acrifice in her country's cause.
Almost at the same time a rebel officer of high rank fell near where Jenny Wade had perished.
The rebels at once proceeded to prepare a coffin for their fallen leader, but about the time that was finished the surging of the conflict changed the positions of the armies, and Jenny Wade's body was placed in the coffin designed for her country's enemy.
The incidents of the heroine and the hero of Gettysburgh are beautifully touching, noble, and sublime.
Old John Burns was the only man of Gettysburgh who participated in the struggle to save the North from invasion, while innocent Jenny Wade was the only sacrifice which the people of that locality had to offer on the shrine of their country.
Let a monument be erected on the ground which covers her, before which the pilgrims to the holy tombs of the heroes of Gettysburgh can bow and bless the memory of Jenny Wade.
If the people of Gettysburgh are not able alone to raise the funds to pay for a suitable