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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Southern Historical Society: its origin and history. (search)
ed but decidedly stricken across the signature.T. H. Richardson, M. D., S. M. Bemiss, M. D., Frank Hawthorn, M. D., John J. O'Brien. G. Waggaman, William S. Pike, J. L. Feurman. At a meeting held at the rooms of the Howard Association, May 1, 1869, General Beauregard was called to the chair. General Bragg, then, aeneral Braxton Bragg, Vice-President, and the following gentlemen representing the four professions, the Advisory Committee: J. Dickson Burns, Thomas J. Semmes, W. S. Pike, General Harry T. Hays. The initiation fee of members was fixed at $5.00, and the annual subscription $6.00. At this meeting A. L. Stuart was Acting SecretaBraxton Bragg, B. J. Sage, W. C. Black, Benj. M. Palmer, D. D. Colcock, John Turpin, Henry V. Ogden, R. Q. Mallard, Hugh McClosky, Edward Ivy, Wm. S. Pike, J. N. Brown, Robt. Lewis, Henry M. Smith, Charles B. Singleton, James B. Price, John W. Caldwell, M. D. At a meeting of the Society held June 13, 1870