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als composing the great Volunteer. Army of the Confederacy depends, if not the ultimate fate of the country, much of its weal or woe. You are now asked to re-enlist for the war. Will you go home and abandon the cause without striking a blow, or will you fight it out? To each soldier re-enlisting is offered a bounty of fifty dollars and a furlough of sufficient duration to enable him to go home and arrange his affairs for the impending struggle for a life worth living, or a death preferable to a life of miserable slavery. To all is offered a country's gratitude and imperishable renews. Your unanimous, prompt, and hearty response to this call will more depress the courage and cool the ardor of the enemy than a great defeat. Commanding officers of posts, regiments, and unattached companies will carry into immediate execution General Order, No. 1 dated Richmond, January 1, 1862. By order, Brig. Gen'l Joseph R. Anderson. Roscoe B. Heath. Assistant Adjutant General.