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Xxxix. June, 1864 Beauregard's plan. the battle. defeat near Staunton. fight at Petersburg. decision about Marylanders Beauregard in disgrace. dispa
shells and sharpshooters.
We have met with a defeat.
in the Valley, near Staunton, which place has probably fallen.
A letter from Gen. Bragg, this morning, in ds them now to the Secretary.
Gen. V. calls loudly for reinforcements to save Staunton, and says Gen. W. E. Jones, who commanded, was killed.
Col. Lee says, We have fficial report shows that we lost no arms or ordnance stores of consequence at Staunton.
Communications will be restored in that direction soon.
The Valley and West ilroad informed the Secretary of War to-day that the road would be reopened to Staunton on Thursday (day after to-morrow), such is the slight damage done by the enemy ported and believed that Gen. Early, at the head of 25,000 men, marched out of Staunton on Monday toward the North.
I hope it may not prove a recruiting measure for