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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.10 (search)
engaged in discussing important matters of business with General Tuttle, one of the staff officers had placed little Edmund Fulton on his knee, while an animated conversation was passing between them. Mrs. Fulton caught the words smuggling strinMrs. Fulton caught the words smuggling string, pistols, cartridges from Edmund. She knew intuitively that the nature of their recent trips to the plantation home were being divulged by the artless child. She trembled perceptibly at the thought of the consequences of this revelation, butw hours later a squad of soldiers, commanded by a Union officer, arrived at the house with a warrant for the arrest of Judge Fulton. He was taken and placed in prison, where he languished for eleven weary months, as the result of Edmund's communications to the Federal officer. Mrs. Fulton was allowed the privilege of furnishing her husband his meals during his confinement, and of making his quarters as comfortable, under the circumstances, as possible. This humane treatment was a grand d