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ern leaders insured him unusual facilities for his operations.
He mingled freely with them at Frankfort and other points, apparently having no ulterior object, yet was busy arranging for the secret orehead, James F. Robinson, John B. Huston and Robert Richardson.
The convention assembled at Frankfort May 27th, and continued in session until June 3d.
Besides the delegates from Kentucky there ted, also to call a convention looking to the preservation of peace in Kentucky, to be held at Frankfort on the 9th of September.
In accordance with the recommendation of the conference, within a fe to be found in Rebellion Records, Vol.
IV, pages 378, 396.
Commonwealth of Kentucky, Frankfort, Aug.—1861. [date not given but about August 20th.] Hon. Jefferson Davis, Richmond, Va.:
Siis was near at hand.
The Peace convention called by the Southern Rights leaders was held at Frankfort on the 9th and 10th of September, 1861, but resulted only in the adoption of resolutions deplo