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t of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for the army of the deceased, the Senate do now adjourned. After eulogies by Senators Henry, of Tennessee and Paclan, of Mississippi, the resolution, were adopted, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. The proceedings of the House yesterday resolved of appropriate funeral obsequies over the remains of Hon. John. A. Wilcox, Texas, At 12 o'clock, the body was brought to the hall by the pall — bearers, and signed in front of the Speaker's chair. The religious services on the occasion are conducted by the Rev. Dr. Minnegesor. The customary resolutions of respect to the contrary of the deceased were adopted by the House, and feeling and appropriate cringing were delivered by Messrs. Sexton, Texas, Smith, of N. C.; McRae, of Miss.; and Atkins and Jones, of Tenn. After the caption of the resolutions, the House adjourned to follow the remains to the grave.
ieut. A Wilcox, and a member of the House of representatives from the State of Texas, and senders to the deceased the ascertained their sympathy with them under the affirmative bereavement they have been called to suspension. Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate be assign to the most of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for the army of the deceased, the Senate do now adjourned. After eulogies by Senators Henry, of Tennessee and Paclan, of Mississippi, the resolution, were adopted, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. The proceedings of the House yesterday resolved of appropriate funeral obsequies over the remains of Hon. John. A. Wilcox, Texas, At 12 o'clock, the body was brought to the hall by the pall — bearers, and signed in front of the Speaker's chair. The religious services on the occasion are conducted by the Rev. Dr. Minnegesor. The customary resolutions of respect to t
Confederate States Congress. The Senate on yesterday met at 11o'clock, and immediately took an informal recess to send the announcement from the House of Representatives of the decease of Hon. Jno A Wilcox of Texas. And Brieck message was received from the house communicating information of the district of the Hon. John A. Wilcox, and resolution. Mr. Wigfall of Texas, after an appropriate eulogy, upon the deceased, moved the adoption of the following resolution: Resolved, That the Senate receives with sincere regret the announcement of the death of the Hon. Lieut. A Wilcox, and a member of the House of representatives from the State of Texas, and senders to the deceased the ascertained their sympathy with them under the affirmative bereavement they have been called to suspension. Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate be assign to the most of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for
Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate be assign to the most of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for the army of the deceased, the Senate do now adjourned. After eulogies by Senators Henry, of Tennessee and Paclan, of Mississippi, the resolution, were adopted, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. The proceedings of the House yesterday resolved of appropriate funeral obsequies over the remains of Hon. John. A. Wilcox, Texas, At 12 o'clock, the body was brought to the hall by the pall — bearers, and signed in front of the Speaker's chair. The religious services on the occasion are conducted by the Rev. Dr. Minnegesor. The customary resolutions of respect to the contrary of the deceased were adopted by the House, and feeling and appropriate cringing were delivered by Messrs. Sexton, Texas, Smith, of N. C.; McRae, of Miss.; and Atkins and Jones, of Tenn. After the caption of the reso
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of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for the army of the deceased, the Senate do now adjourned. After eulogies by Senators Henry, of Tennessee and Paclan, of Mississippi, the resolution, were adopted, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. The proceedings of the House yesterday resolved of appropriate funeral obsequies over the remains of Hon. John. A. Wilcox, Texas, At 12 o'clock, the body was brought to the hall by the pall — bearers, and signed in front of the Speaker's chair. The religious services on the occasion are conducted by the Rev. Dr. Minnegesor. The customary resolutions of respect to the contrary of the deceased were adopted by the House, and feeling and appropriate cringing were delivered by Messrs. Sexton, Texas, Smith, of N. C.; McRae, of Miss.; and Atkins and Jones, of Tenn. After the caption of the resolutions, the House adjourned to follow the remains to the grave.
of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for the army of the deceased, the Senate do now adjourned. After eulogies by Senators Henry, of Tennessee and Paclan, of Mississippi, the resolution, were adopted, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. The proceedings of the House yesterday resolved of appropriate funeral obsequies over the remains of Hon. John. A. Wilcox, Texas, At 12 o'clock, the body was brought to the hall by the pall — bearers, and signed in front of the Speaker's chair. The religious services on the occasion are conducted by the Rev. Dr. Minnegesor. The customary resolutions of respect to the contrary of the deceased were adopted by the House, and feeling and appropriate cringing were delivered by Messrs. Sexton, Texas, Smith, of N. C.; McRae, of Miss.; and Atkins and Jones, of Tenn. After the caption of the resolutions, the House adjourned to follow the remains to the grave.
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of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for the army of the deceased, the Senate do now adjourned. After eulogies by Senators Henry, of Tennessee and Paclan, of Mississippi, the resolution, were adopted, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. The proceedings of the House yesterday resolved of appropriate funeral obsequies over the remains of Hon. John. A. Wilcox, Texas, At 12 o'clock, the body was brought to the hall by the pall — bearers, and signed in front of the Speaker's chair. The religious services on the occasion are conducted by the Rev. Dr. Minnegesor. The customary resolutions of respect to the contrary of the deceased were adopted by the House, and feeling and appropriate cringing were delivered by Messrs. Sexton, Texas, Smith, of N. C.; McRae, of Miss.; and Atkins and Jones, of Tenn. After the caption of the resolutions, the House adjourned to follow the remains to the grave.
of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for the army of the deceased, the Senate do now adjourned. After eulogies by Senators Henry, of Tennessee and Paclan, of Mississippi, the resolution, were adopted, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. The proceedings of the House yesterday resolved of appropriate funeral obsequies over the remains of Hon. John. A. Wilcox, Texas, At 12 o'clock, the body was brought to the hall by the pall — bearers, and signed in front of the Speaker's chair. The religious services on the occasion are conducted by the Rev. Dr. Minnegesor. The customary resolutions of respect to the contrary of the deceased were adopted by the House, and feeling and appropriate cringing were delivered by Messrs. Sexton, Texas, Smith, of N. C.; McRae, of Miss.; and Atkins and Jones, of Tenn. After the caption of the resolutions, the House adjourned to follow the remains to the grave.
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of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for the army of the deceased, the Senate do now adjourned. After eulogies by Senators Henry, of Tennessee and Paclan, of Mississippi, the resolution, were adopted, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. The proceedings of the House yesterday resolved of appropriate funeral obsequies over the remains of Hon. John. A. Wilcox, Texas, At 12 o'clock, the body was brought to the hall by the pall — bearers, and signed in front of the Speaker's chair. The religious services on the occasion are conducted by the Rev. Dr. Minnegesor. The customary resolutions of respect to the contrary of the deceased were adopted by the House, and feeling and appropriate cringing were delivered by Messrs. Sexton, Texas, Smith, of N. C.; McRae, of Miss.; and Atkins and Jones, of Tenn. After the caption of the resolutions, the House adjourned to follow the remains to the grave.
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nd a member of the House of representatives from the State of Texas, and senders to the deceased the ascertained their sympathy with them under the affirmative bereavement they have been called to suspension. Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate be assign to the most of the family of the deceased entitled copy of the foregoing resolution. Resolved, That, as a mark of respect for the army of the deceased, the Senate do now adjourned. After eulogies by Senators Henry, of Tennessee and Paclan, of Mississippi, the resolution, were adopted, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. The proceedings of the House yesterday resolved of appropriate funeral obsequies over the remains of Hon. John. A. Wilcox, Texas, At 12 o'clock, the body was brought to the hall by the pall — bearers, and signed in front of the Speaker's chair. The religious services on the occasion are conducted by the Rev. Dr. Minnegesor. The customary resolutions of respect to the contrary of t
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