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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
d his People in War and in Peace, in Prosperity and Adversity-Jefferson Davis. Governor F. R. Lubbock. 8. The Matchless Soldier, the Knightly Gentleman, Grand in War, Great in Peace—Robert Edward Lee. Norman G. Kittrell. 9. The Army of the Trans-Mississippi Department, Judge Chenoweth. 10. The patriotic Legislature of Texas, who has by its votes aided in the perpetuation of the record of the deathless deeds of valor wrought by the sons of the South on many a hard-fought field. Hon. W. T. Armistead was assigned and Representative Labatt responded. 11. The Ladies of the South, in Peace and in War. G. W. Jones. 12. The Press. Colonel J. F. Elliott. Our visit to Austin was rendered all the more pleasant by the announcement that the Texas House of Representatives had put into the general appropriation bill an item appropriating $5,000 to the Southern Historical Society. We were assured that there would be no question about this being ratified by the Senate and becoming a law
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Editorial Paragraphs. (search)
d his People in War and in Peace, in Prosperity and Adversity-Jefferson Davis. Governor F. R. Lubbock. 8. The Matchless Soldier, the Knightly Gentleman, Grand in War, Great in Peace—Robert Edward Lee. Norman G. Kittrell. 9. The Army of the Trans-Mississippi Department, Judge Chenoweth. 10. The patriotic Legislature of Texas, who has by its votes aided in the perpetuation of the record of the deathless deeds of valor wrought by the sons of the South on many a hard-fought field. Hon. W. T. Armistead was assigned and Representative Labatt responded. 11. The Ladies of the South, in Peace and in War. G. W. Jones. 12. The Press. Colonel J. F. Elliott. Our visit to Austin was rendered all the more pleasant by the announcement that the Texas House of Representatives had put into the general appropriation bill an item appropriating $5,000 to the Southern Historical Society. We were assured that there would be no question about this being ratified by the Senate and becoming a law