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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.53 (search)
ession of Louisiana to France Exploded— an interview with the Emperor—Foreign aid and slavery. The following throws interesting light on an incident of Confederate history, which has been greatly distorted: Villa Jessie, Cannes, France, April 17, 1901. General Marcus J. Wright. My Dear General,—I enclose the narrative of my journey to France in 1865, intended to refute the suggestions of the Washington Post, and beg that you will kindly, in defence of the honor of President Jefferson Dain fact. Indeed, I should not have thought it necessary even to contradict such a myth were it not that my silence might have been misinterpreted and allowed some cloud of suspicion to hover over the memory of departed friends. Their unsullied honor and untarnished fame are, however, in themselves proof against attacks which, be they base or futile, must inevitably recoil upon ,their authors, exposing them to ridicule or contempt. C. J. Polignac. Villa Jessie, Cannes, France, April 17, 1901