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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.54 (search)
on May 10, 1861, McClellan writes that, the Governor of Kentucky (Magoffin), is a traitor, and Buckner is under his influence, so that it is ined the Confederacy, but meanwhile held close relations with Governor Magoffin, whose military representative and adviser he was throughout department of the meeting at Cincinnati, he wrote promptly to both Magoffin and Buckner to notify them of this breach of our understanding tha that Buckner volunteered his word of honor as a representative of Magoffin and the rampant secessionists of Kentucky, to keep out Pillow's Te in the public press a few weeks later of a letter from Buckner to Magoffin, stating that he had entered into a specific agreement with McClelhe neutrality of Kentucky. The publication of Buckner's letter to Magoffin threw him into a great heat, and his utterances display anxiety, bw, just as I have related it above. * * * Buckner's letter to Governor Magoffin, subsequently published, stating that in our first interview