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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memorial services in Memphis Tenn., March 31, 1891. (search)
ordon stood beside that picture and column and laid garlands of praise upon the tomb of their departed friend, and the Hon. Casey Young, in language both beautiful and eloquent, told of the departed one's career as a servant of the people and of his hoir and Orchestra. 9. Oration General George W. Gordon. 10. Rest, Spirit, RestChoir and Orchestra. 11. Oration Hon. Casey Young. 12. St. Cecilia—HymnNavarro. Arnold's Orchestra 13. Benediction Rev. M. N. Long. 14. BereftLenox. It hadis dead commander of old days. The choir then sang: Rest, Spirit, Rest. Address of Colonel Casey young. Colonel Casey Young said no words he could utter would add to the eloquence which had been showered upon the memory of General Johnstts true story is written, and the judgment will then be that Joseph E. Johnston was inferior to no man in the war. Colonel Young's speech was an eloquent tribute to the life and character of General Johnston. He told in clear-cut, ringing words