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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 poundsd places, and the regiment will be billeted upon the city of Palmyra, in private houses, according to the convenience of the regiment. If your authorities desire to avoid this great evil and inconvenience, you will fulfil this order. The county of Marion will also be held responsible, and compelled to pay all expenses of transporting, &c., of this expedition, and of its support while here. This occupation will continue until the marauders who fired upon the train, and those who in open day