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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.30 (search)
rstand it, this commission, consisting of Governor William A. Graham, Governor Swain and others, had not as yence of it. Not so, however, the commissioners, Governors Graham and Swain! Returning from their mission to Shinary character. It was evident, however, that Governor Graham, who was spokesman, was detailing the facts of u mean? I replied, Why, couldn't you see that Governor Graham had a letter in his pocket to Vance? In a morted for duty. He gave me two letters, one for Governor Graham and one to General Joseph E. Johnston. My verbal instructions were to overtake Governor Graham and give him that letter (of course a demand for the letter he to Governor Vance. If I failed to do so, take Governor Graham on an engine to General Johnston at Haw River auty and begged him to accompany me; arriving at Governor Graham's residence we were promptly admitted, and found the Governor with Mrs. Graham in the sitting-room. He said: My dear, you had better retire, as these gentlem