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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Treachery of W. H. Seward brought fire on Sumter. (search)
next day, April 13, Judge Campbell, through whom Mr. Seward had given his assurances to the Confederate authof the fort, wrote and published an open letter to Mr. Seward charging that systematic duplicity had been practn came in, one of the earliest acts of his Secretary of State Seward was to assure the Confederates in the most will add that there can be no mistake about what Mr. Seward promised the Confederates, for after each interviould put down in writing what he had been told by Mr. Seward, and then after reading the same to Judge Nelson,s, and after so doing, would report in writing to Mr. Seward what he had transmitted. Mr. Seward was, therefoMr. Seward was, therefore, kept posted as to exactly what communications were being sent to the Confederates. And to place the matte the very last communication which passed between Mr. Seward and the Commissioners, and which was on April 7, Mr. Seward was addressed in writing over the signature of Judge Campbell, and asked if the assurances which ha