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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Unveiling of the statue of General Ambrose Powell Hill at Richmond, Virginia, May 30, 1892. (search)
nder will pardon the liberty, I will announce him by a name more familiar still to his old followers and comrades, Stonewall Jim Walker, the worthy successor of A. P. Hill and of Stonewall Jackson, the man worthy to voice the feelings and sentiments Dr. Jones spoke with his usual force and vigor, and throughout the crowd punctuated his sentences with cheers. General Walker's Oration. A splendid vindication of the South's love and reverence for her heroes. As General Walker came toGeneral Walker came to the front, his shattered and almost useless arm hanging limp at his side, a burst of applause went up that made the welken ring. He was in splendid voice, and spoke with a feeling that carried the crowd with him from the beginning. He said: Mrnor, and was elected. Of late years he has devoted himself almost entirely to his profession. General Walker, or Stonewall Jim Walker, as he is known to the veterans, was one of the most desperate fighters in the Army of Northern Virginia. The C