Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Pavne” in chapter 1.41 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...and was built of brick with ample grounds.
Prior to the war Mr. Payne was a strong Union man. His most intimate and valued personal friend was Jefferson Davis.
They disagreed as to secession.
Mr. Pavne at that time owned many sugar plantations in Louisiana and cotton plantations in Mississippi.
He also had offices and warehouses in New Orleans, and was the largest exporter of cotton and sugar and...
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