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tified, followed by massacres of the most cruel character, in which every imaginable atrocity was inflicted by the Indians upon their unhappy captives, General William Henry Harrison The same in whose honor I had in childhood seen many dough log-cabins baked and carried in procession, flanked by barrels of hard cider, to barbecues in the groves about Natchez, where rousing Whig speeches electrified the party. It was in praise of him, too, that the little children piped For Tippecanoe, and Tyler too, as they ran after the cortege. was directed by President Jefferson to make a treaty with the Sacs and Foxes, which was ratified in November, 1804, by which the United States bought the territory beginning on the Missouri River, thence in a direct line to the River Jeffreon, thirty miles from its mouth down to the Mississippi, thence up the Mississippi to the mouth of the Ouisconsin, and up that river for thirty-six miles in a direct line, thence by a direct line to where the Fox River l
Varina Davis, Jefferson Davis: Ex-President of the Confederate States of America, A Memoir by his Wife, Volume 1, Chapter 22: the secret service fund--charges against Webster, 1845-46. (search)
rsons and papers. Under this permission ex-President Tyler had been summoned to Washington. On therhoff, of Ohio. It was before them that ex-President Tyler appeared and exonerated Mr. Webster. ately he made a very low bow and saluted ex-President Tyler, who was strolling through the Exhibitio of others; he enjoyed and took his own way. Mr. Tyler remembered Mr. Davis also, and was gracious Mr. Davis was presented to him in 1836. Mr. Tyler accepted my husband's arm, and we walked sloadministration of the secret service money. Mr. Tyler said he had been summoned to testify before what mnemonics was, and be even with them. Mr. Tyler replied, and I think I remember the words ofd us the cow. A man came and milked her, and Mr. Tyler, Mr. Davis, and I took a tin cup of unpleasaenches and talked above me. In about an hour Mr. Tyler turned and said to me, in a wonderfully winnf the same tin cup with me to-day? Why, ex-President Tyler, and he is not the man the National Inte[1 more...]