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Chapter 13: Classes in the Confederacy Terror of a name insurrection Suppressing a religious meeting the safe ground a sad parting why prisoners' stories differ effect of Church Division the Darien road a wealthy planter. During the day, I walked out into the pines that I might be alone with my thoughts; and there in the solitude I mused upon all the knowledge that I had gained from my host, and also from my previous experience. Oh! thought I, if our people at the Nort
Northern papers which circulate in the South, and thereby bring them into trouble, I am constrained to suppress them.
We remained at this house all night, and bidding our new friends farewell, started the next morning on our way. We kept the Darien road, which I could recognize by the descriptions given of it by the negroes.
Our next stopping-place was far from agreeable, for every one in it was a strong secessionist-so strong indeed, that, when they found out our characters, they utterly