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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.15 (search)
ded to a great extent upon the action of Virginia, which had not at the time of Mr. Wright's visit to Maryland separated from the Union. The most reasonable explanation of the termination of the negotiations was the secession of Virginia a few weeks after Mr. Wright's visit. With the loss of Virginia to the projected Confederacy the whole scheme evidently fell through. Marylands position. In the meantime, as is well known, the friends of the Union in Maryland had rallied. Hon. Henry Winter Davis' strong hand was exerted, and Governor Hicks was, almost by force, compelled to take sides with the North. His course resulted in the stay of proceedings by which the Southern sympathizers had expected to swing Maryland into the column of seceding States. These are, however, well known historical facts. The correspondence to which Governor Hicks makes reference would be interesting, if it could be found. The archives at Annapolis, Richmond, Trenton, Albany and Columbus should
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The correspondence of Gen. Robt. E. Lee. (search)
R. F. Lee, April 16, 1863, page 725, to President Davis.Unable to bring his army together for wanon. R. E. Lee, April 20, 1863 page 737, to Davis.Gives points in the South (Florida and Georgiaance. R. E. Lee, April 20, 1863, page 740, to Davis. Insufficiency of cavalry in his army, points easy. R. E. Lee, May 7th, 1863, page 782, to DavisCalls attention to the insufficiency of his cavhere. R. E. Lee, May 20th, 1863, page 832, to DavisA. P. Hill, I think upon the whole, is the bestwith me. R. E. Lee, May 30, 1863 page 832, to Davis.Requests that the War Department take charge o R. E. Lee, June 2, 1863, page 848, to Davis.Regrets to lose Jenkins' and Ransom's Brigades Brigade to be sent to Army N. Virginia. President Davis, page 874 June 9, 1863.Mr. Davis refers Geper C. H. Expects another division next day. Davis to Lee, June 19th, 1863, page 904.Informs Genevision.Numbers not given. Local troops. Mr. Davis' letter to General Lee, June 28, 1863. Gi[8 more...]