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he next six months, please come here immediately. Thompson was a citizen of Oxford, Mississippi, and said to of the Interior. The reason of the sending for Thompson was that the Confederate Government had decided tolement C. Clay, Jr., of Alabama, was selected as Mr. Thompson's fellow commissioner to head the Department of Confederate prisoners were enlisted in the cause. Thompson furnished funds for perfecting county organizationky Bay, made his escape. Reporting in Canada to Mr. Thompson, plans were made at once for the seizure of the turned to Montreal. About the 1st of September, Thompson's force of secret workers in the Southern cause hae day of the presidential election, November 8th. Thompson sent Martin with seven selected Confederate officeary The Camp in front of the Methodist church Thompson, and the project was finally undertaken by Martin . Benjamin remembered Martin. He enquired for Colonel Thompson. Continuing South, we fell in at Chester, Sou