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- Address, 1864, given by Thomas W. Bullitt (1838-1910), while he was being held prisoner at Fort Delaware during the Civil War. Bullitt compares the Confederate cause to the siege of Leiden in 1574, when the people of the Netherlands revolted against Spain. This item is a copy written in 1885
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- Thomas Walker Bullitt was born at "Oxmoor," in Louisville, Kentucky on 17 May 1838. He was the son of William Christian Bullitt (1793-1877) and Mildred Ann Fry (b. 1798). Bullitt served with the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry during the Civil War. He married Annie Priscilla Logan (1847-1925) on 21 February 1871. Bullitt died in Baltimore on 3 March 1910.
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