eet — the Louisville Democrat with recruting for the rebel army in Kentucky, and that he had written the letter read to-day.
He paid no attention to these until old friends wrote him. He then wrote the other letter, which was more offensive here than the former.
If he was guilty of treason it was for writing the letter to Jeff. Davis, introducing Thomas B. Lincoln.
Mr. Lincoln was born in Philadelphia and reared there, and came West to live.
He did the largest business of any man in Indiana, as a wholesale merchant, and established a character for truth and probity; he then went to Texas and engaged in the raising of cattle; he came here afterwards to forward the project of the Pacific Railroad.
He (Mr. Bright) had no recollection of this letter, but he must have written it. He had also given Lincoln a letter to Capt. Franklin, and would read both to show that they were similar in language.
When he addressed the letter to Davis by his title he was only following the example