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The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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be kind enough to give the subject your attention, (if your important duties will permit,) and let me know what answer to give to this and similar, inquiries, now becoming frequent from friends throughout the State. Very respectfully. Wm. M. McPherson. Headq'rs Det't of the Mississippi, St. Louis, Mo., April 3, 1861. Wm. M. McPherson, Esq., St. Louis: Sir — Your letter of this date is received. In answer to your inquiries, I have to state that persons in arms against the UniWm. M. McPherson, Esq., St. Louis: Sir — Your letter of this date is received. In answer to your inquiries, I have to state that persons in arms against the United States, under General Price, can be received only as prisoners of war, and that they will be treated in the same kind and lenient manner as others have been who are willing to 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 wh