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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.6 (search)
p of the last remaining department—that of the Treasury. Courage, fortitude, and all hope had not, however, left the head of the government, for the intention was to reach the TransMissis-sippi Department, via Florida and Cuba, and carry on the war for independence until the great river could be crossed again. Bureaus abandoned. All along the route the various bureaus of the departments had been abandoned, and the President left Washington, Ga., with a portion of his staff. Colonel F. R. Lubbock, A. D. C., ex-Governor of Texas; Colonel John Taylor Wood, A. D. C.; Colonel William Preston Johnston, A. D. C.; also Colonel Thorburn, a naval adjutant, Captain Given Campbell and eight scouts, my train, with its quartermaster and a small following. Hon. John H. Reagan, Postmaster-General and Acting Secretary of the Treasury, and myself caught up with the party next morning at sunrise, after traveling all night. Up to Washington, Ga., the march had no sign of a retreat, and was