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gangway and came within view of the assembled throng, he was welcomed with hearty and long continued cheers.
At the appointed hour, the exercises were opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Smith, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church.
the oration.--Colonel Richard Yeadon (attired in the full uniform of the Wellington Rangers) then delivered an oration, of which the following is a synopsis:
He congratulated them on the completion of the first iron-clad ram built for the defence of Charleston Harbor — The Palmetto State.
The name was one redolent of victory; and this noble craft, constructed, as she had been, under the direction of the distinguished hero of the Koszta exploit, and commanded by the lineal descendant of the illustrious Governor and dictator of South-Carolina, John Rutledge, would, he trusted, prove herself not unworthy of that glorious name.
He then recounted the stirring story of the twenty-eighth of June, ‘76, and showed how hard-won was the unequal fight which