This book Report of Proceedings of the Annual Session of the Georgia Bar Association Volume 36, PT 1919 by Georgia Bar Association was published by RareBooksClub.com, 2012-05-09. It has 72 pages. Report of Proceedings of the Annual Session of the Georgia Bar Association Volume 36, PT 1919 has been read 8 times, it's very recommended book to buy.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 Excerpt: ...Church at Macon, young Emory finally obtained the consent of his parents to enlist in the Confederate Army, joining Lewis's Kentucky Brigade of mounted infantry, commonly known as "The Orphan Brigade." A half century afterwards, his old Captain wrote, "When we were falling back before Sherman's columns on the Macon road, in 1864, a young fellow, anxious to do something to 'repel the invader,' joined us. He was then not quite sixteen years old. This youngster who preferred to join a veteran command rather than Joe Brown's Militia, was the present Judge. He was enrolled as a member of my company, and three days later, at Griswoldville, he had his 'baptism of fire.' He remained with us till the close, although we tendered him a discharge after the fall of Savannah. He was paroled at Washington, Georgia, in May, 1865, along with General Lewis's Brigade, and, like the rest of us, has remained loyal to his country and to his flag. As I watched his demeanor in camp and on the march and in line of battle, I came to admire the manly little fellow. I saw in the future a bright career for him." Soon after the war, through the assistance of Senator Benjamin H. Hill, Emory Speer entered the University of Georgia, from which he was graduated in 1869. While in college, he displayed those remarkable powers of oratory for which he was afterwards so justly distinguished. He was one of the charter members of the Chi Phi fraternity, and, in after years, frequently attended the annual conclave of the organization. Frequently in the home of his great patron, he learned to admire, almost to worship, the eloquent Senator, whose star at that time was in eclipse, owing to his counsel to his fellow Georgians to accept the results of the war and co-operate with the.
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