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izens of Page county, Virginia, to be held as hostages, and to suffer death in the event of any of the soldiers of said Steinwehr being shot by "bushwhackers," by which term are meant the citizens of this Confederacy who have taken up arms to defend in the perpetration of such infamous barbarities; VII. Therefore, it is ordered, that Major-General Pope, Brigadier-General Steinwehr, and all commissioned officers serving under their respective commands be, and they are hereby, expressly and of future prisoners of war. Ordered, further, that in the event of the capture of Major-General Pope, or Brigadier General Steinwehr, or of any commissioned officer serving under them, the captive so taken shall be held in close confinement so as spies if found quietly tilling the farms in his rear, even outside of his lines, and one of his Brigadier-Generals, Steinwehr, has seized upon innocent and peaceful in habitants to be field as hostages, to the end that they may be murdered in co