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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Appendix. (search)
Thurman, Powhatan. Tucker, Willis. Wall, Thomas. Whitlow, W. H. Woodruff, A. M. Wrigh Hyman, Henry. Hughes, James. Johnson, Thomas, Kersey, William. Kinlock, William. Lon, Wm. Shelley. Cobbs, James A. Cullen, Thomas P. Christian, John S. Dornin, Anthony E. Goff, Thomas. Gilliam, Wm. A. Graham, Thomas. Hughes, Hugh. Heckworth, L. C. KendaM. Phelps, J. B. Read, William. Ross, Thomas. Richardson, T. F. Stanley, George W. Hannah, Robert M. Jones, W. W. Johnson, Thomas H. Kelly, Robert. Layne, David S. Lig, Augustus. Walker, George T. Wilkerson, Thomas. Johnson, John J. Jones, James W. Kirucker, C. H. Thurman, Archibald. Turner, Thomas H. Vier, Edward. Warren, Edward. Yuilhristian, Nat. Franklin, Samuel. Hunter, Thomas. Jones, Edmund W. Kinnear, James. Rod Lewis, John, McCausland, Jas. F. Moore, Thomas W. McCorkle, William. Miller, Frank T. [19 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.34 (search)
oquy to take any step to leave the Union. Are not these the men whom, if the assumption is correct, we Virginians should honor with monuments and hold up to our children as guides and counselors in public affairs? Compare General Lee and General Thomas, Virginians who took opposite sides in the contest; both brave men, each fighting for the cause he thought right. But which was right? If it was better for us to fall, surely it must follow that Thomas was right and Lee wrong. When men risThomas was right and Lee wrong. When men rise up in resistance to an established government, they must establish, or aim at establishing, some better government for their people. If this aim could not have been realized, even had they been successful in their effort, they can have but small claim to the love and honor of the people whom they, however good their intentions, have led to disaster and ruin. If the independence they aimed at was to be a blessing to their people, success or failure should make no difference in our estimate of