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Editorial paragraphs. General Fitzhugh Lee's tour in South Carolina and Georgia, in behalf o
oyd, in a few well chosen words, introduced General Lee, who was greeted with enthusiastic applause ier, who gallantly and skillfully served on General Lee's staff during the war, and who now seemed mmend to the public the immediate object of General Lee's visit, which is to strengthen the financi ished and honored sons here with us.
General Fitzhugh Lee, amid oft repeated and enthusiastic app een given him and his companion, Dr. Jones, General Lee said:
Although I stand for the first ti hered together in Charleston.
At 8 o'clock General Lee and Dr. Jones, in charge of a committee, ar you General Fitzhugh Lee, of Virginia.
General Lee arose amid a burst of applause, which laste astic appreciation — that the banquet given General Lee by the famous old Chatham Artillery, was a de an encourging start.
The recent tour of General Lee, the grand meeting in New Orleans last Apri [17 more...]
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