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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), An effort to rescue Jefferson Davis. (search)
rom it will give its main purport: His Excellency President Davis. My Dear Sir,—Having seen the terms up2d of April I wrote again from Greensborough to President Davis, and a few extracts from that letter are here gs convenient. Will then confer. (Signed,) Jeff'n Davis. I think the word not in the above was used inst communication from myself. On the 26th April, President Davis telegraphed to me from Charlotte, N. C., as folu in the command of the cavalry. (Signed,) Jeff'n Davis. In response to the summons of President Davis, President Davis, I had met him in Charlotte, where, after a full consultation, he approved of the plan suggested, and he gave meGeneral Johnston that I had special orders from President Davis, I did not consider myself as embraced in the sth me; but that I was acting under the order of President Davis, and was therefore free to join him. After a mohed on towards Charlotte, where I hoped to meet President Davis. On the last day of our journey, after a lon