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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.21 (search)
ry Institute. Some of his peculiarities shown. [from the Montgomery, Alabama, Advertiser, November 27, 1892.] Rev. J. C. Hiden, his former class-mate, gives New and interesting particulars. Stonewall Jackson, as a lieutenant during the Mexi Jackson did laugh when he read this document none of us ever found it out, as the paper was probably read in private. J. C. Hiden. Richmond, Va. Auburn, Alabama, November 19, 1892. Editor Advertiser: The above, clipped from a recent issue of y gave up their young lives at Gettysburg were of the class immediately after mine, and the now eminent Baptist divine, Dr. Hiden, was a plebe when I graduated. Many other amusing incidents connected with Jackson's career as a professor might be gid that our distinguished educator, Colonel James T. Murfee, with his tenacious memory and graceful pen will soon follow Dr. Hiden's commendable example. We would like to know especially what was Colonel Murfee's scientific answer to Old Jack's conu