Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mrs. Semmes” in chapter 1.38, section c.1.38.140, page 325 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
... of the Confederate Congress at Richmond, and took his seat in the Senate with his colleague from Louisiana, General Edward H. Sparrow. He passed through Montgomery on his way to Richmond, and here Mrs. Semmes met her parents, who were delighted that a son-in-law of theirs had this high honor conferred upon him, so dearly did they love the South. Mrs. Semmes referred laughingly to the beautiful...
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