tions, for the action of the meeting, viz:
Whereas, having lately heard the painful news of the death of our friend and former companion in arms, Captain Pierce Butler Anderson, of the Lee Artillery, as a mark of our appreciation of his courage, high moral worth and integrity of purpose, we adopt the following resolutions, to wit:
1. Resolved, That we sincerely regret that our State and the Government have lost so worthy a citizen and so gallant a soldier as Captain Anderson, and while we mourn that he is no more on earth we thoughtfully rejoice that his end came as it did, while he valiantly and nobly battled for his country and its cause, our a further testimony of our esteem for the lamented dead, we will erect over his grave in Tennessee a monument with the inscription: "To the memory of Captain Pierce Butler Anderson, erected by the First or Rebel Regiment of Tennessee, known by themselves as the 'Orphan Boys.'"
6. Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting