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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Thomas J. Jackson. (search)
ion I have or can make. Relations with Mr. Davis. Was Jackson intimate with President DaviPresident Davis? When did you see him for the first time? queried the scribe. The first time General Jackson ever saw President Davis was at First Manassas, replied Dr. McGuire. The enemy had been routorporal on guard. The next time he saw President Davis, so far as I know, was at the Poindexter d on the dining-room table. After awhile President Davis came in. General Lee greeted him very warpaign through Bath and Romney with General Loring President Davis had treated him badly. Indeed, thsed Jackson to feel rather resentful towards Mr. Davis, so when I told him who the visitor was he son stopped him, and when he got about a yard Mr. Davis halted and Jackson immediately brought his hrds, and then he turned to me and said: Tell Mr. Davis I thank him—he is very kind. Dr. Jones, ithat Longstreet made there. General Lee and Mr. Davis were both with General Longstreet in that ba[16 more...]