From the Richmond Whig, 11/12/1867, p. 3, c. 1
COLONEL ROSE TO BE TRIED. – To-day General Schofield will issue the following order:
HEADQ’RS FIRST MILITARY DISTRICT,
STATE OF VIRGINIA,
RICHMOND, VA., November 12, 1867.
At the instance of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Thomas E. Rose, Captain Eleventh Infantry, a Court of Enquiry is hereby appointed to meet in Richmond on Monday, the 18th instant, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to investigate the facts and circumstances connected with certain charges made against Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Rose in relation to his conduct and the discharge of his duty as superintendent of the election held in this city, and also give their opinion upon the facts which may be developed.
Detail for the Court – Brevet Brig. General George Stoneman, Colonel Twenty-first U. S. Infantry; Major D. Woodruff, Twenty-first Infantry; Brevet Major W. H. Broun, Captain Fifth Cavalry; Brevet Major C. Rodney Layton, Captain Eleventh Infantry, Judge Advocate.