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The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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Dr. Wm. Hoge. Rev. Dr. Wm. Hoge, whose recent return to Virginia was announced this paper, has for some years been assistant minister of Rev. Dr. Spring, in one of the principal Presbyterian churches of New York. Dr. Hoge has found great difficulty in relinquishing his charge at an earlier period, from the fact that he was Hoge, whose recent return to Virginia was announced this paper, has for some years been assistant minister of Rev. Dr. Spring, in one of the principal Presbyterian churches of New York. Dr. Hoge has found great difficulty in relinquishing his charge at an earlier period, from the fact that he was one of the few ministers of that city who abstained from preaching on political affairs, confining himself to the proclamation of the Gospel, which rendered his congregation very unwilling to give him up, notwithstanding his strong Southern sentiments. We welcome him back to Virginia with great pleasure, for he is a true and giftDr. Hoge has found great difficulty in relinquishing his charge at an earlier period, from the fact that he was one of the few ministers of that city who abstained from preaching on political affairs, confining himself to the proclamation of the Gospel, which rendered his congregation very unwilling to give him up, notwithstanding his strong Southern sentiments. We welcome him back to Virginia with great pleasure, for he is a true and gifted son of the South, and all such will rally to their old mother in the hour of need.
cy, as he believes the cause we are now engaged in to be a righteous one. He has been heard to say were he a few years younger he would shoulder his musket and do battle against the enemies of his country. I saw in his hand a cane made out of the flagstaff of Fort Sumter. May he live to see our Confederacy acknowledged by the nations of the earth, and peace and prosperity crown the labors of the patriots who are risking their lives in the defence of their country's just rights. Rev. William Hoge, who was associate pastor with Rev. Dr. Spring, in New York city, until a few months past, when he resigned, is now the pastor of the Presbyterian Church in this place, and is destined to accomplish much good as a minister of Jesus Christ. It is also reported that the Baptists are endeavoring to get the Rev. Mr. Brantley, of South Carolina, as their pastor. This clergyman has for the past several years settled in Philadelphia, but the war which Abe Lincoln is waging against the S