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NEW YORK:
Carleton, Publisher, Madison Square.

LONDON: S. LOW, SON & CO.

M DCCC LXIX.

1969, Iw/3.

fiftit Jainis.' a. Sreer, m. .

of Briston, (G. C. 1951.)

gontents.

PAGE

Officers of the Society....

3

In relation to Initiation Fee and Dues unpaid..

4

Present at the Meeting and joined the Society.

5

Present at the Meeting, but did not join the Society..

11

Joined the Society since the Meeting...

13

The Origin of the Reunion

15

Sketch of the Army of the James.

16

Business Meeting at Minot Hall.....

18

The Constitution of the Society..

18

The By-Laws of the Society ..

19

The Banquet-Room at the St. James Hotel....

21

The Banquet .....

22

Welcome Address of the President, General Charles Devens, Jr....

23

FIRST SENTIMENT. .“ The President of the United States.". Response of

Judge Thomas Russell......

30

SECOND SENTIMENT.--"The Army of the James, and General B. F. Butler.'

Response of Colonel J. H. French.....

32

THIRD SENTIMENT. “The Corps Commanders.” Response of General A. H.

Terry...

33

FOURTH SENTIMENT. -" The Memory of the Honored Dead." Response of

Chaplain Rev. H. C. Trumbull

35

Reference to a Letter from General Q. A. Gillmore.

38

Letter from General G. Weitzel......

39

Sentiment to General J. Gibbon. Response of Major W. H. Male...

39

FIFTH SENTIMENT.--" The Officers and Soldiers of all the Armies of the

Union.” Response of General J. R. Hawley...

40

SIXTH SENTIMENT. “The Division whose gleaming lines barred the last

avenue for the escape of Lee.” Response of General R. S. Foster... 42

Additional Response of General J. W. Turner...

42

SEVENTI SENTIMENT.--'

-“ The State of Massachusetts, and the Health of

his Excellency the Governor.” Remarks by the President......

42

EIGHTH SENTIMENT.--" The City of Boston and the Mayor.” Response of

Mayor Shurtleff....

43

NINTH SENTIMENT. “ The Army of the United States and the General

Commanding.” Response of General I. Vogdes.

43

Additional Response of General G. H. Gordon..

44

Officers.

President :

BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL CHARLES DEVENS, JR., late U. S. V., of

Massachusetts.

Vice-Presidents :

of

BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL ROBERT S. FOSTER, late U. S. V.,

Indiana.

BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL JOHN W. TURNER, U. S. A.
BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL JOSEPH R. HAWLEY, late U. S. V.,

of Connecticut.

BREVET BRIGADIER-GENERAL ALONZO ALDEN, late Colonel 169th

N. Y. V., of New York.

* BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL EDWARD W. HINKS, late U. S. V., of

Massachusetts.

Recording Secretary : BREVET LIEUTENANT-COLONEL GEORGE A. BRUCE, late Captain

13th N. H. V., of Massachusetts, 20 Scollay's Building, Boston.

Corresponding Secretary : BREVET COLONEL PHINEAS A. DAVIS, late Assistant Adjutant

General U. S. V., of Virginia, Buckingham Court House.

* Brevet Brigadier-General U. S. Army.

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