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Tributes of respect.

Among the bodies that took action upon the death of Dr. Hoge were the First Presbyterian Church, First (colored) Presbyterian Church, and the Soldiers' Home Board of Visitors.

The resolutions of the Soldiers' Home Board contain a tender reference to his love of the Southern cause and his devotion to those veterans who suffered for it. The preamble calls to mind Dr. Hoge's readiness at all times to officiate in the chapel of the home, and to perform the last sad rites for any of the veterans who passed away.

The resolutions convey to the family the ‘heartfelt sympathies’ of the Board.

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