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enator from Kentucky), General S. B. Buckner, and Colonel D. Howard Smith. We were not fortunate enough to arrive in time to hear these speeches, but learned that they were all admirable, and excited great enthusiasm. Miss Johnie H. Morgan (the only daughter of the gallant chief) and Miss Tommie Duke (daughter of General Basil Duke), were presented by Governor Blackburn and were received with great enthusiasm, as was also Mrs. Morris, who had been an angel of mercy to our prisoners in Camp Douglas. At night the committee were courteous enough to place on the programme and the crowd were kind enough to hear a high private in the rear rank, from Virginia, tell of The Boys in Gray, with whom he was associated, and to show by their hearty responses that the men who rode with Morgan were in warm sympathy with Jackson's Foot Cavalry. Among the letters of regret at not being able to be present on the occasion was one from President Davis, in which he said: You have justly appr