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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Testimonials from visiting soldiers. (search)
n illustrious name. In peace they have won greater victories still—victories that have made hearts their willing captives. And now in our Louisiana homes, we have a new theme, The memories of our second trip to Richmond. Everybody pleased. But joyous and grateful memories remained in the hearts of all visitors and participants, and numerous were the resolutions of appreciation rendered and returned in print to the Richmond hosts. An unveiling Memorial. On the night of July 1st, 1890, the Richmond Howitzer Battalion held a drill in their armory, Captain John A. Hutchinson commanding. There was a full attendance, and the members of the Howitzer Association were present in force. Upon the conclusion of the drill the two bodies held a joint meetins, Captain Frank D. Hill, president of the Howitzer Association, presiding. Captain Hill presented to the Howitzers an offering from the Washington Artillery, New Orleans, with the following remarks: One month ago we