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ormation was received, through Captain Hill, of General Johnston's forces, that the enemy, at Centreville, was in a complete state of demoralization, and in full flight towards Washington. Upon learham's forces, which, with General Longstreet's brigade, were then in the closest proximity to Centreville. After a brief discussion of the matter between the President and Generals Johnston and Beaundoned stores, subsistence, and baggage, that could be found on the road in our front towards Centreville, and on other roads by which the enemy had retreated towards the stone bridge and Sudley's Mio their organization, and assigning them new positions, with the advance—Bonham's brigade— at Centreville. Holmes's brigade, by direction of President Davis, was ordered back to its former position.atteries and a force of cavalry, were ordered to advance to Vienna Station, and Longstreet to Centreville. As the leading column was approaching Fairfax Court-House, Captain Terry, of Texas, a noted
Chapter 15: Colonel Pryor, of the military committee of Congress, visits General Beauregard at Centreville, to propose his transfer to the West. General Beauregard finally yields to the wishes of Congress and the executive. he parts with his army on the 2d of february, and on the 4th arrives at Bowling Green. intervt upon the country. criticism of General Johnston's strategy.> Towards the end of January, 1862, General Beauregard received a visit, at his headquarters at Centreville, from Colonel Roger A. Pryor, of Virginia, a member of the Military Committee of the Confederate Congress. He informed General Beauregard that he had been depund under General Johnston, in middle Kentucky, and the remainder under General Polk, in western Tennessee. Meanwhile, many of General Beauregard's friends at Centreville and Richmond, aware of the efforts that were being made, sought to dissuade him from relinquishing his position in Virginia, and what was considered the chief f
al Johnston in pursuit, in the direction of Centreville, these brigades advanced nearly to that play our right wing and centre on the enemy at Centreville, took up a position on the Union Mills and Centreville road, more than a mile in advance of the Run. Ordered back in consequence of the miscaom an attack by that route on their rear at Centreville, which served to augment the extraordinary s, the commander of the Federal reserves at Centreville, says the movement caused painful apprehensscarriage of my orders for his advance upon Centreville in the afternoon, was ordered by General J of General Bonham, joining that officer at Centreville on the night of the 17th, before the battleto attack the enemy in flank and reverse at Centreville, through which the triumph of our arms was brigade, Brigadier-General M. L. Bonham, at Centreville. 2D brigade, Brigadier-General Ewell, at oLongstreet, at or about the crossing of the Centreville and Union Mills road and the Braddock's roa