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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
After a private interview with Mr. Davis, Mr. Blair returned to Washington and in a few days camonsultation was held, in the course of which Mr. Blair suggested to Mr. Davis that a suspension of Union. On January 12th Mr. Davis handed to Mr. Blair the following letter: Richmond, Va., Jan On January 18th, Mr. Lincoln delivered to Mr. Blair the following communication, with the unders letter of the 18th of January, addressed to Mr. Blair. It was intended that the affair should be the course indicated by him in his letter to Mr. Blair, of January 18, 1865, of which we presume yooper to state at the beginning that whatever Mr. Blair had said was of his own accord, and without the least authority from him; that when Mr. Blair applied for a passport to go to Richmond and desithority whatever to speak for him; that when Mr. Blair returned from Richmond bringing with him Mr. adoption of the line of policy indicated by Mr. Blair, and claimed that it would most probably res[1 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.18 (search)
After a private interview with Mr. Davis, Mr. Blair returned to Washington and in a few days camonsultation was held, in the course of which Mr. Blair suggested to Mr. Davis that a suspension of Union. On January 12th Mr. Davis handed to Mr. Blair the following letter: Richmond, Va., Jan On January 18th, Mr. Lincoln delivered to Mr. Blair the following communication, with the unders letter of the 18th of January, addressed to Mr. Blair. It was intended that the affair should be the course indicated by him in his letter to Mr. Blair, of January 18, 1865, of which we presume younderstood Mr. Stephens as referring to what Mr. Blair had suggested in his interviews with Mr. Davhout the least authority from him; that when Mr. Blair applied for a passport to go to Richmond andthority whatever to speak for him; that when Mr. Blair returned from Richmond bringing with him Mr. adoption of the line of policy indicated by Mr. Blair, and claimed that it would most probably res[1 more...]