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Doc. 177.-Gen. Hurlburt's proclamation. Quartering soldiers on the enemy. Headquarters brigade, Palmyra, (Mo.,) Aug. 11, 1861. County Authorities of Marion County, Missouri: By command of my superior officer I have occupied your county-seat. By like command I require you to deliver, every morning before nine o'clock A. M., to Colonel Smith, commanding Sixteenth Illinois regiment, the following rations for his command: Salt pork or bacon, 412 pounds, or in lieu thereof, 687 pounds fresh beef; corn meal, 687 pounds; beans, 44 quarts, or 55 pounds rice; coffee, 55 pounds; sugar, (brown, dry,) 8 1/2 pounds; vinegar, 5 1/2 gallons; soap, 22 pounds; salt, 11 quarts; potatoes, or mixed vegetable diet, 550 pounds; molasses, 2 1/2 gallons; wood, 1/2 cord; corn in ear, 2 bushels; water sufficient for command to be hauled. If these articles are promptly furnished receipts will be given by Colonel Smith; if not furnished, they will be taken from the most convenient persons and p
Doc. 197.-Gen. Hurlburt's order. brigade Headquarters, Hudson, Mo., Aug. 19, 1861. To the Mayor and Authorities of the City of Palmyra, State of Missouri:-- You are hereby notified and required to deliver up to the military authorities of this Brigade, within six days of the date of these presents, the marauders who fired upon the train bound west on the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad, on the evening of the 16th inst., and broke into the telegraph office. If the guilty persons are not delivered up as required, and within the time herein specified, the whole Brigade will be moved into your county, and contributions levied to the amount of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) on Marion County, and five thousand dollars ($5,000) on the City of Palmyra. By order of Brig.-Gen. S. A. Hurlburt Under directions of Brig.-Gen. John Pope, commanding in North Missouri. S. M. Preston, Assistant Adjutant-General.