Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Hunter” in chapter 1.20, section c.1.20.93 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...o the Confederate Senate.
It was a most critical period, and demanded the greatest ability and resource, both in the executive and legislative departments of the already hard-pressed Confederacy.
Mr. Hunter was made President pro tempore of the Senate.
His influence was great and commanding.
His advice, counsel and influence were not only felt and welcomed in all the great measures of military defen...
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