Well, then he was going to Beauregard, so I would see him occasionally.
Beauregard's plan was to cross at MacLean's and fall upon the Federal left.
The other day Wilmington might have been taken, for the troops were sent to Beauregard.
Bragg remains, but part of his garrison goes to Beauregard, in Virginia.
Beauregard opened fire upon the fort at 4:20 A.M. on the twelfth of April, from batteries located at every available range point.
On the 28th, Beauregard sent a message of some kind to Anderson.
Dr. Beauregard repeated, and suddenly dropped the butt of his musket upon the loose cover of the chest.
Beauregard was second in command, without a specific command.
This announcement was telegraphed to Montgomery by General Beauregard, who also asked for instructions.
General Beauregard says the advance began at half-past five.