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Doc. 145.-official correspondence between Governor Stanly and General Hill. Major-General Hill to Governor Stanly. Goldsboro, N. C., March 24, 1863. His Excellency E. Stanly, Military Governor of North-Carolina: sir: A letter from you to Major-General French has been referred to me as his successor. It was with deep mortification and pain I perceived that a son of the proud and honored house of Stanly should so far forget his noble lineage as to descend to low abuse of his own peo
on due to your exalted position, I subscribe myself your obedient servant, D. H. Hill., Major-General Confederate States Army.
Governor Stanly to Major-General Hill.
Newbern, N. C., March 27, 1863. To Major-General D. H Hill, C. S.A., Goldsboro:
sir: By flag of truce last night I received a communication from you of the twenty-fourth instant, full of insolent falsehood and blackguard abuse.
To those who know any thing of the peculiar traits of your character, it will be amusing