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The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], The raid into Southwestern Virginia--depredations of the enemy. (search)
y to it. There being no evidence against Phillips, he was immediately discharged--Gen. W. was then informed that there would be no further use for him, when he took his departure, apparently much pleased at the opportunity of doing so. Mrs. Moses D. Hoge, being again called to the stand, testified that she was present at part of the interview which took place at her house between Gen. Winder and Mrs. Allan. Soon after introducing them she left the parlor, but in a few minutes was informed ether she believed she could be guilty of indicting such a letter as that which had been handed to her by Gen. W. Mrs. H. replied that she did not think the accused had written it. Mrs. A. then said, "I would not have written such a letter about Mr. Hoge, whom I have always regarded as my best friend. I swear I never wrote that letter, nor do I know anything of its contents." Subsequently she was present at an interview between Mr. P. H. Aylett and Mrs. Allan; she denied positively to Mr. A. al