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Chesterfield (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
Patriotic. --James H. Cox, Esq., the representative of Chesterfield county in the Convention, though originally a strong Union man, is now foremost among the defenders of the South. His constituents lately spread to the breeze a handsome Confederate flag, which he presented while in Richmond.
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Patriotic. --James H. Cox, Esq., the representative of Chesterfield county in the Convention, though originally a strong Union man, is now foremost among the defenders of the South. His constituents lately spread to the breeze a handsome Confederate flag, which he presented while in Richmond.