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Military operations of General Beauregard. By Alfred Roman. A Review by Colonel Wm. Allan, formerly Chief of Ordnance Second corps, A. N. V. This book contains much of interest and value. General Beauregard was one of the highest officers in rank in the Confederate service, and was concerned in many important operations during the civil war. Indeed, few officers on either side had an experience more varied and extensive. The narrative throws light on many of the great junctures of that struggle, and is enriched by a mass of official documents, many of which are here published for the first time. Though there is no little diffuseness and repetition in the book, the arrangement is clear and the style easy and attractive. The care and labor shown in the preparation, as well as the mass of valuable materials it contains, render this book indispensable to the student of the history of the war. We regret that we cannot go farther in praise of this book, but its whole tone, t