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John G. Nicolay, The Outbreak of Rebellion, Chapter 11: Kentucky. (search)
perhaps be affirmed with certainty that Governor Magoffin of Kentucky was a secession conspirator;Sumter bombardment, the President's call, and Magoffin's refusal, Kentucky was, for the moment, simpto an attitude of strict neutrality. Governor Magoffin and his personal adherents were ready toof strict neutrality, and also approving Governor Magoffin's refusal to furnish troops. In substan commissions, arms, and active duty from Governor Magoffin, quietly departed to obtain enlistment ilace and support to Kentucky loyalists. Governor Magoffin wrote an official letter to President Liious influences the hopes and schemes of Governor Magoffin and his conspiring secession adherents wt of open country. He said he had asked Governor Magoffin for permission to fortify Columbus, addieral Polk, on the 9th, formally notified Governor Magoffin of his presence in Kentucky. By thisGap. Under these threatening aspects Governor Magoffin communicated to the Legislature, then in[1 more...]
John G. Nicolay, The Outbreak of Rebellion, Index. (search)
lamation, 73; interviews with Douglas, 76; blockades the insurgent ports, 78; interview with Baltimore committee, 100; issues a second call for volunteers, 106; his orders to P. F. Blair, Jr., 122; his measures to save the Border States, 131 Liverpool cotton merchants, 79 Longstreet, General, 179 Louisiana, attitude of, with regard to secession, 2, 8; secession of, 14 Louisville, 135 Lyon, Captain, Nathaniel, 116 et seq., 122 et seq., 123 Lyons, Lord, 94 M. Magoffin, Governor, 126 et seq., 132, 134 et seq. Mallory, Senator, 37 et seq., 40 Manassas, first movement against, 162 et seq.; description of, 175 et seq. Manchester, Eng., cotton operators of, 79 Martinsburg, W. Va., 162, 163 Maryland, attitude of, with regard to secession, 52, 83, 80; rebel conspiracies to gain, 107, 108; Union enlistments in, 131 Mason, Senator, 25, 91, 142 Massachusetts Eighth Infantry, 92, 103 Massachusetts Sixth Infantry, 84; attack upon, in Baltimore,