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[127] say that the reward of one duty done is the power to do another. The reward of the duty so nobly performed in the past is that now you ladies have had the power to erect this monument of enduring iron and stone ‘to the memory of the hero soldiers of Petersburg, who sacrificed their lives for our South.’

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