ander Samuel Hodges, 250 men.
Stonewall Camp of Portsmouth, 125 men, General W. R. McDonald commander.
R. E. Lee Camp, No. 2, of Alexandria, 61 strong.
A. P. Hill Camp of Petersburg, 200 strong, Colonel H. R. Smith. Clinton hatcher Camp of Loudoun, First-Lieutenant Sterling.
Murray Association, 60 strong.
Manchester veergeant James C. Read.
But few of these old soldiers were without honorable scars.
Wise's brigade, Thirty-fourth Virginia, General Peyton Wise in command; A. P. Hill veterans; Great Southern's Band and veterans of the Fifth Maryland regiment; Ed. Murry Camp of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, commanded by J. B. Trulock; Confederate Vetve, a wooden leg—in the procession.
Mr. A. J. Blackburn, of this city, who lost his leg while gallantly serving in the famous old Thirteenth Virginia regiment (A. P. Hill's old regiment), marched on his crutches the whole distance, and was vociferously cheered along the route.
The statue unveiled—imposing ceremonies witnessed