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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), United Confederate Veterans. (search)
s. R. Markham. The resolutions were adopted unanimously by a rising vote. Resolutions of thanks to the ladies of Jackson for the tasty and beautiful decorations of the hall, and to the citizens of Jackson for their hospitality, were adopted. At 7:30 the Association adjourned sine die. At 6 P. M., before the convention, Miss Eliza Winter, in an appropriate address on behalf of, and at the request of Mrs. General B. G. Humphreys, presented a portrait of the late General Humphreys, encircled with flowers, to Ben Humphreys Camp of Confederate Veterans, of Crystal Springs, Miss. Dr. D. P. Lockwood, of said camp, responded in an eloquent speech. At 8 P. M. Colonel J. L. Power, of the Clarion Ledger, adjutant of Withers' First Mississippi Light Artillery, gave a delightful reunion to members of that command, at his residence, 202 Amite street; and from 8:30 to 10:30 P. M., a reception was given by Mrs. Margaret Hays (Mr. Davis' daughter) in the State library in the Capitol.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 17 (search)
te veterans in carriages. 6. General J. A. Smith in command of the following: (a) Organized Posts Confederate Veterans. (b) Unattached Confederate Veterans. (c) Organized Posts Sons of Confederate Veterans. The Mississippi National Guard was represented by the following companies, in command of General Billups: Caledonian Rifles, Columbus Riflemen, Starkville Guards, Brown Cadets, Cadet Rifles, Lee Guards, West Point Rifles, Clarkesville Light Guards, Volunteer Southrons, Crystal Springs Volunteers, Mississippi Southrons, College Rifles, Mississippi Invincibles, Capital Light Guards, Oktibbeha Rangers, and the Warren Light Artillery. The artillery, with their Gatling gun exhibitions, were a Great feature of the day. Governor Stone was commander-in-chief, and the line of the march was headed by General Gordon, General Kirby Smith, General Cabell, General W. T. Martin, and other distinguished soldiers, General Joyce Smith being in command of the Confederate Veteran