Dedication of the Monument at Andersonville, Georgia, October 23, 1907: In Memory of the Men of Connecticut who Suffered in Southern Military Prisons, 1861-1865

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Seite 41 - Brothers ever more to be : — And, if spared and growing older, Shoulder still in line with shoulder, And with hearts no thrill the colder, Brothers ever we shall be. By communion of the banner—. Battle-scarred but victor banner, By the baptism of the banner, Brothers of one church are we...
Seite 41 - COMRADES known in marches many, Comrades tried in dangers many, Comrades bound by memories many, Brothers ever let us be. Wounds or sickness may divide us, Marching orders may divide us, But whatever fate betide us, Brothers of the heart are we. Comrades known by faith the clearest, Tried when death was near and nearest, Bound we are by ties the dearest, Brothers evermore to be : And, if spared, and growing older, Shoulder still in line with shoulder, And with hearts no thrill the colder, Brothers...
Seite 43 - ... and seventy-four; which said moneys provided for in this act, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be expended under the direction and control of the State Board of Agriculture for the purposes aforesaid, and shall be drawn from the treasury on the presentation of the proper certificates of the said board to the Auditor General, and on his warrant to the State Treasurer. SEC. 3. There shall be assessed upon the taxable property of...
Seite 42 - ... Scranton." The defendant operated a merry-go-round within that distance of a park, and, on conviction, appealed, and the superior court unanimously affirmed the decision. 5. RESOLUTION AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF HARTFORD CONCERNING A COMMISSION ON THE CITY PLAN. [Approved March 26, 1907.] GENERAL ASSEMBLY, JANUARY SESSION, AD 1907. Resolved by this Assembly: SECTION 1. That there shall be in the city of Hartford a commission on the city plan, which shall consist of the mayor, who shall...
Seite 42 - Commission shall make full report thereof to the Governor, setting forth the facts in connection therewith, and embodying therein a full and complete itemized account of all expenditures and outlays incurred and made in the execution of the work; and any portion of the sum, appropriated for the purpose in the...
Seite 43 - July 6, 1905, providing for the erection of said monument; and the comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to draw his orders on the treasurer for amounts not exceeding in the aggregate the amount hereinbefore appropriated, on presentation of itemized vouchers approved by said commission.
Seite 71 - Manly and modest, he is one of the kind who take things as they come, without bravado and without posing. But there is something in the genuineness, the simplicity, the rugged naturalness of the boy's bearing which makes it seem safe to predict that he will be constant and faithful to the end.
Seite 42 - ... design, location, and erection of said monument or memorial and the inscriptions thereon, and the expenses of said commission incident thereto, shall be paid out of the moneys hereinbefore appropriated for that purpose, and the comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to draw his orders on the treasurer for the amount of said expenses, not exceeding in the aggregate the amount herein appropriated, on the presentation of itemized vouchers approved by said commission.
Seite 34 - Maintaining their company and regimental organization as closely as possible, they took counsel with one another, and with grim determination made ready for an unequal combat. It was to be a daily struggle with false and discouraging reports of exchange and with heart-breaking yearnings for home ; a prolonged contest with exposure, hunger, sickness and death, amid surroundings repulsive beyond description. But they set themselves to meet it.
Seite 35 - Solicitations to enter the military service or civil employment of the Southern Confederacy were turned aside with scorn by them, though acceptance meant instant release from the fate that now so clearly stared them in the face.

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