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The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ranaway.--ten dollars reward, and all expenses paid. (search)
say to you again that Kentucky won't, can't secede. I am, sir, as ever, your true friend, James Speed. John H. Ward, Esq., Bowling Green, Ky. P. S.--The Bank Presidents resolved on yeLet none but good and true men join. When I see you I will have a full talk. Your friend, James Speed. J. H. Ward, Esq., Bowling Green, Ky. No. 4.James Speed to J. H. Ward, Esq. Louisvileve that Kentucky is safe. I am, sir, most respectfully, your obedient servant and friend, James Speed. J. H. Ward, Esq., Bowling Green, Ky. No. 5.Lovell H. Rousseau to-- Louisville, (Ky. Sir: We have concluded, and at the request of the Secretary of War, informally appointed Jas. Speed, of Louisville, to receive and distribute Kentucky arms as soon and as fast as it can be done.he same service — both be at your place. I am, sir, most respectfully, Your obd't serv't, James Speed. J. H. Ward,Esq., Bowling Green, Ky. No. 8.Hon. H. Grider to Ward and Rodes. Washing