Statistics for occurrence #1 of “President Davis” in chapter 1 of James D. Porter, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.1, Tennessee:
...mbus, Ky., the occupation of which points brought forth a vigorous protest from Governor Harris, of Tennessee, who had undertaken to have observed the legislative neutrality of the State of Kentucky. President Davis was solicitous on this point.
He, too, wished to observe Kentucky neutrality, but in a dispatch to General Polk, dated the 4th of September, after the occupation of Columbus, he said, The necessity...
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