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Maryland and the South. [from the Baltimore sun, January 19, 1904.1 Some of the State's claims advanced for column in Davis monument. Her aid to the Confederacy. Nine Generals in her army were among the State's Contributions— notable heroism of some of her sons. Following is the text of the address made by Mrs. D. Giraud Wright, president of the Maryland Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, at the State convention held in Baltimore, December 7, 1903: As we meet together to-day for our annual convention and I gather up the threads of the work done by the Maryland Division during the past year to make my report to you, one great fact stands out like a silhouette clearly defined against the background of all the achievements of the last twelve months. Whatever we have or have not done, one thing is sure, and I speak with no uncertain tongue, but glory exceedingly in making the assertion, that the Maryland Division of the Daughters of the Confederacy has