Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Halleck” in chapter 1.1 of Jefferson Davis, The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government:
To others no relief was to be given.
This was, by confiscation, to punish a class of citizens, in the emancipation of every slave whose owner rendered support to the Confederate States.
Finally General Halleck , who succeeded Fremont, and General Dix, commanding near Fortress Monroe, issued orders not to permit slaves to come within their lines.
They were speedily condemned for this action because it put...
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