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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Resources of the Confederacy in 1865--report of General I. M. St. John, Commissary General. (search)
ied. Respectfully and truly yours, (Signed) Lewis E. Harvie. Baltimore, Md., July 7, 1873. My Dear General — I have read carefully the statement you have submitted to the Hon. Jefferson Davis of the closing operations of the Confederate States Commissary Department, and I write to say that my recollection of the events of that troublous time entirely concurs with your own. My duties as assigned by yourself gave me full knowledge of the effort inaugurated at that time to avail of the influence and labors of distinguished private citizens, and I distinctly remember that the results were such as you indicate. With the accumulation of supplies at the general depots I had no official connection, but I am quite convinced that the statements of yourself, Colonel Williams and Major Claiborne are entirely accurate. Very respectfully and truly yours, (Signed) T. U. Dudley, Jr., (Late) Major and C. S. C. S. Army. General I. M. St. John, (Late) Commissary-General C. S. Arm