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History and description of the stone from the wall of
Hsstory of the design and progress of the work; criti-
cisms on the statue of Lincoln; It is pronounced a sig.
nal success; Death of Thomas (Tad) Lincoln, and de
positing his remains in the monument; Governor
Palmer becomes a member of the Association; Re-
mains of President Lincoln removed from the tempo-
rary vault into the crypt designed for it in the monu-
Time fixed for dedicating the National Lincoln Monu.
ment; Reunion of the Society of the Army of the Ten-
nessee; Preparations for doing honor to both events;
Triumphal arches; The selection of an Orator by the
Monument Association; President Grant, Gov. John
A. Dix, Hon. Gideon Wells, Hon. 0. P. Morton, and
Hon. R. J. Oglesby; Committee on Invitations and re-
sponses to the same; The Army Reunion; Decorations
in the city; the Procession; Arrival at Oak Ridge
Gen. W. T. Sherman, and Hon. Schuyler Colfax; Lar.