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will be made. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Charles Griffin, Brevet Major-General commanding. Hon. C. H. Leonard, Mayor of Galveston, Texas. This order was without warrant of law. It was represented to General Griffin that nions over the remains of any one who attempted to destroy it. (Signed) P. H. Sheridan, Major-General U. S. A. Mr. Charles H. Leonard, Mayor of Galveston, Texas. The Southern people were learning that they who have laid down their arms have noe citizens of Galveston are hereby respectfully requested to implicitly conform to the terms of the above request. Charles H. Leonard, Mayor. Subsequent to the above, a meeting was called at the office of Mr. James Sorley, Mayor Leonard in the cMayor Leonard in the chair, when Colonel Smith moved as follows: Out of deference to the wishes of his old personal friends, the remains of General Albert Sidney Johnston will lie in state on the Central Wharf, where they may be visited. They will be moved by the p