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ney General), William A. Graham (Navy), James C. Dobbin (Navy), Jacob Thompson (Interior), and Aaron V. Brown (P. M. G.) She had had two foreiumni among these commissioners: Isham W. Garrott, from Alabama; Jacob Thompson, from Mississippi, and Samuel Hall, from Georgia. The Assemblyrvice. John Manning was a receiver of the Confederate States. Jacob Thompson was confidential agent to Canada. His object was to open commua cessation of hostilities on the part of the Federal government. Thompson was of much service also in collecting and forwarding supplies, cojutant-General of Louisana in 1863, with the rank of Brigadier; Jacob Thompson was an Inspector-General. Should full information ever be obith the University in the capacity of tutors. Of the career of Jacob Thompson we have already spoken. We know also the military record of eident of the United States and of his Secretary of the Interior (Jacob Thompson), who was an alumnus of the University, with its graduating cla