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Montgomery (Alabama, United States) (search for this): chapter 285
Letter from Mrs. President Davis.--The following letter from Mrs. Jefferson Davis was written in acknowlegment of the receipt of a beautiful work-box, manufactured and presented to her by several patriotic misses of Petersburg:-- Montgomery, Ala., April 29, 1861. my dear young ladies: Permit me, before thanking you for your kind present, and wishes for my husband's welfare, to congratulate you upon the secession of Virginia — the birthplace of my mother, as well as yours. The elder, and honored sister of the Southern States, is received with tearful joy among us, and many hands wilt fashion stars with which to mark this brilliant accession to our galaxy. The possession of a work-box manufactured by little Southern girls, so industrious, so enthusiastic, and so patriotic, will be much prized by me; and I will leave it to my daughter with the note which precedes it, as a precious legacy. Long ere you reach the responsibility of a useful womanhood, may we have united
Varina Davis (search for this): chapter 285
of Petersburg:-- Montgomery, Ala., April 29, 1861. my dear young ladies: Permit me, before thanking you for your kind present, and wishes for my husband's welfare, to congratulate you upon the secession of Virginia — the birthplace of my mother, as well as yours. The elder, and honored sister of the Southern States, is received with tearful joy among us, and many hands wilt fashion stars with which to mark this brilliant accession to our galaxy. The possession of a work-box manufactured by little Southern girls, so industrious, so enthusiastic, and so patriotic, will be much prized by me; and I will leave it to my daughter with the note which precedes it, as a precious legacy. Long ere you reach the responsibility of a useful womanhood, may we have united peace to independence in our Southern Confederacy. Wishing you, my dear young friends, a long, a happy life, I have the honor to be, Very gratefully and sincerely, Your friend, Varina Davis. --Idem.
President Davis (search for this): chapter 285
Letter from Mrs. President Davis.--The following letter from Mrs. Jefferson Davis was written in acknowlegment of the receipt of a beautiful work-box, manufactured and presented to her by several patriotic misses of Petersburg:-- Montgomery, Ala., April 29, 1861. my dear young ladies: Permit me, before thanking you for your kind present, and wishes for my husband's welfare, to congratulate you upon the secession of Virginia — the birthplace of my mother, as well as yours. The elder, and honored sister of the Southern States, is received with tearful joy among us, and many hands wilt fashion stars with which to mark this brilliant accession to our galaxy. The possession of a work-box manufactured by little Southern girls, so industrious, so enthusiastic, and so patriotic, will be much prized by me; and I will leave it to my daughter with the note which precedes it, as a precious legacy. Long ere you reach the responsibility of a useful womanhood, may we have united
Jefferson Davis (search for this): chapter 285
Letter from Mrs. President Davis.--The following letter from Mrs. Jefferson Davis was written in acknowlegment of the receipt of a beautiful work-box, manufactured and presented to her by several patriotic misses of Petersburg:-- Montgomery, Ala., April 29, 1861. my dear young ladies: Permit me, before thanking you for your kind present, and wishes for my husband's welfare, to congratulate you upon the secession of Virginia — the birthplace of my mother, as well as yours. The elder, and honored sister of the Southern States, is received with tearful joy among us, and many hands wilt fashion stars with which to mark this brilliant accession to our galaxy. The possession of a work-box manufactured by little Southern girls, so industrious, so enthusiastic, and so patriotic, will be much prized by me; and I will leave it to my daughter with the note which precedes it, as a precious legacy. Long ere you reach the responsibility of a useful womanhood, may we have united
April 29th, 1861 AD (search for this): chapter 285
Letter from Mrs. President Davis.--The following letter from Mrs. Jefferson Davis was written in acknowlegment of the receipt of a beautiful work-box, manufactured and presented to her by several patriotic misses of Petersburg:-- Montgomery, Ala., April 29, 1861. my dear young ladies: Permit me, before thanking you for your kind present, and wishes for my husband's welfare, to congratulate you upon the secession of Virginia — the birthplace of my mother, as well as yours. The elder, and honored sister of the Southern States, is received with tearful joy among us, and many hands wilt fashion stars with which to mark this brilliant accession to our galaxy. The possession of a work-box manufactured by little Southern girls, so industrious, so enthusiastic, and so patriotic, will be much prized by me; and I will leave it to my daughter with the note which precedes it, as a precious legacy. Long ere you reach the responsibility of a useful womanhood, may we have united