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Confederate Echoes: A Voice From the South in the Days of Secession and of the Southern Confederacy (Classic Reprint)

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        LC ClassificationsMar 16, 2018
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        Paginationxvi, 132 p. :
        Number of Pages70
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        ISBN 100364746157
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In 1895 the town of Fort Mill, South Carolina, dedicated a monument that was paid for by former Confederate captain Samuel Elliot White and John McKee Spratt. BY FRANK MOORE, AUTH R OF " THE REBELLION RECORD," " DIARY OF THE AMERICA REVOLUTION," ETCH, ETC. He was long a Judge of the Supreme Court of Virginia, the father of the talented Jno. 17 15 Robert Stewart, 2d Marquis of Londonderry, known as Viscount Castlereagh, 1769—1822 was British foreign secretary, 1812—1822.

He died of pneumonia a few weeks later.

Confederate Magazine 1895 Volume 3

His leg was hopelessly shattered, and was amputated above the knee three times within a week; and then he was transported to Richmoud in a box-car, where the stump was so bruised that the artery was opened, and he bled to death at last. The avowal of such sentiments and purposes had so excited the displeasure of the Colonel, that he had cut short the correspondence by begging that he might never again be reminded that he was the brother of a traitor.

Northern Democrats, who represented just under half of the Union-state electorate, thought that the white population of the territories should determine whether slavery was legal or illegal there, but they agreed with the Republicans in maintaining that the federal government must leave slavery alone within the states where it was already legally recognized.

Bishop Polk was the classmate of my brother, and I thus enjoyed conversational reminiscences with him when he came to Richmond to receive his commission as a General in the Confederate army. Davis, 1868 [includes prisoner roster]• Two posts ago I began a series of reflections prompted by my visit to the battlefield there.

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The lUnion line was broken, and what was a few moments before a firm and resolute army, worn and bleeding, but pressing to victory, became a confused and panic-stricken rout.

Jefferson Davis rejected his proposal, but this did not prevent a more widespread debate throughout the Confederacy as prospects for victory dimmed. Barrow, Segars, and Rosenburg, the Kennedys, and other authors paid little attention to how actual Confederates understood the presence of camp servants and impressed slaves in the army both during and after the war.