October 13th, 1864

January 16, 2008

Dr. Coxe arrived and I went over with him to call on Bishop DeLancey. It was their first meeting since the election, and a trying ordeal to Coxe, and no doubt to Bishop DeLancey. Coxe said he felt it to be a great trial and dreaded it, and would not on any account have gone alone – without me, and he was so thankful when it was over. But Bishop DeLancey soon put him at his ease.

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