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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)
we have begun our effort we have received the names of fifteen who agree to go on this list. We shall publish the names in our next number, and sincerely hope that we may have by that time many others who will make the same pledge—$1,00, to be paid towards an endowment of $100,000. Send on your names at once, and get others to go in with you. 4. That much can be accomplished by lectures, concerts, and other entertainments, the great meeting in New Orleans last Spring, the lecture of Father McGeveney, in Baltimore, and General Lee's lectures, abundantly show. Let our friends (and especially our noble women) organize in every city and town in the South, to have lectures or entertainments for the benefit of this fund, and the work can be speedily accomplished. In a word, we have enlisted for the war in this enterprise, and we beg the warm sympathies, wise counsels, and active help of all lovers of the Truth of History. In Memoriam General B. G. Humphreys. Port Gibson,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Editorial Paragraphs. (search)
At all events we mean to make the effort. And even before we have begun our effort we have received the names of fifteen who agree to go on this list. We shall publish the names in our next number, and sincerely hope that we may have by that time many others who will make the same pledge—$1,00, to be paid towards an endowment of $100,000. Send on your names at once, and get others to go in with you. 4. That much can be accomplished by lectures, concerts, and other entertainments, the great meeting in New Orleans last Spring, the lecture of Father McGeveney, in Baltimore, and General Lee's lectures, abundantly show. Let our friends (and especially our noble women) organize in every city and town in the South, to have lectures or entertainments for the benefit of this fund, and the work can be speedily accomplished. In a word, we have enlisted for the war in this enterprise, and we beg the warm sympathies, wise counsels, and active help of all lovers of the Truth of Histor