John Quincy Adams
Joshua R. Giddings
Gen. T. W. Sherman
his report revised by President Lincoln
Seward to McClellan
Geneful relations to the Union, under the Constitution, will immediately remove. Simon Cameron, Secretary of War.
Gen. T. W. Sherman,
Not William T., who became so famous, but an old army officer, formerly 5th Artillery. having occupied the forts en to accept a copy of this document — those who were brought to parley insisting that there were no loyal persons (in Gen. Sherman's sense)--that is, no loyal Whlites — within their knowledge.
And no South Carolina journal intimated that Gen. ShermGen. Sherman's virtual pledge not to intermeddle with Slavery rendered his presence on their coast one whit less unwelcome than it would otherwise have been.
If any White native of South Carolina came over to us, or evinced a desire to do so, thenceforth till