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e called to pass in those fateful years between 1860 and 1875.
These were the years on which the fahree of the successful Breckinridge electors in 1860, John W. Moore, A. M. Scales, and William B. Recede.
V. Action of North Carolina Assembly, 1860-‘61.
With such sentiments as these from her endered at Appomattox.
There were for the year 1860-61 five tutors in the University.
All of them at Gettysburg.
He was one of 8 in the class of 1860 who received first distinction; within four yeajor; the second, Thomas Watson Cooper, class of 1860, was killed; the third, Edward R. Outlaw, freshman 1859-60, was promoted from lieutenant.
Hoke's North Carolina brigade was not less distinguisheere eighty members of the Freshman class of 1859-60.
But a single one (Titus W. Carr), remained to 60 had eighty-four members; two of them died in 1860; of the remaining eighty-two, it seems from theees.
At the close of the collegiate year 1859-60 (June 7th, 1860s), the whole number of students