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The Daily Dispatch: April 7, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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the Chair appointed the following committee, viz: Major B. F. Grace, Sgt S. E. Clarke, Sgt W. J. Young. Sgt. C. Steward, and private — Anderson, 26th Ga. Regiment. Capt Farmer. Sgts. Robinson and Oglesby, privates A. J. Bond and J. C. Chew, 38th Ga. Regiment. Lieut. J. M. Goldsmith, Sgt. Hardy, privates Smith, E. H. Ellis and Presley, 6th Ga. Regiment. Lieut. Stripling, Sgts. Godbis, Wright, Hatcher; and private Vincent, 61st Ga. Regiment. Lieut. McGuinty, Sgts. G. C. Dearing and Bicks, privates W. W. McCray, J. H. Wooldridge, 31st Ga. Regiment. the committee reported the following preamble and resolutions, which were unanimously adopted: whereas, in our opinion the final success of the arms of the Confederate States is an absolute necessity to the perpetuation of our liberties as a people, and our preservation from the most galling oppression and tyranny with which a people were ever afflicted; and whereas, our obligations to God, to our count