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A Roster of General Officers , Heads of Departments, Senators, Representatives , Military Organizations, &c., &c., in Confederate Service during the War between the States. (ed. Charles C. Jones, Jr. Late Lieut. Colonel of Artillery, C. S. A.), Consular, Confidential and other Foreign Agents. (search)
Consular, Confidential and other Foreign Agents. Hon.Clement C. Clay, JrAlabamaSpecial Agent to Canada; formerly Confederate Senator from Alabama. Hon.Jacob ThompsonTennesseeSpecial Agent to Canada. Hon.James P. HolcombeVirginiaSpecial Agent to Canada; formerly member of Confederate Congress. Hon.Edwin De LeonSouth CarolinaSpecial Agent to Paris. Hon.Charles J. HelmKentuckySpecial Agent to Havana. L. Heylinger Special Agent to Nassau. Hon.Colin J. McRaeMississippiSpecial Agent to London and Paris; formerly deputy from Alabama to the Confederate Congress at Montgomery. Hon.George N. Saunders Special Agent to London. Hon.Beverly TuckerVirginiaSpecial Agent to London. J. L. O'Sullivan Special Agent to London. Emile Erlanger & CoFranceFinancial Agents at Paris
in endeavors to repair by new combinations the evils resulting from the failure of the Kentucky campaign, which has eventuated in none of the happy consequences which we confidently hoped. The only gain has been the capture of a very large amount of supplies. I have no time to add anything by this conveyance but another opportunity will offer in a few days for full a dispatch. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of State. Mr. Benjamin to Mr. De Leon. [No. 2] Department of State, Richmond, Dec. 13, 1862. Sir --I avail myself of an unexpected opportunity to acknowledge the receipt of yours, Nos 1 and 2. They have been read with lively interest, and you will not fall to keep the Department fully advised of your conclusions as to the probable action of European Powers, as fast as their views are developed, either through the press or other agencies. The President has been so fully occupied with military matters that it has
of more practical intervention, in the belief that we shall continue to be very grateful for very small favors. Neither the British Parliament nor the French Chambers will meet till February next, and until then the game is entirely in his own hands, Earl Russell's speech having relieved his mind of any change in England's inactivity. I sincerely hope that the intention of the Emperor may be more practical, but I can only judge by the lights before me. I remain, very respectfully, Edwin de Leon. The great Johnson's Island plot-- a Canadian organization for War against the United States--Lord Lyons Jumps out of bed at midnight. The Johnson's Island plot has loomed up into a conspiracy of gigantic dimensions. Major General Dix, who was ordered to Buffalo, N. Y., arrived there on the night of the 15th inst. A large force of infantry and two batteries of artillery were sent to Johnson's Island on Thursday, and eight hundred men of the 12th Ohio cavalry left Cleveland on F