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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Jefferson Davis. (search)
ncipal purpose of the letter was, imploring Mr. Greeley to bring about a speedy trial of her husbandone, readily vindicated. To this letter Mr. Greeley at once forwarded an answer for Mrs. Davis,nd his good intentions toward them all; and Mr. Greeley asked me to become professionally interestetle benefit. I hesitated; but finally told Mr. Greeley that I would consult with some of our commo valuable man to lead for the defence by Mr. Greeley and Mr. Gerrit Smith. A Democrat of pronounc himself was brought by me and submitted to Mr. Greeley, and in part to Mr. Wilson. The result waand Commodore Vanderbilt were selected, and Mr. Greeley, in case his name should be found necessaryave been very discouraging to most men; but Mr. Greeley, and those friends who were acting with himhe point was soon sent home, and was felt. Mr. Greeley hastened back to New York, and The Tribune of its entire accuracy. These men—Andrew, Greeley, Smith and Wilson—have each passed from this [6 more...]<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Appendix. (search)
empt was made at the time to throw doubt upon it by the political friends of Mr. Greeley. Since the death of General Breckinridge, the true facts attending his retu to history that they should be given to the world. The letter written by Mr. Greeley concerning Mr. Breckinridge's return is addressed to Judge George Shea, of Neded, and will not, I think, provoke any exhibition of ill-will. Yours, Horace Greeley. George Shea, Esq. 54 William Street, New York, April 17, 1867. My Dear Sir,—I enclose a letter which I have received from my friend, Mr. Horace Greeley, which I would have forwarded by the former mail had I then known your address. The letter will speak for itself, and I send you the original (with Mr. Greeley's cordial concurrence), so that, if you act upon the suggestion it contains, it may b generally have the same thought and wish, so well and manfully expressed by Mr. Greeley in the enclosed letter, that your aid is needed by all interests here, espec