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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Unveiling of the statue of General Ambrose Powell Hill at Richmond, Virginia, May 30, 1892. (search)
t it is for me always a peculiar pleasure to attend a Confederate gathering in historic, battle-scarred heroic old Richmond, and to mingle with the men who followed Lee and Jackson and Longstreet and Ewell and A. P. Hill [great applause], and Jeb Stuart; the men who composed the Army of Northern Virginia, the noblest army of heroic patriots that ever marched under any flag, or fought for any cause, in all the tide of time. A happy task to discharge. And yet a still greater happiness is mnd became as well known throughout the Army of Northern Virginia as its first loved commander. Of this regiment General Lee said: It is a splendid body of men. General Ewell said: It is the only regiment in my command that never fails. General Jeb Stuart said: It always does exactly what I tell it. And General Early said: They can do more hard fighting and be in better plight afterwards than any troops I ever saw. From Harper's Ferry to Appomattox this splendid body of men carried the b