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The Old South. [An address by Lieutenant-General D. H. Hill, on Memorial Day, June 6th, 1887, at Baltimore, before the Society of the Army and Navy of the Confederate States in the State of Maryland.] Comrades of the Society of the army and Navy of the Confederate States in the State of Maryland: Ladies and gentlemen—Ye
entle ministrants receive scorn, contumely and contempt for their gracious deeds to the friendless, the hated and the despised.
May God bless the noble women of Baltimore forever and forevermore.
But there came a time when my people owed a still deeper debt of gratitude to your generous city.
It was the time of the gentle fann f both of them to the presidency.
All, too, readily concede that the brilliant land-fights of that war were in defence of New Orleans, Mobile, Craney Island and Baltimore, all fought by Southern troops on Southern soil.
Although that war was waged in the interests of the maritime rights of the North, it soon became unpopular in