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at different times prisoners, and nearly every one of them wears a scar.
One hundred and eighteen sleep their last sleep; they have fought their last battle, and no sound can awake them to glory again.
A company that had 170 men, fought fifty-seven pitched battles, had eighty-three men killed, thirty-five to die after the war, and fifty-two, by no fault of theirs, left wondering how it was possible that they escaped, surely deserve the credit of having tried to do their duty.
On the fourth Thursday in May, 1861, the ordinance of secession was ratified by the people of Virginia by 130,000 majority.
It did not wait for that, but had been in the field for more than a month previous to said action.
For four long years 500,000 of us, all told, on land and sea, fought more than three millions of soldiers, and absolutely wore ourselves out whipping them.
We fought the good fight; we kept the faith—are still keeping it—and when the problems, anxieties, and disappointments that abso