Davis was sent to Savannah.
Thence he was carried to Fortress Monroe in the steamer Clyde, under a heavy guard, commanded brious.
Mr. Secretary Stanton ordered the casemates at Fortress Monroe to be prepared under the special direction of Major-Ge that it would be well to send a special commander for Fortress Monroe, adding, the present one is a faithful officer, but no 560.)
On the 19th of May the steamer Clyde reached Fortress Monroe, having aboard Mr. Davis and family, Mr. Stephens, Mr. great.
He asked that light be given him, thus:
Fortress Monroe, Va., June 6, 1865. General Townsend:
General,—Shall er, Mr. Davis could stand it in Richmond as well as at Fortress Monroe, and his counsel would all willingly serve him under a
The young Major-General who acted as jailor at Fortress Monroe is pehaps the most notable of the exceptions which prove tte (221 War of the Rebellion, 919):
Confidential. Fort Monroe, Va., May 28, 1866. General E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adju