>
Without placing implicit faith in the telegram received from Richmond, through Major Norris, Chief of the Signal Corps, wherein an immediate heavy attack upon Charleston was predicted, General Beauregard took every precaution to be prepared for such a contingency.
He had a force of two hundred infantry held in readiness, nightly, at Fort Johnson, to be thrown as a reinforcement into Fort Sumter, and had secured, for that purpose, from Flag-off