Statistics for occurrence #1 of “President Davis” in chapter 1.35 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...ese three Cabinet positions to the satisfaction of the President and with credit to himself.
Mr. Benjamin was commonly referred to as the brains of the Confederacy, and it was a universal custom of President Davis 's to turn over to him every matter that belonged to no particular department.
So numerous were his duties; and so great his capacity for work, that it was not unusual for him to remain steadily at ...
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