current reports of the introduction of arms by Nelson and others, Governor Magoffin on the 20th of Med from Washington through the agency of Lieut. Wm. Nelson and Joshua F. Speed, an intimate persona Kentucky at this time, was organized by Lieutenant Nelson in a quiet way at Camp Dick Robinson in tates senator, was active in co-operating with Nelson in the introduction of arms, but it was not atOffice, Washington, D. C., July 1, 1861. Lieut. Wm. Nelson, U. S. N., Cincinnati, Ohio.
On the 14th of July, 1861, Nelson in a letter from Cincinnati reported what had
For in the meantime, besides the presence of Nelson's force at Camp Dick Robinson, General Polk hacommand of the brigade organized there.
Lieutenant Nelson, U. S. Navy, who has done such good servl commanding, who will be pleased to see Lieutenant Nelson and confer with him in reference to furt Throckmorton, Acting Aide-de-camp.
Lieutenant Nelson within a few weeks was assigned to comma