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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.38 (search)
Thrilling story of Dahlgren's raid and Mrs. Seddon's old blackberry wine. How Governor Widoors of Sabot Hill, the charming home of James A. Seddon, secretary of war of the Confederacy, andJames river, twenty miles above Richmond. Mr. Seddon was a lawyer by profession, had been a congr Hunt. Mr. Morson and his brother-in-law, Mr. Seddon, each owned several sugar plantations in Lou What a feast it was! Genuine coffee from Mrs. Seddon's, sugar from Mrs. Morson's and sorghum froaves. Dahlgren had been told that Dover was Mr. Seddon's home, and his object was to destroy the prahlgren knocked at the doors of Sabot Hill, Mrs. Seddon came forward with that high, womanly spirit3), introduced himself as Colonel Dahlgren. Mrs. Seddon asked him if he was related to Admiral John-six rooms, and built at a cost of $64,000. Mrs. Seddon ordered Uncle Charles to bring from the celt. It was by this device and strategy that Mrs. Seddon detained Colonel Dahlgren about the length [1 more...]