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Funeral procession in honor of Lieut. Gen. Thos. J. Jackson. The funeral procession which yesterday took place in token of regard for the lamented Jackson afforded the best evidence of the high estimation in which the deceased was held by the c
d chief officers of the Government, led by the Secretary of War.
The officers connected with the staff of Lieut. Gen. Jackson, mounted, with appropriate badges of mourning.
The Governor of Virginia, and other State officers, and respectable-looking gentleman addressed them in tones of condolence, as follows: "Weep not; all is for the best.
Though Jackson has been taken from the head of his corps, his spirit is now pleading our cause at the bar of God."
For hours after door over the face.
On the coffin was a silver plate, upon which was engraved the simple inscription:
"Lieutenant-General T. J. Jackson.
Born January 21st, 1824 died May 10, 1863."
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