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General Junius Daniel. an Address delivered before the Ladies' Memorial Association, in Raleigh,
allowed to the remains of the deceased.
Junius Daniel was born in the town of Halifax, North Car r part of May, 1861, and the commission of Junius Daniel as colonel of that regiment bears date Jun vivid recollection of the first time I saw Colonel Daniel—Garysburg was the place, Sunday afternoon charge of the parade, had taken his post.
Colonel Daniel in the full uniform of his rank, about fiv and involved several pieces of artillery.
Colonel Daniel threw a regiment across the road, halted a panion during the winter of 1863-‘64, that Colonel Daniel beat all men he knew in taking care of his st lost by Edward Johnson's division, Brigadier-General Daniel, its old commander, saluted it and ba crutable laws.
With respect to Brigadier-General Junius Daniel, I should say, after much thought r service under the admirable soldier, General Junius Daniel, and because I wish the vast audience [1 more...]<