Printed speech given by Major General Isaac R. Trimble (1802-1888) on February 22, 1873 at the third annual meeting of the Army and Navy Society of the Confederate States in Maryland at Baltimore's Carollton Hotel. String binding, 15pp, 5.5 x 8.5 in. With this speech, Trimble pays "tribute to the valor and prowess [of the]. . . Infantry of the South, a name not inferior to any of modern times, and that will live in the history and verse, as long as chivalric deeds shall excite the admiration of mankind."
Cover with soiling and general wear, with pencil "C.S.A." at top right. Pages with toning and some wear to edges/corners.
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