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A remarkable feat of memory.

It was a matter of profound surprise to many that Colonel Anderson could deliver his speech without reference to manuscript, but those who saw him perform the same feat in his superb speech on ‘The Campaign and Battle of Chickamauga,’ before the Association of the Army of Northern Virginia, were prepared for its repetition.

The crowd was at its greatest while Colonel Anderson was speaking. It covered the entire space from some distance north of the monument to Broad street and extended from Lombardy street to the slope of the hill on the east of the monument.

[This address is given in full in subsequent pages.]

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