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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)
rough, In God's most holy sight. Resolved, That this memorial be spread upon the minutes of the Society, and copies of it be sent to his family, and to the Southern Reveille and the Port Gibson News; and that it be published in the records of the Southern Historical Society. Nowell Logan, A. J. Lewis, Job Routh, J. W. Person, Amos Burnet, Committee. Life and character of Ex-Governor B. G. Humphreys of Mississippi. [funeral eulogy at Port Gibson, December 27th, 1882.] By Rev. D. A. Planck. The occasion that calls us together to-day is not only a sad one, in which it is proper to weep with those who weep, but it is also one of opportunity, in which it is befitting to speak forth the praises of a great and good man. It is not too late to say over the bier of a friend or patriot or chieftain what might have seemed indelicate and immoderate flattery if spoken in his living presence; for, while their are some men whom it is our duty to forget, burying their memories wi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Life and character of Ex-Governor B. G. Humphreys of Mississippi. (search)
Life and character of Ex-Governor B. G. Humphreys of Mississippi. [funeral eulogy at Port Gibson, December 27th, 1882.] By Rev. D. A. Planck. The occasion that calls us together to-day is not only a sad one, in which it is proper to weep with those who weep, but it is also one of opportunity, in which it is befitting to speak forth the praises of a great and good man. It is not too late to say over the bier of a friend or patriot or chieftain what might have seemed indelicate and immoderate flattery if spoken in his living presence; for, while their are some men whom it is our duty to forget, burying their memories with their bones; yet, there are others whom it becomes our duty to study; men whose lives are revelations, and whose histories are the unfolding of a manhood that reveals the purpose of their Creator. And such men merit our study, not only because their experiences may assist us in solving the problems of life (for such an aim might be marked with an intensit