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NATIONAL TEIBUNE COMPANY. 1
EQUESTRIAN TaTUE OF MAJOR-GENERAL GEORGE H. THOMAS.
Ever desirous to please our soldier friends and to memory of its beloved and eminent eummander, of this mouth, in the presence of a vast concourse of ,,
increase the popularity of our papor, we hero pre- General George II. Thomas. Wo have received this people. It stands at tho intersection of Vermont
sent an engraving of the magnificent bronze statue, through the kindness of Messrs. Harper Dros., of and Massachusetts avenues and Fourteenth
ust erected by the Army of the Cumberland, in New York, The statue was unveiled on the lath street, in the northwest part of tho city, up)n