or numbers, has grown faint.
Already, time lends to the events of that struggle, which were the most energetic and tumultuous in their accomplishment, the air of repose.
The South, inspired by lofty ideals of duty and stimulated by precious faith, has done well in preserving, amidst poverty and toil, the wholesome truths of that great struggle.
The fullness of time has come.
The daughters and granddaughters of the regiments that followed the leadership of Lee and Jackson, Branch and Bragg, upon the crested ridge amid the stormy presence of Battle—the women of our State have set up a stone for a pillar, to testify to unborn ages our reverence for our dead.
Jacob, who is woven into the text and fibre of the Book of Genesis as a thread of gold may be woven into cloth, set up a stone to commemorate a solemn epoch in his life, and named the place whereon the stone was set up—Bethel.
Verily, there is no new thing under the sun.
In the vision of John, that sublime and patheti
‘63, to rank from Nov. 21, ‘62, report to General Bragg. Sep. 30, ‘63, Holmes' Brigade Hospital, O, Ala. Sept. 29, ‘62, ordered to report to General Bragg, July 31, ‘63, Medical Inspector Stewart's War to rank from June 4. ‘62, reported to General Bragg. Nov. 16, ‘63, ordered to report to S. H. June 2, ‘63, to rank Dec. 9, ‘62, report to Gen. Bragg.
Court-martialed Jan. 31, ‘64.
Jackson, ank from Nov. 29, ‘62.
Ordered to report to Gen. Bragg Oct. 31, ‘63. Acting Chief Surgeon Buckner's.
Georgia Regiment. Reported with comd.
to Gen. Bragg. April 30, ‘64, 5th Georgia.
Moss, Williae 2, ‘63, to rank Dec. 5, ‘62, reported to General Bragg.
Ordered to report to General Forrest, Ju., April 23, ‘63, Medical-Director Hospitals Gen. Bragg's Army.
May 29, ‘63, Inspector Hospitals Ge War to rank Nov. 16, ‘62, and reported to General Bragg.
Passed Board, at Oxford, Miss, Nov. 16, k from July 8, ‘62, and ordered to report to Gen. Bragg. May 2, ‘63, assigned to Academy Hospital.