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[378] and marched well, as did the Person county veterans. There were number of one-armed men, and some with only one leg.

General Roberts, who, because of his extreme youth, was known as the ‘boy brigadier,’ was State Auditor of North Carolina a few years ago.

Among the North Carolina officers who were here, but not in the parade, were Major W. T. Hughes, of the First Regiment; Colonel F. A. Olds and Captain Alfred Williams, of the Governor's Guard, Raleigh.

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