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prosecution of the war, on motion, Lieutenant-Colonel F. H. Langley was called to the chair, and G. A. Nolting, company H, appointed secretary, and Lieutenant L. M. Blanton, company C, assistant secretary, and a select committee of nine appointed to draft resolutions. on motion, Lieutenant R. McC. Jones, company C; Lieutenant L. M. Blanton, company C; Sergeant B. M. Crow, company B; Sergeant E. Wright, company G; Corporal R. D. Jordon, company G; Private E. C. Hale, company K; R. J. Smith, company I; H. M. Walthall, company D, and E. F. Davidson, company H, were appointed. the committee retired for a few minutes, and returned and offered the following preamble and resolutions, which were unanimously adopted by the regiment: "Whereas, it is eminently proper, in time of public peril and despondency, that men should meet together to council, resolve and act; be it therefore 1. "Resolved, That to the humiliating propositions for peace made by President Lincol