is still at Shelbyville
He says that, whilst as an exile he is confident of kind and hospitable treatment and consideration from the generous and hospitable people, he desires to avoid all public appearance or demonstration and to live in some retired place as a retired gentleman.
He is fully sensible that, as an alien enemy, his residence in the Confederacy
is safety allowed by the generous consent of the Government
and people until he can return home safely.
He is confident that his character is well enough known to satisfy all that he is incapable of any word or act, whilst here, or on his return to Ohio
, inconsistent with the relations he sustains towards the South
during his sojourn amongst us.
The report of Mrs. Vallandigham
's insanity is a fabrication.
She wrote to her husband a week ago, enjoining him not to deviate from his high path of duty, honor, and patriotism.
, after the sentence of the Court
Martial, was kept in close confinement.
's staff officers communicated with him. He states that disgust and dissatisfaction prevails in the Northwest
, and the people will certainly rise and throw off Lincoln
's hated yoke.