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January 6th, 1882 AD (search for this): chapter 80
have spoken. M. H. Clark, Ex-Captain P. A. C. S., and ex-Acting Treasurer C S. A. Although there are many more statements, letters, etc., in my possession respecting General Johnston's charge, and unfortunately lack of space has forced me to condense Colonel Clark's statement too closely, for the same reason I will present but one more, that of Colonel W. Preston Johnston, who was aide to the President, and with it submit the case. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La., January 6, 1882. General Joseph R. Davis, New Orleans, La. My Dear Sir: Your letter of December 29th, in relation to an alleged interview of General Joseph E. Johnston reflecting upon President Davis, has been received. I was greatly surprised when I first saw the report of the interview; but still more so when I found that General Johnston did not contradict it with an emphatic denial. If I had supposed that its insinuations required disproof, or that they would not be met by witnesses more fully
April 11th (search for this): chapter 80
less he yet felt a profound confidence that what he said would not be made public. The history of the disposition of the Confederate treasure is given in extenso below, and the case is rested on the evidence. It is not all quoted, because my memoir has been extended much more than was anticipated, and I am obliged to cut out very valuable matter which will be found available to any future biographer or historian in the rooms of the Louisiana Historical building, at New Orleans. On April 11th Mr. Davis, being at Greensborough, S. C., issued the following order to Mr. J. N. Hendren, Treasurer of the Confederate States: You will report to General Beauregard with the treasure in your possession, that he may give it due protection, as a military chest, to be moved with his army train. For further instructions you will report to the Secretary of the Treasury. (Signed) Jefferson Davis. Official. (Signed) F. R. Lubbock, Colonel and A. D. C. General Johnston, in his N
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