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rowing out of neutrality and the fear of violating it, thinking, when it is done, (as it will be done [by] the Legislature,) the Legislature ought to do it. I am well — hope to adjourn some time next week. Your friend, H. Grider. No. 9.W. T. Ward to John H. Ward. Greensburg, Ky., Aug, 14, Dear Sir: I received your letter this morning. In reply, I am informed that Col. Bramb lett's camp is at Robinson's cross roads, seven miles from Danville, Ky. Bramblett has no cavalry under morning next, and would like for you, Hawkins, and any others to meet me there. The Hart companies, five in number, meet there that day, and I will make them a speech. All are well. Ossian and Alice are at Griffin's Springs. Your father, Wm. T. Ward. Here stands the conspiracy exposed. These letters, written while the Union leaders were preaching neutrality and professing to desire peace, before the Legislature met, before the occupation of Columbus by the Confederates, admit o