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Chapter 12: Signal rockets and signal telegraph. General Beauregard advises coast defenses at New Orleans, Mobile, Galveston, and Berwick bay, and calls attention to the exposure of Port Royal. counsels General Lovell concerning River obstructions between Forts St. Philip and Jackson. General Johnston orders the troops into winter quarters. our lines formed at Centreville. Drainsville and Ball's Bluff. General Beauregard proposes to intercept General Stone's retreat, and also; and on the 5th of October, in a letter addressed to the Secretary of War, he expressed his desire to be sent there during the probable suspension of hostilities in Virginia. He gave it as his opinion that New Orleans, Mobile, Galveston, and Berwick Bay, along the Gulf of Mexico, would undoubtedly be assailed, and should be protected by field defences proper to withstand attack, until reinforcements could come to the rescue. He also called attention to the exposure of Port Royal, South Carol