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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 209 (search)
New Orleans, April 28.--The courts being closed, and the lawyers having nothing to do, those of the Second and Third Districts have formed a military company, in the ranks of which none are received under the age of 45 years. The roll contains already 69 names, the first among the privates being that of Hon. Pierre Soule. The Captain is Judge Louis Duvignaud; the Lieutenants, J. P. Monnier and Emile Wiltz; the Sergeants, J. Mallet, P. Caudrain, Fenelon F. Coquet; and the Corporals, A. Dreyfous, L. Rigand, Rudolph Hetch, L. N. Johan, A. Duvignaud, L. Deroche, J. P. Montagnet, and Amedee Porche. Most of these gentlemen are already renowned for their deeds in another field. If Cicero could come up, what would he say, he who uttered once those famous words, Cedant arma togoe--N. O. Picayune, April 28.