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The Daily Dispatch: February 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Inauguration of the first President of the Southern Republic. (search)
t to the pleased looker-on. At 1 o'clock the line of procession was formed, first, the President, with the Vice President and the Chaplain of the occasion, the Rev. Dr. Manly, in a handsome carriage, open at the top, beautifully lined with saffron and white, richly mounted with silver, with bright crimson hangings, drawn by six sdent again appeared with Mr. Rhett, Chairman of the Congressional Committee, and Mr. Chilton, of the State Committee, on each side, next the Vice President, with Dr. Manly and Mr. Anderson, of Florida, and the rest of the Congress by twos, with the reportorial staff in the rear. A platform erected in front of the Capitol was occup spoke as follows: "We have assembled to inaugurate the President of the Confederate States of America. The inauguration will commence with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Manly." At the conclusion of the prayer of the Doctor, the President was introduced by Mr. Cobb in these words: "Gentlemen of Congress, allow me to announce