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twithstanding some mistakes, and despite the overawing of him on the 19th of April, was a Union man to the core.
I knew him well, and for more than three years had been in almost daily intercourse with him.
In dealing with the Union question he had endeavored to practice in the State the same Fabian tactics that President Lincoln so successfully carried out in his management of National affairs.
This policy on the part of the Governor was a wise one-at least it was so up to the 18th of April, 1861.
He paid respect to the opinions and humored the prejudices of the great body of his people, being himself, in fact, one of them.
He possessed great personal popularity.
His appearance told much in his favor.
He had a downright honest look — a very John Bull he was-softened with a most benevolent expression of countenance.
Of medium stature, thick set, rather corpulent, with broad head and face, strong features, prominent chin, mouth shutting firmly down upon molar teeth in front