elp to teach the lessons of reverence for the devotion and sacrifice of our Southern men and women.
Several of these ensigns were captured from the cavalry arm of our service.
These men have waited patiently for forty years before having ample justice done to their heroism and valor.
The English historians are telling the story of their deeds and giving them full credit for their sacrifices.
From the frozen shores of the Baltic to the Isles of Greece.
The Isles of Greece—where burning Sappho loved and sung.
All Europe is delighting to honor their chivalric souls and measure their manhood by those of her heroic slain.
Scotland names them with those who fell at Bannockburn; England recognizes them in the spirit of Balaklava; and France counts them worthy to descend to posterity with those of her own Imperial Guard.
The best made and preserved flag here belongs to the Norfolk Light Artillery Blues.
On it is inscribed the battles through which that splendid command passed.