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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A grand meeting in New Orleans on the 25th of April in behalf of the Southern Historical Society. (search)
ompson, J. B. Walton, B. T. Walshe, John Augustin, C. H. Tebault C. J. Leeds, R. H. Marr, P. N. Strong, Gideon Townsend, H. Abraham, J. I. Block, T. G. Richardson, H. M. Martin, Percy Roberts, J. D. Hill, Edw'd Villere, Rt. Rev. J. N. Galleher, W. F. Ogden, I. W. Patton, Frank Monroe, J. P. Davidson, I. H. Stauffer, Jesse K. Bell, E. D. Willett, Geo. Sebastian, G. A. Lanaux, Jules Aldige, L. Folger, Hon. E. J. Ellis, Carl Kohn, H. Dudley Coleman, N. H. Rightor, A. L. Tissot, W. M. Owen, James McConnell, I. N. Marks, Major B. H. H. Green, Henry C. Miller, John Chaffe, S. L. Stockman, Thos. J. Semmes, Howard McCaleb, Rev. F. A. Schoup. Secretaries.--M. McNamara, C. H. Lavillebeuvre, Thos. H. Clark, Chas. F. Buck, John J. Fitzpatrick, Branch K. Miller, Jos. D. Taylor, R. H. Brunet Jr., John K. Renaud. Governor Francis T. Nicholls then stepped forward, and in a few appropriate and pithy remarks explained the objects of the meeting and the purposes of the Southern Historical Soci
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Ceremonies connected with the unveiling of the statue of General Robert E. Lee, at Lee circle, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 22, 1884. (search)
. T. Beauregard,First Vice-President. M. Musson,Second Vice-President. S. H. Kennedy,Treasurer. W. I. Hodgson,Recording Secretary. W. M. Owen,Corresponding Secretary. Directors. W. B. Schmidt, Alfred Moulton, James Jackson, Samuel Boyd, J. C. Morris, J. J. Mellon, Ad. Meyer, W. T. Vaudry, A. H. May, W. J. Behan, J. L. Harris, E. A. Burke, I. L. Lyons, C. H. Allen, R. M. Walmsley, Lloyd R. Coleman, Cartwright Eustis, Ed. A. Palfrey, Arch. Mitchell, James McConnell, E. Borland. The statue having been completed, the board selected the anniversary of the birth of Washington, the 22d of February, 1884, as an appropriate occasion for the ceremonies of unveiling. Great preparations had been made for the event. An immense platform had been erected for the accommodation of subscribers to the Association and other invited guests, and upon which the ceremonies were to take place, while in front and upon the sloping sides of the mound at the base of
Gave security. --David Critchter, charge with trespassing on the premises of Jas. McConnell, gave $200 security yesterday before Alderman Sanxay. Peter G. Mason, charge with making an assailant Frederick De Hart gave $160 security. Both parties were then let off.
Additional policemen. --The following additional police were appointed by the Mayor on Saturday: James Fitzhenry, Andrew Clark, Isaac Wassaman, G. C. Gregory. A. F. Adams, William L. Kimbrough, John Turner, Pleasant Orange, John Knocker, John Kimbrough, John Hennessey, Thomas H. Bramlette, G. A. Jacobs, James McConnell, James T. Anderson, A. J. Hall, J. Armistead Allen, Edward J. Tyler, Frederick Biershenk, James D. Lyle.