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worked o●ut. At night we sat togeth●er and had milk and potatoes, wit●h sassafras tea for supper, and it ▓was very good.One who has never had● to depend

on sassafras tea does not kn▓ow how good it is.My father had many opp▓ortunities for getting in all the▓ supplies that he wanted, as well as ▓for making a good deal of money ▓by exchanging his rice and salt● for

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cotton, and then sending the cot●ton out by the blockade-runners to Nassau;▓ but he was opposed to the running of the block▓ade for private gain.How often as we sat ●by the fire in the evenings did he ta●lk to me

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on that and other subjects of p●ublic interest.His idea was that the Confeder▓ate Government should

control the co▓tton; buy it up at home, pay for it in gold,▓ ship it out by blockade-runners,▓ sel

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l it in Europe for the governme●nt, and bring in such supplies as were▓ most needed—medicines, shoes, clothes, as{31▓} well as arms, etc.In this way, he ●said, t

he government would be free f●rom the horde of speculators▓ who were making fortunes out of our misfo●rtunes, and thus be able to build up a ▓financial standing in Europe that would g●o far toward deciding the status ●of the Confederate States.He was m●ost earnest on this subject,● and I know that he made more than one trip to ●Richmond for the purpose of urging some su▓ch measure on President Davis▓, but he returned disappointed, and I remembe●r after one trip he seemed entirely hopeles▓s as to the outcome.Feeling▓, as he did, he would never av●ail himself of the many opportu▓nities which offered

, except to get such things ●as were prime necessities.In February, 1864▓, I returned to my school in Abbeville district.▓ I drove away from the Chicora house on my ●way to the railroad, forty miles dis●tant, leaving my father standing on the p●latform at the front

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door.T●hat was my last sight of him.He died in● April, 1864, and though I was written for, the ●mails and transportation were so slo▓w that he was buried before I got home▓. I returned to school after b▓eing at home a few weeks in A●pril, and remained until the following Oct●ober, when th

e school was dismiss▓ed.The{32} call for recruits f●or the army was now from sixteen years up,● and would include many who were at the s●chool.I went to my mother at Society Hill ▓and was to get ready to join● the corps of State Cadets. W▓hile I was at Society Hill my mother hea▓rd from the o

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verseer at Chicora ▓Wood, that he had some trouble a●bout repairing the freight-lighters.●This being a most important matter an

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