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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
l Archer Anderson, M. A. Allen, T. L. Alfriend, B. M. Angle, W. C. Adams, Charles J. Anderson, General Joseph R. Anderson, John Addison, W. S. Archer, Lieutenant E. R. Archer, A. C. Atkinson. A. G. Babcock, George W. Batkins, A. J. Berry, T. Roberts Baker, Henry Bodeker, R. T. Briggs, G. H. Baughman, C. C. Baughman, E. A. Baughman, A. J. Blackburn, Lewis Booker, T. J. Bowles, W. U. Bass, Major Thomas A. Brander, D. W. Bowles, Thomas Booker, W. J. Baker, L. N. Burwell, Colonel A. S. Buford, B.dd, Richard C. Wortham, J. Peter Williams, Frederick H. Williams, Thomas B. Wyatt, Charles E. Wingo. Second Company Howitzers.—Lieutenant William L. Shephard, Lieutenant Wallace McRae, Lieutenant Lewis Booker, E. J. Bosher, Thomas Booker, T. Roberts Baker, Luther R. Barnes, H. Y. H. Barnes, Robert S. Bosher, George L. Christian, Samuel S. Carter, Charles T. Crane, Henry Crane, Alexander Duval, John S. Ellett, L. B. Franklin, James A. Grigg, Samuel Gouldin, George P. Hughes, Stephen B. Hughes,
y's affairs, the best and most reliable men should be called to the councils of the State, and knowing that you possess the qualifications requisite to represent the true interests of Virginia in the State Convention about to be held, we earnestly request you to allow your name to be presented to the voters of the city as one of their delegates to said Convention. Very respectfully,your friends and fellow-citizens. Geo. W. Hobson, R. H. Meade, Hubert P. Lefebvre, W. Willis, T. Roberts Baker, V. H. Claiborne, A. M. Bailey, Wm. G. Williams, Th. Pollard, M. D., Jos. S. James, E. S. Taliaferro, P. A. Wellford, Chas. A. Rose, Thos. R. Price, R. P. Richardson, Ed. C. Drew, Maxwell T. Clarke, Walter K. Martin, B. E. Meade, Lewis H. Blair, Samuel J. Harrison, P. T. Moore, J. H. Claiborne, Wm. P. Paimer, M. B. E. B. Mende, Jno. P. Little. M. D, Geo. W. Jones, A. Morris, Loraine F. Jones, J. P. Duval, E. Payson Reeve. W. L. Bake
e councils of the State, and knowing that you possess the qualifications requisite to represent the true interests of Virginia in the State Convention about to be hold, we earnestly request you to allow your name to be presented to the voters of the city as one of their delegates to said Convention. Very respectfully,Your friends and fellow-citizens, Geo. W. Hobson, Samuel J. Harrison, R. H. Meade, P. T. Moore, Hubert P. Lefebvre, J. H. Claiborne, W. Willis, Wm. P. Palmer, M. D., T. Roberts Baker, E. B. Meade, V. H. Claiborne, Jno. P. Little, M. D., A. M. Bailey, Geo. W. Jones, Wm. G. Williams, A. Morris, Th. Pollard, M. D., Loraine F. Jones, Jos. S. James, J. P. Duval, E. S. Taliaferro, E. Payson Reeve, P. A. Wellford, W. L. Baker, Chas. A. Rose, N. P. Sheppard, Thos. R. Price, James Walsh, R. P. Richardson, J. H. Munford, Ed. C. Drew, R. M. Nimmo, Maxwell T. Clarke, J. H. Blair, Walter K. Martin, W. O. Harvie, B. E. Meade, F. J. Sampson, Lewis H. Blair, W. G. P
ciation, then excused himself from speaking, on account of indisposition. Rev. Chas, H. Read, D. D., of Richmond, made a few remarks, referring pleasantly to a recent visit to New Orleans.--The President, Mr. Burress, and Dr. Gwathrey then related touching incidents of camp lite and the battle at Bethel. The merciful Providence which had seemed to foil our enemies and give us the victories, was devoutly acknowledged in prayer, after which the Association adjourned, having enjoyed a most pleasant session. The following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing year: President--Joel B. Watking. Vice Presidents--Wm P. Munford, T. Roberts Baker, A. Bolling, Asa Snyder, Jas. Gordon. Corresponding Secretary — Alex. Scott. Recording Secretary — J. D. K. Sleight. Treasurer — S. B. Smith. Registrar — Jas. E. Burress. Librarian — P. F. Howard. Directors — James K. Lee, G. L. Bidgood, Wm H. Gwathmey, M. D., Albert Blair, R. H. Cunni
The exercises consisted in singing, praying, and reading the holy Scriptures; after which, the President of the Association, J. B. Watkins, Esq., read the annual report of the operations of the society for the past fiscal year. The association then went into nominating candidates for offices of the association for the ensuing year, which resulted in the election of the following gentlemen: President, Philip F. Howard; 1st Vice President, J. B. Watkins; 2nd do., W. Willis, Jr.; 3rd do., T. Roberts Baker; 4th do., William P. Munford; 5th do., George W. Anderson; Directors, Dr. J. Hall Moore, Dr. Wm. H. Gwathmey, Wm. H. Clemmitt, J. H. Peay, P. C. Nicholas; Corresponding Secretary, James Gordon; Recording Secretary, Mr. Sleight; Treasurer, S P. Smith; Register, J. E. Burress; Librarian, Asa Snyder. The association is in a flourishing condition and doing much good. It is the largest in the Confederate States in membership and in America, according to the ratio of population of the city.