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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.10 (search)
War times in Natchez. [from the New Orleans (La.) Picayune, January 18, 1903.] By Mrs. G. Griffing Wilcox. Grand, exclusive, heroic Natchez, with her terraced hills and fragrant gardens, colonial mansions and prehistoric memories, was gorgeous in gala day attire. The Stars and Stripes floated from the domes and windows of all public buildings, and were stretched over the street crossings. General Tuttle, mounted on his milk-white steed, and escorted by his staff, paraded the principal thoroughfares. Handsomely-uniformed soldiers, arrayed in the paraphernalia and insignia of office, were moving hither and thither, reminding one of a vast assemblage of strange bright birds driven hence by terrific storms on foreign shores, but alas! the storm was in our own beautiful and loved Southland, and we were compelled, perforce, to look upon and admire the brillant plumage of these strange, bright birds, who brought not the rich tidings of all glorious things, but sad disaster,