Foster argues that it is certainly possible that Hamilton had a sexual relationship with Laurens.
Born in Laurens, S.C., in 1896, Davis grew up playing on the streets of towns and cities across the Piedmont South.
One of them reads: “I wish, my dear Laurens, it were in my power, by actions, rather than words, to convince you that I love you.”
Laurens then retired, and captain, afterwards Col. Shubrick, ordered a retreat.
You are acquainted with what I wrote some time since to Mr Laurens.
I am also informed, that bills on Mr Laurens are in circulation, and we have not yet heard of his arrival.
Human help—I cannot understand at all why Laurens goes to bed so early.
Mr Laurens is at Nantes, waiting for a passage with his family to America.
He turned his back on the boy, and conferred aside with Laurens.
It seems to be now certain, that some of Mr Laurens' papers were taken with him.