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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.2 (search)
ers below, which were written by Jefferson Davis to Colonel R. H. Chilton, of Richmond, make certain the contention of the Sohe Confederate War Department, where it was read by Colonel R. H. Chilton, who forwarded it to Judge J. A. Campbell, Assistanhe contents of the report, and is said to have declared to Chilton that he intended to see President Davis about the matter. . The original of these letters were furnished me by Mrs. Chilton, who lives in Richmond. They have never before been prsiana State University. Memphis, Sept. 2, 1875. General R. H. Chilton: My Dear Sir,—Accept my thanks for your kind leteater than in ours. Please give my special regard to Mrs. Chilton. I am sorry to learn that you have been visited by tha Jefferson Davis. Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 9, 1875. General R. H. Chilton: My Dear Sir,—Accept my thanks for your kind letr your notice. Please give my kindest remembrance to Mrs. Chilton. Having been for many years a sufferer by your prese
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
, major Quartermaster-General's Department, Confederate States Army, March 16, 1861; brigadier-general, January 20, 1863. Commands—Commanding First Brigade, Second Division, Army of the West, 1864. John Randolph Chambliss, colonel Thirteenth Regiment, Virginia Cavalry, July 13, 1861; brigadier-general, December 19, 1863; killed in action below Richmond, August 16, 1864. Commands—Commanding brigade of cavalry in MajorGen-eral W. H. F. Lee's Division, Army of Northern Virginia. R. H. Chilton, lieutenant-colonel, adjutant-general's department, Confederate States Army, March 16, 1861; colonel, adjutant-general's department, October 13, 1862; brigadier-general, December 21, 1863; resigned April 1, 1864. Commands—Chief of staff, Army of Northern Virginia; inspector-general, Army of Northern Virginia, October 28, 1862; died at Columbus, Ga., February 18, 1879. Philip St. George Cocke, * * * brigadier-general, October 21, 1861; died at Belmeade, in Powhatan county, Va., Dece<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.15 (search)
policy, Mr. Stephens, and you are the best man for furthering that policy, sir. After arguing for about two hours they got him to the point of saying he would consider, then very wisely withdrew. The offer repeated. The next day Judge Chilton and Colin McRea, of the Alabama delegation, called for the same purpose. Their shadows had hardly left Stephens' door, when Keitt, of South Carolina, and Mr. Toombs made their appearance—at least Toombs didn't make his appearance. He sat ouction should take place the next day at 12 o'clock, and in the meantime the delegations should consult separately. That was decided on and the meeting adjourned. We had hardly reached our hotel when in walked Toombs and Keitt, followed by Judge Chilton, Willy Harris, General Sparrow and Henry Marshall, of Louisiana; Morton and Owen, of Florida, and the whole Georgia delegation. Toombs was the spokesman, and I never saw him in a better humor or looking handsomer. Alec, said he, you are