and future ages the valor of our men, there is nothing in marble, granite or brass to immortalize the courage, fortitude—nay, heroism of the women of the South.
Only a few weeks ago a monument was completed to the memory of the mother of George Washington, about one hundred years after it ought to have been done, and at last, mainly through the exertions of her own sex.
It is to ask you to-night that I come to aid a movement that shall give to the women of the Southern Confederacy a monumefore the sun sinks into his ocean bed, let his last rays from the West, coming across ocean and continent, passing over the city of the dead (Hollywood) and of the living (Richmond), light up the heroic forms in bronze of Robert E. Lee and George Washington, forming, as they reach the Confederate soldier and the Confederate woman, through the falling rain, a gorgeous rainbow, spanning the whole eastern sky, a heavenly crown for the brave man and lovely woman standing there, glorious in the bow
report to General Wheeler, 7th Alabama Cavalry.
Appointed to rank Dec. 20, ‘62, reported to Medical-Director, April 30, ‘64, 7th Alabama Regiment.
Currey, Geo. Washington, Surgeon, appointed by Secretary War to rank May 14, ‘62. Dec. 31, Catoosa Springs, Jan. 31, ‘63, Ringgold, Ga. Passed Board at Charleston, S. C., Aug. 13, ‘6
Powell, Albert A., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War to rank from Aug. 27, ‘62. Dec. 31, ‘62, attache Medical-Director's Office.
Posey, George Washington, detailed.
Dec. 31, ‘62, Ringgold, Georgia.
Prout, W. H., Assistant Surgeon, Ferel's Battery.
Portwood, W. A., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secreta, Assistant Surgeon. May 18, 1863, ordered to report to Medical-Director A. J. F., May 24, ‘63, ordered to report to F. A. Ross, Medical-Director.
Tribble, Geo. Washington, Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War to rank July 18, ‘63.
Passed Board at Chattanooga July 18, ‘63. July 31, ‘63, 6th, 10th, 1