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A Roster of General Officers , Heads of Departments, Senators, Representatives , Military Organizations, &c., &c., in Confederate Service during the War between the States. (ed. Charles C. Jones, Jr. Late Lieut. Colonel of Artillery, C. S. A.) 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 1, 1860., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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niaCommissioner to Europe, especially to the Court of England; delegate from Virginia to the Provisional Congress. Hon.John SlidellLouisianaCommissioner to Europe, especially to the Court of France. Hon.William L. YanceyAlabamaCommissioner to Great Britain; Confederate Senator from Alabama, &c. Hon.A. Dudley MannVirginiaCommissioner to Beigium. Hon.P. A. RostLouisianaCommissioner to Spain. Hon.L. Q. C. LamarMississippiCommissioner to Russia. Major-General William PrestonKentuckyCommissioner to Mexico; Brigadier-General and Major-General in the Confederate army. Colonel John T. PickettKentuckyCommissioner to Mexico; Colonel in the Confederate army. Bishop P. N. Lynch, D. DSouth CarolinaCommissioner to the States of the Church. Hon.John ForsythAlabamaCommissioner to the United States of America. Hon.Martin J. CrawfordGeorgiaCommissioner to the United States of America; delegate to the Provisional Congress. Hon.A. B. RomanLouisianaCommissioner to the United States of America.
by authorized, to call into the service of this State, from time to time, such portion of the militia as may be required to meet the emergency." "A Secessionist," in the columns of the Columbia Guardian, suggests the Hon. John S. Presion as a proper person to fill the office of Governor of South Carolina, saying that "no one, perhaps, among us, would discharge the duties of the Executive with more ability, and vindicate more fully the ancient honor and glory of Carolina." Rev. P. N. Lynch, D. D., Catholic Bishop of Charleston, withdraws his name from the list of candidates for the Convention of South Carolina. He says: "I appreciate the compliment, but I must say, that besides being unwilling to occupy a very responsible position, for the duties of which I have not been trained, and feel myself unfitted, I see that the special engagement of my clerical position will call me repeatedly away from the State, and would otherwise prevent my attending the Convention. Henc