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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
risoner and invoked God's pity upon all prisoners and captives. He had a young, joyous-hearted brother in my command who is now an Episcopal clergyman in Canada, though he has recently been travelling and preaching in England in the interest of missions. This younger brother took charge of the remains of my youngest boy-brother, killed in action at Chancellorsville, and carried them to Richmond for burial in Hollywood. I have two young hero brothers buried in that beautiful cemetery on Monroe Hill. Robert Edward Lee. [compiled from the Richmond dispatch, January 20, 1891.] First observance of his Birth—day, January 19th—Ordained by the Virginia Assembly as a legal Holiday—Observed throughout Virginia, and in Georgia, Maryland and New York. The Birth-day of General Robert Edward Lee, ordained as a legal holiday by the Virginia Assembly, was on January 19th, 1891—its first recurrence after such action—reverently and generally observed throughout the State. The States