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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reunion of the Virginia division Army of Northern Virginia Association. (search)
Gettysburg, and the Wilderness, and will ever greet each other as brethren. General D. H. Maury. The Women of the South: Land of heroes, your endurance through the strife transcendent shines; Born of sunlight, 'mid the tempest stood ye firm as mountain pines. Dr. Thomas J. Moore. The Dead: Their dust sleeps well in the land of their choice, Their names in song and story; And fame shall shout with immortal voice, Dead on the field of glory. Hon. D. B. Lucas, of Jefferson county, West Virginia, whose exquisite poem, The Land Where we were Dreaming, has touched so many hearts, responded to the last toast in a speech which elicited loud applause. There has been so strong a demand for its publication that we are glad to give it in full. Speech of Hon. D. B. Lucas. In responding to the sentiment now proposed to the memory of the dead of the Army of Northern Virginia, I feel and appreciate both the difficulty and the sacred character of the melancholy duty which has
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 20 (search)
to Hon. Thomas Hughes, by Rev. A. C. Hopkins, D. D. Charlestown, Jefferson Co., W. Va., July 24th, 1882. Hon. Thomas Hughes, London, England: Dear sir,—I am pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Charlestown, Jefferson county, West Virginia (formerly Virginia). I read, years ago, with much pleasure your Tom Brown's Schoovit. I, John Avis, a Justice of the Peace of the County of Jefferson, State of West Virginia, under oath do solemnly declare that I was Deputy Sheriff and Jailer of Jefferson county, Virginia, in 1859, during the whole time that Captain John Brown was in prison and on trial for his conduct in what is familiarly known as ts. Charlestown, W. Va., April 25th, 1882. State of West Virginia,Ss.: County of Jefferson, I, Cleon Moore, a Notary Public in and for the county of Jefferson, Jefferson, State aforesaid, hereby certify that John Avis, whose name is signed to the foregoing affidavit, this day personally appeared before me, in my county aforesaid, and