Very respectfully, Thomas Ellett, President.
300 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va., June 4th, 1887. Thomas Ellett, Esq., Pres't Pegram Battalion Association:
dear Sir—I thank you for the kind expressions which your letter of the 1st contains, and in accordance with the wish you express, I herewith send you a copy of the address delivered on the occasion of the unveiling of the Memorial Window at the Soldiers' Home.
Very truly yours, H. M. Jackson.
Address of Hon. John Fitzhugh lay, late Colonel of cavalry, Confederate States army.
To you, Major Randolph, Chairman of the Executive Committee, and to you, gentlemen, the authorities of Lee Camp, the Soldiers' Home, and of this beautiful Chapel, and as such, the custodians of its records, I address myself:
The Pegram Battalion Association have conferred upon me the proud distinction of delegating to you a valuable trust in the presentation of this register.
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