r. Reagan, Postmaster General.
His wife was in North Carolina.
(Pages 508 and 509.)
Just what the historollowed upon Mr. Davis' flight from Goldsboro‘, North Carolina, I again quote from the historian of The lost cDavis for his present command in the forests of North Carolina, where the President had now come to him to ask regard the war as at an end. If I march out of North Carolina her people will all leave my ranks.
It will be.
In the meditations of his journey through North Carolina, the fugitive President, although anxious for hPalmer, had already burst from the mountains of North Carolina, and were in hot pursuit; while rumors reached r to concentrate the remnant of their forces in North Carolina, and make further head against our armies, or t the main body of his army, was at that time in North Carolina, moving northward.
Before leaving North Alabamga, another through Northeastern Georgia toward North Carolina, and was also engaged in watching the Ocmulgee