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The Daily Dispatch: March 30, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The Rev. Dr. Armstrong. To the Editor of the Dispatch: The Rev. Dr. Armstrong, of Norfolk, whose bold and defiant answers to the impertinent questions propounded him by the contemptible Yankee Provost Marshal of "Reast Butler," mentioned in your issue of the 28th, has been for many years in charge of the Presbyterian Church of Norfolk — not only beloved by his own congregation, but beloved and respected by all who have enjoyed the pleasure of his acquaintance. Though a Northern man by birth, a more truly Southern man at heart does not live; and when some few of his congregation gave in their adhesion to the Yankees, on their arrival at Norfolk, none felt the degradation more than he did — none deplored it so much. During the awful fever of 1855, Dr. Armstrong exerted himself so much as to seriously impair his health, which, his congregation perceiving, they presented him (the summer following) a sum of money and leave of absence to recuperate his health; but, instead