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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
rn offspring of sudden occasion, but that grew out of the fact that he considered himself a member in the body politic, a joint of the great machinery that grinds out the people's progress and happiness; a spirit pure in its exercise, and one that sprang from a combination of disinterestedness, integrity and true benevolence, and is the product of the formative influence of many domestic charities. Some of you can recollect how promptly he came to the rescue, along with Judge Stamps, Hon. J. H. Maury and others, when the great fire had destroyed almost the entire business part of your town, and provided the means necessary to bridge over that almost fatal calamity. And before I pass from this line of remark, I would not fail to pay a tribute to that innate modesty that so adorned his character, and I had almost said achieved his greatness. He shrank from the gaze of men. He invariably took the lowest seat until invited to go up higher; and his whole life has been a beautiful co
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Life and character of Ex-Governor B. G. Humphreys of Mississippi. (search)
rn offspring of sudden occasion, but that grew out of the fact that he considered himself a member in the body politic, a joint of the great machinery that grinds out the people's progress and happiness; a spirit pure in its exercise, and one that sprang from a combination of disinterestedness, integrity and true benevolence, and is the product of the formative influence of many domestic charities. Some of you can recollect how promptly he came to the rescue, along with Judge Stamps, Hon. J. H. Maury and others, when the great fire had destroyed almost the entire business part of your town, and provided the means necessary to bridge over that almost fatal calamity. And before I pass from this line of remark, I would not fail to pay a tribute to that innate modesty that so adorned his character, and I had almost said achieved his greatness. He shrank from the gaze of men. He invariably took the lowest seat until invited to go up higher; and his whole life has been a beautiful co