n from our people, while her varied accomplishments, sweet disposition, and charming manners have won the hearts of all who have met her.
On motion of General Joseph R. Anderson, the old officers—with the exception of Captain Walter K. Martin, deceased, whose place was filled by Mr. Lewis Ginter—were re-elected as follows: President, General William B. Taliaferro; Vice-Presidents, General William Smith, Colonel Charles Marshall, Colonel James H. Skinner, General T. T. Munford, and Captain P. W. McKinney; Chaplain, Dr. J. William Jones; Executive Committee, Colonel William H. Palmer, Colonel Archer Anderson, Sergeant George L. Christian, Major T. A. Brander, Sergeant John S. Ellett, and Major Lewis Ginter; Treasurer, Sergeant Robert S. Bosher; Secretary, Private Carlton McCarthy.
Colonel Archer Anderson presented a fit and touching tribute to Captain Walter K. Martin.
General Taliaferro, in a few eloquent words, appropriately introduced as orator of the evening his distinguish
of Jeff. Davis, 125, 131; His Course created the Confederacy, 219; Effect of his call for Troops from the South, 227.
Lopez's Cuban Expedition, 49.
Loring, General W. W., Order of, 167.
Louisiana, Acquisition of, 91, 433.
Louisiana Tiger Battalion, 47, 54.
McCabe, Captain, W. Gordon, his Tribute to James Barron Hope, 208; Address of, at Petersburg, Va., June 9, 1890, 395.
McClellan's Advance on Richmond, 323.
McClure, A. K., 354.
McCrady, Major, John, 68, 74.
McKinney, Governor P. W., Remarks of, 299.
McLaws, General, Lafayette, 68, 73, 74, 75.
Manassas, First Battle of 54.
Marshall, Col. Charles, his Oration at the laying of the Corner-stone of the Lee Monument, 215.
Maryland Troops at the Dedication of the Lee
Monument, 270; Veterans, 285
Masonic Ceremonies at the laying of the Corner-stone of the Lee Monument, 205.
Maury, Col. Richard L., 291.
Meade, Bishop, Wm., 368.
Medicine in the South, Progress of, Address by Hunter McGuire, M. D.,
Lee Camp, Action on the Death of Gen. J. E. Johnston, 159
Lee. Gen. W. H. F., 126.
Ledlie. Gen., 53, 26.
Letcher, Gov., John, Burning of the home of, 393.
Lincoln County, N. C., Birth-place of heroes, 223.
Littlepage, Capt. H. B., 364.
Loehr, Col. Charles T., on Point Lookout., 97.
Long, Gen. A. L., Death of, 81.
Lovenstein, Hon., Wm., 364.
McCabe, Capt., W. Gordon, Addresses by, 22, 35, 37, 153.
McGuire, Dr., Hunter, 249.
Mcllvane, Bishop C. P., 371.
McKinney, Gov. P. W., Address of, 142.
McMaster, Col. F. W., 36
McRae. Gen. Wm., 325.
Mahone's Brigade, 3, 4; time of charge of, at the Crater, 33, 61.
Malvern Hill, Battle of, account of by Geo. S. Bernard, 56; Gen. McGruder's, 58, 62; Gen. Lee's, 62: Gen. F. J. Porter on, 64; Gen.
McClellan, 65; Gen. Couch, 66; Gen. Early, 69.
Manship, Mrs., Luther, her Sentinel Song, 312.
Marshall, Col. Charles, his contributions to history, 73
Marshall, Col. Thos.. Death of, 282.
utionally unable to make direct appropriations of money to help said home, but has given the rent from a large public building to this purpose, running from fifteen hundred to two thousand annually in value.
Respectfully, W. H. King, Adjutant-General.
State of Virginia.
Adjutant-General's office, Richmond, Va., August 22, 1891. Prof. Joseph Jones, Surgeon-General United Confederate Veterans, 156 Washington avenue, New Orleans, La.:
Sir—You letter of the 17th inst. to Governor McKinney, requesting information as to the number of troops from Virginia in the Confederate armies; character of their organizations; numbers killed, wounded, died of disease, deserted; roster of medical officers, etc., etc., has been referred to me for reply.
I regret extremely to have to say that it is not possible to give this information.
In the great fire that attended the evacuation of this city by the Confederate forces, April 3, 1865, the office of the adjutant-general, with its enti