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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.37 (search)
pendence. No objection ought to outweigh it which is not weightier than independence. If it is worthy of being put in practice, it ought to be mooted quickly before the people, and urged earnestly by every man who believes in its efficacy. Negroes will require much training, training will require time, and there is danger that this concession to common sense may come too late. P. R. Cleburne, Major-General Commanding Division; D. C. Govan, Brigadier-General; John E. Murray, Colonel 5th Arkansas; G. F. Baucum, Colonel 8th Arkansas; Peter Snyder, Lieut.—Col. Commanding 6th and 7th Arkansas; E. Warfield, Lieutenant-Colonel 2d Arkansas; M. P. Lowry, Brigadier-General; A. B. Hardcastle, Colonel 32d and 45th Mississippi; F. A. Ashford, Major 16th Alabama; John W. Colquitt, Colonel 1st Arkansas; Richard J. Person, Major 3d and 5th Confederate; G. L. Deakins, Major 35th and 8th Tennessee; J. H. Collett, Captain, Commanding 7th Texas; J. H. Kelly, Brig.—Gen., Commanding Cavalry Divisi