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The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1863., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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ir idiosyncrasy, there were of course no ladies present. In fact, no male person was admitted unless he had a card, which was considered a guarantee either that he could perform the feat himself or applaud its performance by others. Mr. Henry A. Hurlbut, who presided, arose after the feast and commenced the ceremony, in which he returned his "most warmest" thanks for the honor conferred on him in electing him to the presidency of the society. Continuing at some length, Mr. Hurlbut referrMr. Hurlbut referred to some of the distinguished sons of New England, and actually referred to the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers. In reply to "the day we celebrate," Rev. Mr. Hitchcock said: The Puritan element in our American character cannot be ignored. The noblest distinction of our forefathers was not in their political success, but in their probity and fear of God. The Puritan prayed with his knee on the neck of tyrants, but not so intent on choking the tyrants as to intermit prayer. The Puri