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y person so excluded who may, under the decision of the Attorney-General, be entitled to vote, shall be permitted to register after that decision is received, due notice of which will be given. By command of Major-General P. H. Sheridan, Geo. L. Hartsuff, Assistant Adjutant-General. The parish Boards of Registration were composed of three members each. Ability to take what was known as the iron-clad oath was the qualification exacted of the members, and they were prohibited from becominate. The necessary revision of the jury lists will immediately be made by the proper officers. All the laws of the State respecting exemptions, &c., from jury duty will remain in force. By command of Major-General P. H. Sheridan. Geo. L. Hartsuff, Asst. Adj't-General. I am pleased to avail myself of this invitation to urge-earnestly urge-urge in the name of a patriotic people, who have sacrificed hundreds of thousands of loyal lives and thousands of millions of treasure to pres