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Pensioning of the Confederate soldier by the United States. Sound doctrine. [The following protest is simply the united sentiment of the Confederate soldier.
of Virginia, has read with pleasure the speech made by the President of the United States at the Atlanta Peace Jubilee, on the 14th of December, 1898, on which occas e Confederate soldier is unwilling to be placed on the pension rolls of the United States or to become the recipient of any of its bounties.
The time can never co e participants in the crowning iniquity of the war, the pension list of the United States.
We thank God that the sons of Confederate veterans, by the most conspic or movement looking towards the admission of Confederate soldiers into the United States National Soldiers' Homes.
That we here record our unanimous oppo Congress seeking to place Confederate veterans on the pension rolls of the United States; and to the end that such legislation may be defeated, we resolve that a co