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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
y the flood. Arriving at Memphis we were met at the boat by the committee, who were introduced by our friend, Colonel H. D. Capers, and were at once taken possession of so cordially that the salute fired in honor of General Lee's arrival was entirely unnecessary to assure us of a cordial welcome. Of our elegant apartments and entertainment at the Peabody House, our drives, dinners, lunches, suppers, concerts, receptions, &c., we have not space to speak. Suffice it to say that Major Thomas F. Tobin, chairman of the Committee of Arrangements, Major S. W. Hampton, General Colton Greene, General Gordon, Judge Heiskill, and indeed, the whole committee, and the whole people gave Colonel Capers (our agent) their hearty co-operation in making every preparation to honor General Lee and ensure the complete success of the lecture. Accordingly Leubrie's Theatre was filled on the night of the 13th of March with a brilliant audience. General G. W. Gordon made an eloquent and appropriate
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Editorial Paragraphs. (search)
y the flood. Arriving at Memphis we were met at the boat by the committee, who were introduced by our friend, Colonel H. D. Capers, and were at once taken possession of so cordially that the salute fired in honor of General Lee's arrival was entirely unnecessary to assure us of a cordial welcome. Of our elegant apartments and entertainment at the Peabody House, our drives, dinners, lunches, suppers, concerts, receptions, &c., we have not space to speak. Suffice it to say that Major Thomas F. Tobin, chairman of the Committee of Arrangements, Major S. W. Hampton, General Colton Greene, General Gordon, Judge Heiskill, and indeed, the whole committee, and the whole people gave Colonel Capers (our agent) their hearty co-operation in making every preparation to honor General Lee and ensure the complete success of the lecture. Accordingly Leubrie's Theatre was filled on the night of the 13th of March with a brilliant audience. General G. W. Gordon made an eloquent and appropriate