Image from page 342 of “The Daily union history of Atlantic City and County, New Jersey : containing sketches of the past and present of Atlantic City and County” (1900)

Image from page 342 of “The Daily union history of Atlantic City and County, New Jersey : containing sketches of the past and present of Atlantic City and County” (1900)
Daniel Day Lewis
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Identifier: dailyunionhistor00inhall
Title: The Daily union history of Atlantic City and County, New Jersey : containing sketches of the past and present of Atlantic City and County
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Hall, John F., fl. 1899-1900. cn
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Publisher: Atlantic City, N.J. : Daily Union Printing Co.
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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vetoed the bill passed by the Leg-islature authorizing a loan of arms. About this time Colonel Daniel Morris, who had from the very start of theorganization materially aided it, starteil to erect the Armory building on XewYork avenue where the company has beeu quartered to this day. It was firstoccupied for military purposes on the evening of January 26, 1888. and has beenthe scene of many distinguished gatherings, elaborate functinirs and merry socials In an incredibly short time the Guardsmen became very pmficient in martia,movements and the use of the rifle and on many occa.sions in succeeding years andto this time, have jjroved their superiority as a well drilled body of men. Theirexhibition drill squad has always been a synonym for discipline and skill insoldierly maneuver and, although frequentl- under the critical gaze of some highnnlitary personage, promptness and precision have never l)een missing. .fter the companv had l)een instituted some four or five years there was an

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COL. DANIEL MORRIS. THE MORRIS GUARDS. 335> infusion of newer blooil in the ranks and energetic, willins; hands took up tlie workof the pioneers. The latter never faiHng^ in their loyalty, and the former everanxious to accept the promising future ahead. Upon Capt. Smiths resignation,Harold F. .Adams, then a Lieutenant, became Captain, .fter a brief period ofpractical usefulness he. too. resignetl and Lieutenant Lewis T. Bryant was pro-moted to the command of the Guards, the duties of which oiifice he has so faithfullyand successfully performed. Captain Bryant is a graduate of the Tennsylvania .Military .cademy and com-bines a kindly, courteous disposition with a thorough knowledge of militaryscience and the details of discipline. Other changes took place in the course oftime. Lpon Capt. Bryants promotion, Robert E. Stephany was elevated to theFirst Lieutenancy. In the earlier days Dr. Eugene L. Reed was made .ssistantSurgeon with rank of First Lieutenant. In the line of Second L

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