Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Jefferson Davis” in chapter 1.45, section c.1.45.173 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32.:
...d blameworthy in the Confederate.
What was honorable and patriotic in Richard Caswell and Cornelius Harnett, in George Washington and Francis Nash, can hardly have been despicable and traitorous in Jefferson Davis or John W. Ellis, in Robert E. Lee, Charles F. Fisher, William Pender, L. O'B. Branch, or in the men who followed them.
It was sad indeed that disagreements politically between countrymen could n...
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