ciety of the Army and Navy of the Confederate States in the State of Maryland; the Association of the Maryland Line; Beneficial Association of the Maryland Line; the Murray Confederate Association, composed of survivors of Company H, First Maryland, Company A, Second Maryland infantry, commanded by the gallant Captain William H. Murray, who was killed at Gettysburg; the Baltimore Light Artillery Association.
General Bradley T. Johnson is president of the first three associations, and J. McKenney White of the Murray Association.
The veterans of the Fifth Maryland, referred to above, arrived early in the morning by the West Point route and attracted considerable attention marching through the street.
They brought Southern's band with them.
There are three companies, under Colonel Henry D. Loney.
The McGill Catholic Union, the boys from the Male Orphan Asylum, carrying a large banner; the Washington and Lee University boys, numbering 125, with the Univer