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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 5. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The true story of the capture of Jefferson Davis. (search)
with him when captured, and also from the Hon. George Davis, of North Carolina, who was a member o sort of concert) fully confirm each other. Mr. Davis' letter-received after the foregoing narratiu truly call them, calumny. For instance, Mrs. Davis is represented as leaving Richmond with the orseback, and went to General Lee, rejoining Mr. Davis at Danville. I do not doubt that all the acubstance, and in an offensive manner, that he (Davis) was a prisoner and could afford to talk so, aurprised just a while before day. I was with Mr. Davis and his family in a very few moments, and neat there was not one armed man in our camp. Mr. Davis, Judge Reagan, Colonel William Preston Johnstensity of Northern hatred has never doubted Mr. Davis' courage; and certainly none who know him caelates). During my intimate association with Mr. Davis, I have seen him often in circumstances of earing statement given to a credulous world? Mr. Davis and his Cabinet were so extremely concerned [28 more...]