The fifth brother and youngest child was Jefferson Davis, the President.
Anna Davis, the eldest daughter, married Luther Smith, of West Feliciana, and had a famiever saw her again.
She went as a bride to the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Davis, at West Feliciana, La. Three months later she was buried there, after a bung husband, already undermined by hard frontier service.
On his recovery, Mr. Davis made a tour of the West Indies; thence paid a long visit to his old friends ine down the aisles of time linked in one.
In the autumn after his marriage Mr. Davis was elected to Congress by a handsome majority, promptly taking a prominent self and its commander as to warrant special mention in orders for Monterey, and Davis' splendid charge at Buena Vista—in which he was severely wounded—brought anotherst father-in-law's personal feelings had changed.
In the session of 1847, Mr. Davis first took his seat as Senator of the United States, having been appointed by