nia), Loyalty in the State, The Confederate Government and the State, Personals, Obituaries, Arrests, etc., The Specie and the Treasury of Virginia, The War in Virginia, Richmond (the siege of), Norfolk (Geneeral Butler's Rule, etc.), Saltville, Hampton—Burning of the Town, Slavery and Emancipation, The Peace Question (efforts of the Committee of Nine), Department of Confederate Regiments, Department of Confederate Generals, Biographical Sketches, etc.
At the last session of Congress a bill een devotedly engaged for more than thirty years, and upon which, it is claimed, and credibly, that he has expended in money more than the sum proposed to be paid to him by the Government.
In the United States Senate, September 17, 1891, the Hon. Wade Hampton, of South Carolina, thus urged its purchase:
I did not have the opportunity of hearing the remarks of the Senator from New York [Mr. Evarts], but I am somewhat familiar with this compilation, knowing Mr. Townsend and having had som