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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
too, although he is about the only apologist, as far as we have seen, of this bombastic and incompetent officer. General Steinwehr, one of Pope's brigadiers, seized innocent and peaceful inhabitants and held them as hostages to the end that they ssuing a general order, dated August 1, 1862, denouncing this order of the Federal Secretary, and and those of Pope and Steinwehr, as acts of savage cruelty, violative of all rules and usages of war, and as converting the hostilities hitherto waged erefore not entitled to the benefit of the cartel for the parole of future prisoners of war, and ordered that if Pope, Steinwehr, or any of their commissioned officers, were captured, they should be kept in close confinement as long as the foregoinorder of the Federal Secretary of War was issued by order of the President, Mr. Lincoln, and if he ever rebuked Pope or Steinwehr, or any of the others, to whom we shall hereafter refer, for their outrages and cruelties to the Southern people, the r
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Report of the history Committee (search)
too, although he is about the only apologist, as far as we have seen, of this bombastic and incompetent officer. General Steinwehr, one of Pope's brigadiers, seized innocent and peaceful inhabitants and held them as hostages to the end that they ssuing a general order, dated August 1, 1862, denouncing this order of the Federal Secretary, and and those of Pope and Steinwehr, as acts of savage cruelty, violative of all rules and usages of war, and as converting the hostilities hitherto waged erefore not entitled to the benefit of the cartel for the parole of future prisoners of war, and ordered that if Pope, Steinwehr, or any of their commissioned officers, were captured, they should be kept in close confinement as long as the foregoinorder of the Federal Secretary of War was issued by order of the President, Mr. Lincoln, and if he ever rebuked Pope or Steinwehr, or any of the others, to whom we shall hereafter refer, for their outrages and cruelties to the Southern people, the r