Found 154 total hits in 35 results.
nd that the collectors could carry out the instructions of the Secretary of the Treasury or not as they had the power at said places, and that he would return all fugitive slaves that night escape from Kentucky and come to either of his encampments.
There was some other conversation, but this embraces according to my recollection, what was said upon — the profited eluded to. Before this interview I understood from General Buckner that General McClellan had agreed on the 10th ultimo, at Cincinnati, Ohio, to respect the neutrality of Kentucky. I am very respectfully, Your obedient servant, J. M. Bigger.
On the 13th day of June, 1861, we, the undersigned, were in company with General Buckner in the private room of General McClellan, in Cairo, Illinois.
We had gone to Cairo in consequence of a fonding made at Columbus, Kentucky, by some of the Federal troops from Cairo on the previous day. In a conversation between General McClellan and ourselves, which was marked by unreser