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General A. P. Hill. Presentation of his statue to A. P. Hill Camp, Petersburg, Virginia. Interesting ceremonies-distinguished visitors from Richmond—Speeches made on the Occasion—The banquet and toasts. [From the Petersburg Index. Appeal, November 30, 1892.] The unveiling of the imposing statue of General A. P. Hill, a gift from the Pegram Battalion Association, of Richmond, to A. P. Hill Camp, of this city, which took place last evening in the hall of the camp, on Tabb street, wi
Commander W. Gordon McCabe, Major Robert Stiles, Mr. Joseph Bryan, of the Richmond Times; Colonel William P. Smith, Captain John Tyler, Commander A. W. Archer, William R. McKenney and others.
Commander McCabe read the following letter:
Petersburg, Va., November 29, 1892.
dear Sir—It was very kind of you to have called in person to extend the invitation to the unveiling ceremonies which are to be had at your Confederate camp this evening.
I appreciate sincerely the consideration in gen<