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The Daily Dispatch: July 24, 1862., [Electronic resource], Partisan Rangers and private citizens captured by the enemy. (search)
ortant explanation in relation to the status of the Partisan Rangers, and clearly states what will be expected in their behalf in the event of capture by the enemy. Senator Clarke also makes an inquiry concerning the treatment to be demanded in behalf of private citizens of the Confederate States captured while making resistance to any attempt of the enemy to invade their domicils. The reply of the Secretary is as follows: Confederate States of America. War Department,Richmond, July 16th, 1862. Hon. John B. Clarke,C. S. Senate.Sir --I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 15th inst, and to reply that Partisan Rangers are a part of the Provisional army of the Confederate States, subject to all the regulations adopted for its government, and entitled to the same protection as prisoners of war; Partisan Rangers are in no respect different from troops of the line, except that they are not brigaded, and are employed oftener on detached service. They
e they stood in the background and urged them on. The ringleaders were aware that the colored people were armed, and they were evidently not disposed to make the attack themselves. About a dozen of the Irishmen were arrested and fined from $5 to $10 each, but this did not quell the disturbances. The Gazette says: The disturbance of the night previous caused considerable excitement among our citizens yesterday, and the Mayor issued the following notice: "Mayor's Office, July 16, 1862. "To the Citizens of Cincinnati: "Apprehensions being felt and expressed that the peace of the city will be seriously disturbed, I give notice that I have at my command a large and well armed special police force, and that I am determined, at all hazards, to maintain the laws and keep the peace of the city. There is no occasion for alarm. The difficulty in the Thirteenth Ward last night is greatly magnified. "George Hatch, Mayor." Several disturbances occurred yesterda