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Chapter 11: General Beauregard suggests a forward movement. not approved by General Jo
Mason's and Munson's Hills.
General Beauregard proposes to hold them.
General Johnston t feasible.>
On the 8th of August, at General Beauregard's suggestion, Colonel Evans was ordered
To deceive this inconvenient scrutiny, General Beauregard ordered the kindling of numerous fires a arly north of Fairfax Court-House, which General Beauregard was having reconnoitred for that purpose ptember, and remained there two days, at General Beauregard's headquarters.
In the conferences whic followed between him and Generals Johnston, Beauregard, and Smith, he objected to the organization ustifiably arraigns Generals J. E. Johnston, Beauregard, and G. W. Smith, not for having taken a pa h an extent the ire of the ex-President. General Beauregard, for one, had already had occasion to le ernoon, and proceeded to the quarters of General Beauregard.
On the same evening General Johnston [42 more...]