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The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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abandon a hopeless and unholy cause, take the prescribed oath of allegiance, and give satisfactory security, for their future good conduct. Any one who voluntarily takes the oath, and gives his parole of honor, and afterwards violates it by aiding or abetting the enemy. will most certainly be executed. A man who violates his military parcel commits the most serious of all military offences, and I will pardon no one who is guilty of that crime. In regard to the wife of the Reverend Captain Chaplain, in General Price's army, who wishes to visit her husband, please inform her that no such permission can be granted. Nearly all the Secessionists of this State who have entered the rebel service have left their wives and daughters to the care of the Union troops. There is scarcely a single instance where this confidence has been abused by us. But what return have these ladies made for this protection. In many cause they have acted as spies and informers for the enemy, and have