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Rare discipline.

General Wade Hampton was with the president of the society, General Bradley T. Johnson. The jolly company quickly distributed themselves around the long and spacious tables, all well-laden for their delectation. ‘Attention,’ cried President Johnson, and every man arose and reverently listened to a short prayer by Rev. William M. Dame, of the Protestant Episcopal Church, whom so many present had known during the struggle on Virginia's soil.

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