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Doc. 62. fortifications around Washington, D. C. The following general order was issued by General McClellan. It will be seen by the eleventh section that the fortified works thrown up by the Federal army in the vicinity of Washington, thirty-two in number, were designated by titles: Headquarters army of the Potomac, Washington, September 30, 1861. General Order No. 18. I. The attention of the division and brigade commanders is called to the requirements of General Orders No. 2, from the Headquarters of the division of the Potomac, of July 30, 1861, which have of late been to a certain extent disregarded. No officer or soldier can absent himself from his camp and visit Washington except for the performance of some public duty, or for the transaction of important private business, for which purposes written permits will be given by brigade commanders. The permit will state the object of the visit. The number of passes granted at present is far too great. Brigade comm
Doc. 62 1/2. Colonel Taylor's proclamation. Headquarters post at Springfield, September 30, 1861. Applications having been made to me for passes for persons going South with their families and property, have caused me to issue the following suggestions and orders, which, I trust, will fully explain the position I shall take upon the question: The time has now arrived when each man must be considered as a friend or a foe to the interest of the State; when avarice, timidity, and duplicity can no longer be excuses for inaction. The rapid and brilliant victories which have crowned the army of Missouri, since its organization, the enthusiastic enlistment of the volunteer force for the defence of the State; the unparalleled magnanimity which has been shown by their Commander-in-Chief, General Price, to those taken in arms against the State of Missouri; the faithful manner in which the proclamation of Gen. Price, made after the battle of Wilson's Creek, has been carried out;