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Testimonials from visiting soldiers. Washington Artillery—recollections of their Richmond trip. A Memorial address to their Howitzer Host—For miles they marched between masses of sympathetic friends—a new theme. The New Orleans Daily Picayune of June 20, 1890, printed the following, which will interest many persons: Last night the Washington Artillery held a regular monthly meeting, Colonel Richardson presiding, and a large number present. In addition to the regular routine work, committees were appointed, on motion of Adjutant Kursheedt and Lieutenant Baker, to get up suitable memories to be sent to the Richmond Howitzers, in acknowledgment and appreciation of their kindness during the recent trip of the battalion to Richmond. On motion of Captain C. L. C. Dupuy, it was voted that the following minute be spread upon the records of the battalion: Memories of 1861, 1865, and 1890. The Washington Artillery recalls the afternoon of May 27, 1861, when leaving our <