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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
Percy Hawes, Lieutenant E. G. Hollis, Frank D. Hill, Philip Haxall, Charles M. Hopkins, S. H. Hawes, John T. Hartman, F. Hebring, Colonel Randolph Harrison, Charles H. Hasker, Major Charles Howard, D. C. Hill, J. B. Harvie, R. H. M. Harrison, Luke Harvey, L. W. Hannon, Alexander Hierholzer, J. Booton Hill, James Haines, John Hunter, Jr., W. R. Hall, Jerome Hill. William Ellis Jones, A. Jennings, J. William Jones, John B. Johnson, Thomas W. Jones, James Leigh Jones, Alfred O. Jones, W. J. Jatholic Union, the boys from the Male Orphan Asylum, carrying a large banner; the Washington and Lee University boys, numbering 125, with the University colors. At Thirteenth street the boys were presented with a handsome Confederate flag by Mr. L. Harvey, of Richmond, whose deceased son, Charles H. Harvey, was a student of Washington and Lee University last year. This and the handsome new banner procured of Hortsman Brothers, of Philadelphia, at a cost of $75, were carried throughout the pro