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Editorial paragraphs. General Fitzhugh Lee's tour in South Carolina and Georgia, in behalf of the Southern Historical Society, has been one continued ovation,
For many years I have had a warm spot in my heart for the people of South Carolina.
When a cadet at the United States Academy many years ago, my room-mate wa ed flashes flew from serried ranks of steel, I had two representatives from South Carolina on my personal staff--one my adjutant-general, and the other my chief of or Captain F. W. Dawson, then a gallant soldier, now an honored adopted son of South Carolina, a patriotic citizen of Charleston, who has played since the war so importa s unclouded majesty.
I think to day, that I may congratulate the people of South Carolina, that the dark clouds that have hung like a funeral pall over their State, cannot wholly perish.
We shall meet again Clemanthe!
We shall meet again South Carolina-meet in better and happier days, meet when we once more feel a patriotic pr
Darlington, Darlington County, South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 9.94
Editorial paragraphs. General Fitzhugh Lee's tour in South Carolina and Georgia, in behalf of the Southern Historical Society, has been one continued ovation, and a splendid success. Leaving Richmond at 3:15 P. M., on Monday, Nov. 13th, by the Atlantic coast line, we found ourselves at 2 A. M. the next morning, at the little town of Florence, S. C., expecting to find some difficulty in securing quarters at so unseasonable an hour. But we were met, on stepping from the cars, by a committee from Darlington, ten miles off, who had provided for us a comfortable room, and every way excellent accommodation at the hotel kept by an old Confederate. At Darlington, General Lee was met at the depot by a committee of the Legion of honor, and the Darlington guards, (commanded by Lieutenant White,) who greeted him with three rousing cheers, and, headed by a band of music, escorted him to his quarters, amid the plaudits of the crowd, who lined the streets of the beautiful little