prowess won the high regard of both friends and foes at the battles at Cedar Mountain, Manassas, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg and Fredericksburg; that the field was still open for new manifestations of their love of country and their undying devotion to their country's cause.--He then spoke of the many noble and gallant sons that came out with prospects as bright and cheering as ours, whose devotion to their country was with their blood, and asked, where are they?
Where is a Capt. Lee, a Capt. Zolikely, and a host of others.
Gone, gone, forever, to that bourn from whence no transfer returns.
But their memory it will live in the heart of their countrymen till time will be no more.
This Republic is their monument; its history their biography.
She will make their names live inseparable from her existence when the and despotic that essays to their lovely government shall be known no more.
In his concluding remarks he assured them that no act of his should ever separate him from t