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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.35 (search)
a Confederate. An anecdote of him told by Dr. Hoge—his capacity for hard work. His flight from s met in the streets of the latter city by Rev. Dr. Hoge, of Richmond, who, after questioning him con of the city, been unable to secure board. (Dr. Hoge, in answer to a query, assures me that this wThis the Secretary refused to do, saying that Dr. Hoge's hostess was a stranger to him, and that it or him to intrude upon the family uninvited. Dr. Hoge allayed his fears after some argument, assuri, which can best be described in the words of Dr. Hoge: At the breakfast table the conversatio are going to the Presbyterian Church to hear Dr. Hoge preach, I wondered what Mr. Benjamin would dorsing nonchalantly for a short time, beckoned Dr. Hoge to follow him to their chamber. When they were there Mr. Benjamin said: Dr. Hoge, I didn't have the heart to tell you before these ladies, sometce never revealed what he suffered, but, said Dr. Hoge in relating the incident, I could not refrain[1 more...]