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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.28 (search)
r Stringfellow. Major Brander said he was satisfied when the committee was appointed that they would bring in the right sort of report. He moved its adoption. Mr. T. W. Sydnor seconded the motion, and moved a rising vote, and the latter motion being carried, and the question being put on the adoption of the report, every member of the camp stood up. The adjutant was instructed to forward a copy of the report to Columbia Post. Rev. Dr. Ray said there were sitting near him two sons of Confederate veterans, who asked him if they could vote on the adoption of the report. He knew it was out of order, but he had replied, Vote, boys, vote. Remarks referring in complimentary terms to the committee who had drafted the report were made by Colonel Alexander Archer, Mr. A. G. Evans, Rev. Dr. Ray, and others. On motion of Mr. Philip Samuels, Rev. Robert C. Cave was elected an honorary member of the camp. The camp then adjourned. There was a very full attendance upon the meeting.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Index. Adams, John Quincy, on Secession, 31. Alabama Claims, The, 96. American Soldiery, Gallantry of, 40. Anderson, Col. Archer, 386. Appeal-Avalanche, The, Memphis, Tennessee, cited, 63. Arkansas Post. Its fall Jan. 11, 1863; report of Col R. R. Garland, 10. Arnold, Wm., 158. Artillery, C. S., Its prowess, 319. Association of the Army of No. Va. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting, Dec. 13, 1894; officers of, 334; some present at, 281 Atkinson, Col., John Wilder, 49. August, Col., Thos, P., 49. Aylett, Col Wm. R. His address; Women of the South, 54. Baldwin, Col. John B., Inspector-General of Virginia, 48. Bennett, Hon. R. T., late Colonel 14th N. C. Infantry, C. S. A., 81. Bernard, George S., 69. Blockades, Importance of, 89. Blue and Gray, Blending of the, 67. Boynton, Gen. H. V., 67. Bronaugh, Wm., 46. Brown. Col., Commandant of Fort Pulaski, 140. Buchannan, C. S. N., Admiral Franklin, 77. Burgwyn, Col. H. K.; killed, 123.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.42 (search)
away, Sped with smiles that changed to tears? Lee yet leads the lines of gray- Stonewall still rides down this way; They are Fame's through all the years. Given vote of thanks. Captain Parks was frequently applauded during his speech, and at its close he received quite an ovation. Captain Stratton moved that the thanks of the camp should be extended to the distinguished speaker for his eloquent and patriotic oration, and the motion was seconded, though before it could be put Captain Alex. Archer moved to amend it so as to include the thanks of the entire audience. The amendment was accepted, and the motion adopted by a rising vote. The Tony Miller Combination played several selections, and Mr. Eugene Davis, Sr., by special request, sang several dialect songs, which were liberally applauded. Judge Farrar speaks. Judge F. R. Farrar was called upon by Commander Peay, and responded very happily. He prefaced his remarks with a graceful compliment to Captain Parks, and
A Christmas party. --Twenty-two negroes, male and female, were arrested by Watchman Carter at the house of Alexander Archer, on Friday night, where they had unlawfully congregated for the purpose of having a high old time. The women were discharged by the Mayor on Saturday, after their respective employers had paid a fine of $3 each, but the men were ordered below for a slight flagellation. Owners and employees would do well to beware of giving their servants liberty to attend these social gatherings, for the Mayor has determined to enforce the law in every instance.