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Some war history never published. Famous conference at Centerville when question of invading North was settled. Mr. Davis's Version of it. His letters that have never before been put in Print. Washington, May 10, 1906. Editor Times-Dispatch; Sir,—The papers which I send you, although lengthy, I think ought, in justice to President Davis, to be published; and I think they will be read with interest. All of the parties named are now dead. President Davis left the letters in my hands to use at my discretion. I think the time has now come when it ought to be given to the public, with the paper, Council of War at Centreville. I submit them for publication at your discretion. Very truly, Marcus J. Wright. Council of war at Centreville. October 1, 1861. The exact date does not appear in the records. That above is approximately, if not absolutely, correct. On the 26th September, 1861, General Joseph E. Johnston addressed a letter to the Se