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Preface. The cause for which General Jackson fought and died, has been overthrown. But it is believed that this fact h
it has been entrusted to me by the widow and family of General Jackson, supported by the urgency of his successor in command, ullest collection of materials.
The correspondence of General Jackson with his family, his pastor, and his most prominent fr ons of the battle-fields and the theatre of war where General Jackson acted, from the topographical department of the same g yed in his campaigns.
The prominent characteristic of General Jackson was his scrupulous truthfulness.
This Life has been w y would I declare, that in relating the share borne by General Jackson's comrades and subordinates in his campaigns, I have b are unfolded in my book as the animating principles of General Jackson, they must inevitably remember, that this Southern peo d beneficial, to leave this explication and defence of General Jackson's resistance to the Federal Government, as it was writ