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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 54: capture of Richmond.--the destruction of the Confederate fleet in the James River, etc. (search)
m door. Next morning, at 10 o'clock, Mr. John A. Campbell, late Associate Justice of the Supreme their laughter. After General Weitzel and Mr. Campbell had returned on shore, Admiral Porter went Admiral, I am sorry you were not here when Mr. Campbell was on board. He has gone on shore happy. l had been done by the persuasive tongue of Mr. Campbell, who had promised the President that, if thnd he commands here. That is because he is Mr. Campbell's particular friend, replied the Admiral, a carriage which carried General Weitzel and Mr. Campbell, and deliver this order to the General. ThThis was a clever scheme on the part of Mr. Justice Campbell to soothe the wounded feelings of the Sth. About an hour after the departure of Mr. Campbell, a man dressed in gray homespun, with a hugrotius to me, if he had been here when I gave Campbell permission to let the Legislature meet! I'd , and yet I put my foot into that thing about Campbell with my eyes wide open. If I were you, Admir[2 more...]