lp, too, for God never gave him a nobler or richer blessing.
The place for such a monument, it seems to me, should be by the side of the Confederate soldier on Libby Hill.
It is not well for a man to be alone, nor woman either.
To place her elsewhere would make a perpetual stag of him, and a perpetual wall-flower of her. Companions in glory and suffering; let them go down the corridors of time side by side, the representatives of a race of heroes and heroines.
It has been truly said by Guizot in his history of civilization that as the women of a nation are elevated so the nation is elevated, and that the social and moral condition of woman measures the march of civilization.
Let us prove the truth of the great philosopher's words in all the coming years of our united land.
The time is most propitious for our resolution and action.
We live now with our faces to the rising sun. Behind us are the joys, griefs and glories of the past, checkered with light and shade.
Before us a