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o a man whose name I cannot mention, because he is a United States Senator.
I know Davis's writing, and saw his signature, and in that letter he said he would turn Lee's army against any State that might attempt to secede from the Southern Confederacy.
This public assault, under the covert plea that it is based upon informatiohim) that the President of the Southern Confederacy had, during the progress of the war, changed his States' rights doctrines, and had threatened to use force-even Lee's army — should any State of the Confederacy attempt to secede from the Government.
He added: Yet I shrink not from a just responsibility for every word uttered th letter addressed to one now a United States Senator, which he knew to be in my handwriting and with my signature, in which letter I had declared my purpose to turn Lee's army against any State that might attempt to secede from the Southern Confederacy.
I also denounced this assertion as false, and demanded that General Sherman sh