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 people true to themselves than all others combined. Without these, by this time I believe our people would have forgotten the most glorious period of their whole history, and the splendid heritage which that period bequeaths to their children. The soldiers of the Army of Northern Virginia ought to be ashamed to let this association die as long as there is a ‘corporal's guard’ of that army left alive; and they ought to bind themselves in a solemn league to that effect to-day.
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