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Colonel William Preston Johnston, The Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston : His Service in the Armies of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States. 20 0 Browse Search
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uri. Came to Louisville October 4th. Maria Preston Johnston was born October 28, 1833, and returne In Louisville the physicians pronounced Mrs. Johnston's lungs affected, and, according to the prinent physician. While in New Orleans, Lieutenant Johnston took the step at which he had hesitatedcond-lieutenant in the United States Army. Mrs. Johnston's failing health made her long for the secnot recalled before that hour, and that Lieutenant Johnston showed all the signs of great regret inmineral waters. They also visited some of Mrs. Johnston's relations in that region, especially Cole occupied as a residence for a time. Lieutenant Johnston visited the Peaks of Otter with John T.ir absence their youngest child had died. Mrs. Johnston says: After much traveling and fatigue I ang enough to bless us once more-and die. Mr. Johnston devoted the autumn and winter to the care oe, the country-home of Mr. George Hancock, Mrs. Johnston's uncle. Mr. Hancock and his newly-wedded