the benefit of this proof.
Recently, however, this veracious writer of history has been proven to be a man of many aliases—a forger, a swindler, and fraud generally, and is now on trial for his crimes.
Surely the Century will now acknowledge its injustice to Semmes in allowing this fellow to write the story of The Alabama.
Confederates who will criticise adversely their leaders and disparage their comrades seem to be prime favorites with the Century.
Barnes's brief history of the United States has gotten into unexpected trouble.
In its zealous efforts to so sugar-coat the pill that gullible School Boards at the South would the more easily swallow as National their grossly partisan history, the publishers have brought upon themselves the charge of making a Rebel Book, and are under the necessity of making an elaborate defence (which some friend has sent us), and of proving that their book is not Rebel, but trooly loil.
If they will call on us we will give them a certificate t