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Lafayette Square, Buffalo - History
... At one time, a rivulet flowed from Lafayette Square down Court Street where it eventually met a stream at Niagara and Mohawk Streets ... The original Erie County court house was built facing the square park in 1818 ... once personally hanged a criminal in the square when it was still named Court House Square, after his subordinates refused to do so ...
Sofia Court House
... The Sofia Court House (Bulgarian Съдебна палата, Sadebna palata) is a building in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, accommodating all the courts ... The need for a common building to house all the courts in Sofia was raised in 1926 with the foundation of the Judicial Buildings fund ... The Court House has a syenite plinth, a facing of white limestone and a noticeable cornice below the top floor ...
Lal Dighi - History
... of Job Charnock.Sabarna Roy Choudhury had a kutchery (court-house) and a temple of its family deity Shyam Rai, near Lal Dighi ... The court-house was first taken on rent and later purchased by the British East India Company ... He had a court house there, where dol festival was celebrated in a big way ...
Conclusion Of The American Civil War - Surrender of The Army of Northern Virginia (April 9)
... April 9, Gordon attacked, aiming to break through Federal lines at the Battle of Appomattox Court House, but failed, and the Confederate Army was then surrounded ... Lee then rode into the little hamlet of Appomattox Court House, where the Appomattox county court house stood, and waited for Grant's arrival to surrender his army ...
Paul Bogle - Biography - The Morant Bay Rebellion
... member of Bogle’s group protested in the court, over the unjust arrest and was immediately arrested, angering the crowd further ... A few days later on 11 October 1865 there was a vestry meeting in the Court House ... Bogle and his followers, armed with sticks and machetes, went to the Court House ...

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    We went on, feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, clothing the soldier, binding up his wounds, harboring the stranger, visiting the sick, ministering to the prisoner, and burying the dead, until that blessed day at Appomattox Court House relieved the strain.
    M. E. W. Sherwood (1826–1903)