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“Now,” said Ingomar, addressing the two queens, “as I understand the object of this excursion to be one of pleasure and amusement, permit me to suggest that we organize ourselves into a sort of committee of the whole, and agree on some plan by which each hour of the day shall be furnished with some kind of innocent sport.” ...Ingomar read as follows: “Whereas certain ladies and gentlemen of the good city of Memphis, State of Tennessee, have embarked on an expedition of pleasure, on board of the steam-boat known as the ‘White Rose of Memphis,’ and whereas the aforesaid ladies and gentlemen are desirous of contributing as much as they can to the happiness and pleasure of their comrades thereby, and by means whereof they expect to obtain innocent enjoyment for themselves and their associates, therefore be it remembered that on this, the first day of May, the following rules and regulations have been adopted, and the honor of each member pledged that said rules and regulations shall in all respects be complied with and faithfully obeyed, and that any one who shall be guilty of a willful violation of any one of the rules shall be considered disgraced and unworthy to be a member of this association, and shall be excluded therefrom:
About William C. (Clark) Falkner, the Author:
Whether or not young William actually said this, the elder Falkner served as the model for the character of Colonel John Sartoris, who appeared in the novels Sartoris (1929) (reissued in an expanded edition as Flags in the Dust (1973)) and The Unvanquished (1938) as well as a number of short stories. ...Categories: 1825 births1889 deathsPeople from Knox County, Tennessee19th-century American railroad executivesAmerican military personnel of the Mexican–American WarAmerican novelistsAmerican poetsAmerican travel writersAssassinated American politiciansDeaths by firearm in MississippiConfederate States Army officersBusinesspeople from MississippiMississippi politiciansMurdered businesspeopleMurdered writersPeople from MissouriPeople from Pontotoc County, MississippiPeople murdered in MississippiPeople of Mississippi in the American Civil WarWilliam Faulkner