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ar. You will assure General Lee that no unseemly threats of retaliation on his part will deter this Government from exercising its lawful rights over both the persons and property of whatsoever name or character. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, H. W. Halleck, General-in-Chief, U. S. Army, General Lee to General Halleck. Headquarters army of the C. S., near Richmond, August 2. To the General Commanding the Army of the United States, Washington: General: On the twenty-ninth of June last, I was instructed by the Secretary of War to in quire of Major-General McClellan as to the truth of alleged murders committed on our citizens by officers of the United States army. The cases of Wm. B. Mumford, reported to have been murdered at New-Orleans, by order of Major-General B. F. Butler, and Colonel John Owen, reported to have been murdered in Missouri, by order of Major-General Pope, were those referred to. I had the honor to be informed by Major-General McClellan that
Sunday morning to give information. Sunday, June twenty-ninth, no report coming from them, after shmond. In the afternoon of Sunday, the twenty-ninth of June, in pursuance of orders from the War Deolina regiment in the engagement of the twenty-ninth of June. 5-6. Report of the operations of th the Burnt Chimney on the morning of the twenty-ninth June, with twenty-seven hundred men; but fatimy brigade in the series of battles from June twenty-ninth to July first, inclusive, the report of ng day and night, on the morning of the twenty-ninth of June, (Sunday,) my brigade, in common with I, beyond four killed. On Sunday, the twenty-ninth of June, orders were received to proceed down t or three color-bearers wounded. On Sunday, June twenty-ninth, we marched from Gaines's Mill to th Cold Harbor all day. On Sunday, the twenty-ninth of June, Brigadier-General Jones assumed the cont of twenty-seventh, twenty-eighth, and twenty-ninth June and first July: There were attached C[22 more...]