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General Joseph Wheeler. The visit of the hero to Richmond, Va., Dec. 16-17, 1899. on the occasion of the presentation of a portrait of the gallant Pelham, to R. E. Lee Camp Confederate Veterans. With addresses by Mr. E. P. Cox, General Wheeler, Gov. J. Hoge Tyler, Judge D. A. Dearmond, and Hon. W. A. Jones. Richmond, Virginia, had a visit from the virile veteran, General Joseph Wheeler, in January, 1899. The hero of two wars, at the close of the Civil War, by his skill and indoRichmond, Virginia, had a visit from the virile veteran, General Joseph Wheeler, in January, 1899. The hero of two wars, at the close of the Civil War, by his skill and indomitable courage, had won the high rank of Lieutenant-General, and been assigned to the command of a corps. In our last war, it has been urged that he was the chief propeller to successful issue, and that his coolness and courage at Santiago (although he arose from prostrating illness in an ambulance and pressed to the front), saved our army, at least, from temporary disaster. Rev. J. William Jones, D. D., who has lately examined the official reports of the war, 1861-1865, states that General