BEAUREGAED; Continued from First Pmare. the Roumanian army, but be declines u as he did also a similar offer from irir loe commana or tun - Kimnu. i . . . r r antr naa skuiu uuereu xo Dim m 1S70. 1 - socially. General Beauregird enU the greatest popularity. He waa teemed member of fie leading wJf: - plnbi anil it T t. - - . . . .al - He was a liberal patron of thelir and a frequent attendant at the Piw . .iicic .aMMtira... att'ability made him a welcome and kir ored enest at all rh " - which made no the iir. Orleans. General Beauregard was married t September, 1S41. to Miss Laure VLW daughter of Jules Villere, a sugar D2 daughter of Jacques Villere". WK - ondtS" lady died in IboO. leaving behind wl formerly district attorney for the p - uSji - of Plaquemines and St. Bernard andl2 . - r juuges oi me court of r peals for the fifth circuit; Henry 4 1 . . V. J '"r - ana Mm planter on the Villere family plantatS in the parish of llaqncmlnea and now! resident of St. Louis. Mo., and Jjii Laure Beauregard, who afier - n. - .irrti" came the wife of Mr. Charles A. LarJ ' don, a commission merchant of New w leans, and who died some years aga. j.u ioou, just prior to the commB meucement of the late war, the genwi married his second wife. Mis Caroiui Deslonde. daughter of Andre DesloiX a sugar planter of St James parish. sS was a sister of Mrs. Slidell. wCose hS band, at that time, was a senator in tZ congress of the United States. B " death took place In the spring of ls&T Z this city, after a lingering illness of r - 2 - years, .and while the general was aba in the service of the confederacy.