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Appendix L Correspondence between the Confederate commissioners, Secretary Seward and Judge Campbell: the commissioners to Seward Washington City, March 12, 1861. Hon. William H. Seward, Secretary of State of the United States. Sir: The undersigned have been duly accredited by the Government of the Confederate States of America as commissioners to the Government of the United States, and, in pursuance of their instructions, have now the honor to acquaint you with the fact, and to
, expect no notice from him of the new communication which they have addressed to him under date of the 9th inst., beyond the simple acknowledgment of the receipt thereof, which he hereby very cheerfully gives.
Judge Campbell to Seward
Washington City, Saturday, April 13, 1861.
Sir: On the 15th of March, ultimo, I left with Judge Crawford, one of the commissioners of the Confederate States, a note in writing, to the effect following:
I feel entire confidence that Fort Sumter will be