brutal than the reign of his rival, Butler, in New Orleans.
A few days since Col. Imbod of Augusta, obtained from Mr. Job Parsons copies of two orders, which we append.
These orders need no explanation:
St. George, Tucker Co., West Va.,Nov. 27, 1862.
Mr. Job Parsons, (son of Abraham:)
You are hereby ordered to report in person or by your representative at my headquarters, in St. George Court House on the 28th of November, 1862, to attend to business of vital importance to yourt.
On repairing to the headquarters of this insolent Ohio Abolitionist, the following document was handed to Mr. Parsons, by Kellogg, with the remark, "you see the old man (Milroy) is in earnest:"
St. George, Tucker Co., Va., November 28, 1862. Mr. Job Parsons, (son of Abraham Parsons.)
Sir — In consequence of certain robberies which have been perpetrated upon Union citizens of Tucker county, Va., by bands of guerrillas, you are hereby assessed to the amount of fourteen