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The women of the Confederacy. From the New Orleans, La, Picayune, December 24th, 1906. What they saw and suffered during the Civil War—Mrs. John Randolph Eggleston recalls memories of the past. The Unpretending heroism of the mothers of the South—In three besieged Cities—a soldier's strange Funeral— little Dramas of the war time. Mrs. John Randolph Eggleston, of Mississippi, made an address before the General Convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, at Gulfport, which was so flatteringly referred to by the delegates from New Orleans, that I have begged her permission to have it published. Her husband, Captain Eggleston, was an officer in the old Navy, and, like most Southerners, resigned his commission, and entered the Confederate service. Captain and Mrs. Eggleston had their home in New Orleans before the commencement of the war. Without intending to do so, Mrs. Eggleston has paid the highest and best-deserved tribute to our Southern women I have