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cessary for us to keep at home, for the defence of our cities, five hundred thousand troops. The Confederate Endorsement of guerrillas — a Wail from the North. The Philadelphia Inquirer nor the North, so it says, were not prepared for Secretary Randolph's last order. It is horrified at this "official endorsement of the shameful and horrible system which all modern civilization has branded as barbarous." It says: Let it be borns in mind, for future reference, that on the 16th day of July, 1862, George W. Randolph, calling himself "Secretary of War of the Confederate States," proclaimed 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." It may by and by be a matter of interest to those across the ocean who are sitting as spectators of this war to know "which side first set the example of departing from the laws of civilize
hrough Kentucky--captured seventeen cities, destroyed millions of dollars worth of U. S. property — passed through your county, but regret not seeing you. We paroled fifteen hundred Federal prisoners. "Your old friend, John H. Morgan, "Commanding " The foregoing dispatches were well calculated to dumfound these Yankee dignitaries — who, no doubt, were half inclined to pronounce them some spiritual freak; but for concentrated city the following is unequalled. "Headq'rs T L. Depart., of Ky., C. S. A., "Georgetown, Ky., July 16, 1862. "General Order, No. 1. "When an operator is positively informed that the enemy is marching on his station; he will immediately proceed to destroy the telegraph instruments and all material in his charge. Such in stances of carelessness as were exhibited on the part of the operators at Midway and Georgetown will be severely dealt with. "By order of C. A. Ellsworth, "General Military Sup't C. S. Tel'ph Dep't.