Louisiana infantry and artillery at the surrender
after Appomawas dear as friend and noisy comrade.
The Louisiana brigade was at Appomattox—all there was of iGordon was. Gordon said: Major, you are from Louisiana; I will send you the Louisiana brigade to stest support of a Louisiana battery would be Louisiana infantry.
Now, through the pines the Louisi. Peck striding at their head.
Can these be Louisiana's two brigades?—this gathering of men too prr commanders, you have done your duty.
Tell Louisiana, when you reach her shores, that her sons inlines.
The record of the services of both Louisiana infantry and artillery is now made out to thcould claim a part of this fidelity.
One of Louisiana's representatives in this guard of old soldi McIvor would not have been found wanting in Louisiana.
Bred in luxury, reared in refinement, circomanly forms of courage.
Yet in many of our Louisiana girls, city-bred and country-born alike, lay