Browsing named entities in a specific section of Varina Davis, Jefferson Davis: Ex-President of the Confederate States of America, A Memoir by his Wife, Volume 2. Search the whole document.
Found 34 total hits in 12 results.
Chapter 12: reflections on the victory. Mr. Davis continued: The victory of Manassas was certainly extraordinary,
r, illustrates the kindness of manner which characterized Mr. Davis toward all subordinates.
He was approachable by all, ev he first battle of Manassas, it was raining very hard; President Davis, Beauregard, and Johnston were holding a council of wa oy remonstrated, telling the sentinel that he must see President Davis; the sentinel refused, as President Davis was holding President Davis was holding a council of war.
Directly President Davis came out of the tent, Fauntleroy and myself were then allowed to pass.
We reachePresident Davis came out of the tent, Fauntleroy and myself were then allowed to pass.
We reached there almost simultaneously with the President-he was half-way up the steps: Fauntleroy hailed him, with, Is that PresidentPresident Davis?
and he, in his inimitably bland way replied: Yes, sir, and added, walk up, gentlemen, out of the rain.
We decline d wanted a commission in the regular Confederate army. President Davis asked him if he was any relation to Colonel Fauntlero