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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Hagood's brigade: its services in the trenches of Petersburg, Virginia, 1864. (search)
one of its representatives, held with Hon. Thomas J. Semmes, of New Orleans, which follows: Mr. Semmes said it always afforded him pleasure to converse on the events of the war, particularly tenate, organized under the new constitution, Mr. Semmes and General Edward T. Sparrow were chosen se In speaking of his services in the Senate, Mr. Semmes said he was appointed a member of the financtioned as to the seal which he had designed, Mr. Semmes said it was a device representing an equestrmotto as Deo Duce Vincemus being considered, Mr. Semmes moved to substitute Deo vindice majores aemuen suggested by Professor Alexander Dimitry. Mr. Semmes thought Deo vindice sufficient and preferred interesting to reproduce the speech made by Mr. Semmes on that occasion. It was as follows: onsistent with confederate institutions. Mr. Semmes moved to amend by substituting vindice for dking his leave, the reporter was informed by Mr. Semmes that he did not know the seal was in existen