ckrill, Major George W. McLean, Hon. John S. Wise, Hon. C. S. Baker, Colonel William Lamb, General P. M. B. Young, Bishop Potter, Rev. Dr. W. W. Page.
Colonel Dickinson made the opening address, and the following toasts were responded to: The Memory of Lee, Colonel Charles Marshall, of Baltimore; Let Us Have Peace, General Daniel E. Sickles; The Confederate Veteran, General William C. Oates, of Alabama; Our Country, the United States, Colonel Charles T. O'Ferrall, of Winchester, Va.; The Soldier-Journalist of ‘61-‘65, Colonel John A. Cockrill; Our Old Home, the South, Hon. Benton McMillan, of Nashville, Tenn.; Our Soldier Dead, drunk in silence.
The Confederate Veteran Camp quartette, consisting of Messrs. Wilbur Gunn, Frederick Schilling, S. Cameron, and Alfred Poindexter, rendered some excellent music during the evening, The Star-Spangled Banner, I'se Gwine Back to Dixie, and My Country; 'Tis of Thee, being among their selections.
Messrs. Gunn a