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The Daily Dispatch: April 23, 1864., [Electronic resource], An examination in a "Subjugated."City. (search)
An examination in a "Subjugated."City. A few days since we published the examination of Rev. Dr. Armstrong, of Norfolk, by an order of Butler, upon the charge of disloyalty. The oath which the accused had taken was an oath of parole, and the charge against the prisoner seems to have been disloyalty in his feelings. In a laequent examination of Dr. A. by the Beast in person at Fortress Monroe. We give it as a part of the history of the times: General.--I have read a report, Mr. Armstrong, of an examination of yourself, by one of my Aid decamps in regard to the question of your loyally. Now I need not say to a man as experienced as yourself, th orders, and send a copy of this examination to the officer in command there. In a subsequent number of the New Regime we find the following: The Rev. James D. Armstrong, of this city, who, after taking the oath of allegiance, had given utterance to disloyal sentiments, yesterday sailed for Fort Hatteras, where he is to