A description of it by Colonel L. Q. Washington.
Deeply interesting paper.
Personal reminiscences of much Value—Recollections of President Davis, Bob Toombs, R. M. T. Hunter, and Judah P. Benjamin.
The public has had a deluge of histories in respect to the Civil War and the Southern Confederacy.
The history of tars, but not well enough to affect a campaign or change the face of history.
The successive heads of the Confederate State Department, Messrs. Toombs, Hunter, and Benjamin, and those gentlemen serving under it, such as Slidell, Mason, Mann, Yancey, Preston, Lamar, Thompson, Clay, and others, were then eitheMy commission as Attorney-General bears the date of the 4th of January, 1864.
With kind regards and much esteem, I am,
Yours sincerely, George Davis.
The Confederate State Department had in its service some of the most gifted sons of the South.
It was organized in Montgomery, Ala., on February 21, 186. T