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[33] celebration of a birth that gave to the South this giant among its statesmen, its patriots and its leaders, and to the world another name ‘that was not born to die.’

There was great applause at the conclusion of the ceremonies.

Mrs. Smith arose and thanked the Army of Tennessee veterans for a beautiful bouquet which she had received, and Mrs. McLellan recognized the gift of a like compliment from Colonel Chalaron.

Then Dr. Palmer dismissed the gathering with the benediction.

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