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General Raleigh E. Colston, C. S. Army. A Tribute to the memory of the gallant and accomplished soldier. An Ode by him. A monument proposed to be erected over his remains in Hollywood. Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. For years as he lay helpless on a bed of physical anguish, which was only partially alleviated by opiates, the fortitude with which the accomplished gentleman and gallant soldier bore his constant suffering, was as pathetic as his gallantry in the field had been impressive. The representative of a family long seated in the State, an ancestor, William Colston, having been for years the clerk of Richmond county in the Seventeeth century, in General Colston were united the traits of the Virginian which are held in such regard. General Colston was twice married. His first wife was Louise M. Gardiner, the widowed daughter of Captain John Bowyer, of Thornhill, near Lexington, Rockbridge county, Virginia. Of this union two daughters survive: Mrs. Louise E