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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Unveiling of the monument to the Richmond Howitzers (search)
The galleries were thrown open to the general public, and in the throng that gathered in them were many ladies. On the stage, in addition to Mr. J. Blythe Moore, president of the Howitzer Association, Rev. Dr. Dame, who offered the prayer; Mr. W. L. White, who introduced the orator, and Mr. Robinson, the orator, were Bishop Randolph, Mr. W. L. Sheppard, Hon. J. Taylor Ellyson, F. D. Hill, James T. Gray, Thomas Booker, J. M. Fourqurean, Judge George L. Christian, Carlton McCarthy, Rev. J. Calvin Stewart, Colonel W. E. Cutshaw, Major Henry C. Carter, E. D. Starke, D. S. McCarthy, Colonel G. Percy Hawes, Captain Beaureguard Lorraine, Captain E. J. Bosher, and others. The banner of the veteran Howitzers was borne by Mr. Thomas Booker, Rev. Dr. Dame holding the right and Mr. James T. Gray the left cord. The music was furnished by the Howitzer Band. Prayer by Dr. Dame. Mr. J. Blythe Moore called the assemblage to order and introduced Rev. Dr. W. M. Dame, who, he said, would open
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A Memorial. (search)
of Governor McDowell, of Rockbridge county. Its first pastor was Rev. Peyton Harrison Hoge, under whose ministry it was steadily advancing until his removal to Wilmington, N. C. He was succeeded Rev. A. R. Holderby, who was succeeded by Rev. J. Calvin Stewart, under whose administration another locality was chosen and a new church erected. This is now one of the most flourishing churches in the city. The old-market Mission. The second colony sent out from this church was the Old-Market t Church; Rt.—Rev. A. M. Randolph, of the Protestant Episcopal Church of Virginia; Rev. R. P. Kerr, D. D., of the Southern Presbyterian Church, and the following also had voice in the programme of the evening: Rev. H. C. Alexander, D. D., Rev. J. Calvin Stewart, Governor McKinney Lieutenant-Governor J. Hoge Tyler, Colonel C. R. Barksdale, Rev. P. H. Hoge, D. D., and Rev. H. H. Hawes, D. D. The concluding address of the evening was that of Dr. Hoge, returning thanks for the congratulations ex
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
. Smith, Rev. Dr., James Power, 289. Smith, Goldwin, on the subjection of the South, 47. Smith, Gen G. W., 32, 36; fellow graduates with, 79; tribute to Gen. Whiting, 141, 149; Supt. of Foundry in Georgia, Commander of Georgia Militia, 80 Smith, Judge Wm , 33. Smith, Hon. W. R., 299. Soule, Capt G. C., 87. South Carolina, Coast defense of, 62. South, The constant patriotism of, 300, 185, 189; English sympathizers with, 332, 344. Stevens' Battery, C H., 67. Stewart, Rev., J. Calvin, 260. Stuart's Battery, 233. Stuart, Gen. J. E. B, Address on, 87; his ride around McClellan, 90, 127, 185, 246. Sumter, Bombardment of Fort, 101. Swanson, Col. W G., 3. Taylor, of Caroline, John, 353. Terrell, Dr. U ,2. Thanksgiving, Dec 10, 1863, 26. Theatre in 1863, Richmond, managers and actors of, 3. Thermopylae, Pass of, 132. Thompson, John R., 259 Trainee officers in war, 66. Travel, Confederate rates of. 15. Tredegar Iron Works, The, 368.