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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Unveiling of the monument to the Richmond Howitzers (search)
who introduced the orator, and Mr. Robinson, the orator, were Bishop Randolph, Mr. W. L. Sheppard, Hon. J. Taylor Ellyson, F. D. Hill, Jamess. Nothing could be truer or wiser than that which was said by John Randolph in the Senate of the United States: The natural death of slavers to me with which was associated a revered relative of my own—John Randolph; and I can never mention the name of this transcendent flame ofirginia owes to his singleness of heart and purity of service. John Randolph, by a will executed in the presence of Mark Alexander and Nathae emancipation of these slaves had been the undeviating purpose of Randolph's life, relinguished his absorbing interest under the will that hehronicle of the 9th instant says that the emancipated slaves of John Randolph, who recently passed up the Miami Canal to their settlement in or anything but our own proper business and families.—Speech of John Randolph in United States Senate. Undoubtedly we were not prepared t