Spies

"A person who secretly collects and reports information about the activities of another country or organization." (CD)

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Letter from M. Channing to General C. G. Dahlgren; September 10, 1861
Letter from E. L. Bowen to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; December 2, 1861
Letter from R. W. Roberts to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; April 21, 1862
Letter from H. S. Dabney to Mississippi Governor John Jones Pettus; April 28, 1862
Letter from A. Q. Withers to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; August 25, 1862
Letter from J. H. Campbell to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; May 12, 1863
Telegram from Melton Brown to A. Murdock; October 16, 1869
Telegram from Captain H. N. Morton to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 24, 1864
Telegram from Captain H. N. Morton forwarded to General Dabney H. Maury; November 24, 1864
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 08
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 08
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 08
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 08
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 08
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 09
Telegram from W. R. Poindexter to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 22, 1865
Telegram from J. J. Beauchamp to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 7, 1865
Letter from O. F. M. Holladay to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 19, 1864
Letter from Mississippi Governor Charles Clark to Captain W. E. Montgomery; February 12, 1864
Letter from R. S. Hudson to W. H. Mangum; May 24, 1864
Letter from Robert S. Hudson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; June 13, 1864
Letter to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 1, 1864
Letter from General Dabney H. Maury to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; September 5, 1864
Petition to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; July 7, 1862
Letter from J. S. Neal to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; July 6, 1863