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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Sergeant T. P. Weston, 2d Sergeant Calvin Brice, 3d Sergeant J. A. McKenzie, 4th Sergeant R. E. Quinn, 5th Sergeant J. C. Hancock, Corporal T. C. Brice, B. A. Arnett, Private E. P. Allen, R. C. Arnett, W. B. Brice, J. Bunch, M. Blain, W. H. E. Cook, Jno. C. Feaster, J. L. Grissom, J. W. Henry, J. P. Hutchison, Private R. O. Hutchison, J. F. Joyner, D. T. James, W. Kerr, J. H. Ledingham, R. C. Levister, W. Lucas, R. A. Martin, J. B. Montgomery, W. P. Morgan, Thos. Munson, J. P. Parrott, J. W. Rabb, M. S. Steele, S. R. Sterling, W. T. Weir, W. K. Yongue. Co. I. 1st Sergeant F. A. McNinch, 3d Sergeant J. R. Limril, 4th Sergeant W. J. Davis, 5th Sergeant Wm. Corhill, 2d Corporal W. H. Ross, Private W. D. Barnes, J. T. Clark, S. Crosby, G. J. Carter, Private Jas. Kennedy, F. D. Kennedy, W. H. McLure, S. McNinch, I. A. McCay, A. Melton, W. J. Robins, D. S. Russell, J. T. Simril, Private A. Carter, Jos. Carter, R. M. Dunlev
vernment, held a meeting at Clinton Hall, New York, on the evening of the 16th inst., for the purpose of consulting upon and forming a plan to accomplish that object. The call for the meeting was signed by the following persons: E. J. Brown, Waldo Hutchins, J. De Peyster Ogden, John J. Friedman, T, B. Lawson, John S. Cook, Daniel Witter, Albert G. Hyde, John L. Cilley, Jas, L. Smith, Joseph B. Varnum, Geo, Peckham, Edward Simpson, Clinton Rosevelt, John Merchant, William E. Frost, Thomas Munson, and Robert S. Lyon. The platform of this new people's party, as agreed upon at a previous meeting of the above committee, is as follows: Whereas, the primary object of this organization is to defend and sustain the Constitution of the United States and the Union of the States; the vindication of the honor of the country by whatever antagouism assailed, at home or abroad; the suppression of rebellion and the punishment of treason; the encouragement and reward of loyalty, and