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sitive service, would not be agreeable, for I could not hope to be effective, whereas here I may be useful. G. T. Beauregard.
Thereupon General Johnston telegraphed:
I have received your despatch in reply to General Lee's offer, and read it with great pleasure.
I shall forward it with the same feeling.
It now appeared that the raiding party mentioned above consisted of Terry's force, not Stoneman's. General Beauregard was advised to verify the fact, through General Martin, at Asheville.
Shortly afterwards General Johnston again telegraphed that Brigadier-General Bradley Johnson reported Stoneman's cavalry to be moving on the railroad, and desired that, for the present, troops should be ordered to stop at Greensboroa and Salisbury.
And it might be well, he thought, for General Beauregard himself to go as far as Greensboroa—all of which He was preparing to do when He received the despatch.
Ferguson's cavalry was, at the same time, hurried on from South Carolina.