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V. August, 1861 My son Custis appointed clerk in the War Department. N. Y. Herald contains a pretty correct army list of the C. S. appearance of Plug Uglies. President's rupture with Beauregard. President sick. alien enemies ordered away. brief interview with the President. immediate. large numbers of cava
a terrible one before they can be convinced that a reduction of the rebellion is not a practicable thing.
To-day Mr. Walker inquired where my son Custis was. I told him he was with his mother at Newbern, N. C. He authorized me to telegraph him to return, and he should be appointed to a clerkship.
Co S. Army Regulations to the service of the Confederate States.
It is only to strike out U. S. and insert C. S., and yet the colonel groans over it.
Custis arrived and entered upon the discharge of his duties.
Saw Col. Pendleton to-day, but it was not the first time.
I have seen him in the pulpit, and
Ix. December, 1861 Gen. Lee ordered South. Gen. Stuart ambuscaded at Drainsville. W. H. B. Custis returns to the Eastern Shore. Winder's detectives. Kentucky secedes. Judge Perkins's resolution. Dibble goes North. waiting for great Britain to do something. Mr. Ely, the Yankee M. C. December 1 The people here begin to murmur at the idea that they are questioned about their loyalty, and often arrested, by Baltimore petty larceny detectives, who, if they were patriotic th
s home were paid by the government; and officers of unimpeachable veracity are ready to testify that Gen. Stuart was misled by these very men.
Quite a commotion has been experienced in official circles by the departure of Mr. W. H. B. Custis, late Union member of the Virginia Convention, without obtaining a passport to leave the city.
Some of his secession constituents being in the city, reported that they knew it was his purpose to return to the Eastern Shore of Virginia, an