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Charleston (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
A permanent Confederate Benefaction. And we can only dimly guess What worlds of all this world's distress, What utter woe, despair and death, Their fate has brought to many a hearth. This too brief narrative is dedicated to the Washington Light Infantry, of Charleston, S. C., now nearing the close of a century of company life; with the fervent hope that the young men who now fill its ranks may emulate its past honorable and dutiful achievements, and maintain and transmit its name and fame to the generations yet to succeed them. Wm. A. Courtenay, Captain W. L. I., 1872-74; 1877-79. Innisfallen, 22d February, 1903. [This chaste memorial, of a historical corps, at the hand of an honored ex-commander, can but be inspirative to exalted patriotism. The exemplification of Captain Courtenay, as soldier and citizen, commends itself to the emulation of all. His career of comprehensive usefulness, has been most admirably progressive and providential, in the interest alike
William A. Courtenay (search for this): chapter 1.2
close of a century of company life; with the fervent hope that the young men who now fill its ranks may emulate its past honorable and dutiful achievements, and maintain and transmit its name and fame to the generations yet to succeed them. Wm. A. Courtenay, Captain W. L. I., 1872-74; 1877-79. Innisfallen, 22d February, 1903. [This chaste memorial, of a historical corps, at the hand of an honored ex-commander, can but be inspirative to exalted patriotism. The exemplification of Captain enay, Captain W. L. I., 1872-74; 1877-79. Innisfallen, 22d February, 1903. [This chaste memorial, of a historical corps, at the hand of an honored ex-commander, can but be inspirative to exalted patriotism. The exemplification of Captain Courtenay, as soldier and citizen, commends itself to the emulation of all. His career of comprehensive usefulness, has been most admirably progressive and providential, in the interest alike of general enlightenment and material prosperity.—Editor.
dimly guess What worlds of all this world's distress, What utter woe, despair and death, Their fate has brought to many a hearth. This too brief narrative is dedicated to the Washington Light Infantry, of Charleston, S. C., now nearing the close of a century of company life; with the fervent hope that the young men who now fill its ranks may emulate its past honorable and dutiful achievements, and maintain and transmit its name and fame to the generations yet to succeed them. Wm. A. Courtenay, Captain W. L. I., 1872-74; 1877-79. Innisfallen, 22d February, 1903. [This chaste memorial, of a historical corps, at the hand of an honored ex-commander, can but be inspirative to exalted patriotism. The exemplification of Captain Courtenay, as soldier and citizen, commends itself to the emulation of all. His career of comprehensive usefulness, has been most admirably progressive and providential, in the interest alike of general enlightenment and material prosperity.—Editor.
dimly guess What worlds of all this world's distress, What utter woe, despair and death, Their fate has brought to many a hearth. This too brief narrative is dedicated to the Washington Light Infantry, of Charleston, S. C., now nearing the close of a century of company life; with the fervent hope that the young men who now fill its ranks may emulate its past honorable and dutiful achievements, and maintain and transmit its name and fame to the generations yet to succeed them. Wm. A. Courtenay, Captain W. L. I., 1872-74; 1877-79. Innisfallen, 22d February, 1903. [This chaste memorial, of a historical corps, at the hand of an honored ex-commander, can but be inspirative to exalted patriotism. The exemplification of Captain Courtenay, as soldier and citizen, commends itself to the emulation of all. His career of comprehensive usefulness, has been most admirably progressive and providential, in the interest alike of general enlightenment and material prosperity.—Editor.
February 22nd, 1903 AD (search for this): chapter 1.2
dimly guess What worlds of all this world's distress, What utter woe, despair and death, Their fate has brought to many a hearth. This too brief narrative is dedicated to the Washington Light Infantry, of Charleston, S. C., now nearing the close of a century of company life; with the fervent hope that the young men who now fill its ranks may emulate its past honorable and dutiful achievements, and maintain and transmit its name and fame to the generations yet to succeed them. Wm. A. Courtenay, Captain W. L. I., 1872-74; 1877-79. Innisfallen, 22d February, 1903. [This chaste memorial, of a historical corps, at the hand of an honored ex-commander, can but be inspirative to exalted patriotism. The exemplification of Captain Courtenay, as soldier and citizen, commends itself to the emulation of all. His career of comprehensive usefulness, has been most admirably progressive and providential, in the interest alike of general enlightenment and material prosperity.—Editor.
dimly guess What worlds of all this world's distress, What utter woe, despair and death, Their fate has brought to many a hearth. This too brief narrative is dedicated to the Washington Light Infantry, of Charleston, S. C., now nearing the close of a century of company life; with the fervent hope that the young men who now fill its ranks may emulate its past honorable and dutiful achievements, and maintain and transmit its name and fame to the generations yet to succeed them. Wm. A. Courtenay, Captain W. L. I., 1872-74; 1877-79. Innisfallen, 22d February, 1903. [This chaste memorial, of a historical corps, at the hand of an honored ex-commander, can but be inspirative to exalted patriotism. The exemplification of Captain Courtenay, as soldier and citizen, commends itself to the emulation of all. His career of comprehensive usefulness, has been most admirably progressive and providential, in the interest alike of general enlightenment and material prosperity.—Editor.
dimly guess What worlds of all this world's distress, What utter woe, despair and death, Their fate has brought to many a hearth. This too brief narrative is dedicated to the Washington Light Infantry, of Charleston, S. C., now nearing the close of a century of company life; with the fervent hope that the young men who now fill its ranks may emulate its past honorable and dutiful achievements, and maintain and transmit its name and fame to the generations yet to succeed them. Wm. A. Courtenay, Captain W. L. I., 1872-74; 1877-79. Innisfallen, 22d February, 1903. [This chaste memorial, of a historical corps, at the hand of an honored ex-commander, can but be inspirative to exalted patriotism. The exemplification of Captain Courtenay, as soldier and citizen, commends itself to the emulation of all. His career of comprehensive usefulness, has been most admirably progressive and providential, in the interest alike of general enlightenment and material prosperity.—Editor.