Jefferson Davis’s coachman in England

Davis’s late coachman now in Europe.  As inquiries are frequently made for William A. Jackson, – Jefferson Davis’s late coachman in Richmond, who adroitly made his escape to the Federal lines, and has since been lecturing in this quarter on the rebellion and slavery, – we would state that he has sailed for England, where he deems his testimony more wanted, by the perverted state of public sentiment in that country, than it is here. We trust he will meet with a kind reception.

                                                                                               (Liberator, November 11, 1862, pg 2)