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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.65 (search)
that on page 6 I have the military rank of Governor Allen as colonel, written in pencil; the reason For modification of sham neutrality. General H. W. Allen, an accomplished gentleman and distinguonly repeat what others had said, yet both Governor Allen and General Kirby Smith concurred in the ore not. I did not read the letter which Governor Allen wrote, and, therefore, cannot speak de visention, nor does he assert it verbatim. Governor Allen's confidential scheme. I have said I enjoyed Governor Allen's confidence. This is not a mere commonplace sentence. In fact, before our dntroduced Colonel Miltenberger. He handed Governor Allen's letter to the Emperor, who, without openes and pressed them into military service, Governor Allen's idea was to arm the negroes, and as a coh. But the history of the war bears out Governor Allen's confidence. During the four years the cother hand, it is impossible to admit that Governor Allen should have brooded over such a scheme as [4 more...]