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The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1864., [Electronic resource], Ladies banished from Vicksburg — free Religions Worship not allowed. (search)
Miss Latham daughters of Harvey Latham, residing near The Mississippi daughters of judge Barrett. The letter says: I send you a copy of Major-Gen. McPherson's order banishing certain ladies of Vicksburg beyond the Federal lines, together with a circumstantial account of their offence. [Circular.] Headquarters 17th Army Corps, Provost Marshal's Office, Vicksburg, Dec. 27th, 1863. The following named persons--Miss Kate Barnett, Miss Ella Barnett, Miss Laura Latham, Miss Eille Martin, and Mrs. Mary Moore--having acted disrespectfully towards the President and Government of the United States, and having unsuited the officers, soldiers, and loyal citizens of the United States, who had assembled at the Episcopal Church in Vicksburg, on Christmas day, for divine service, by abruptly leaving said church at that point in the services where the officiating minister plays for the welfare of "the President of the United States, and all others in authority," are hereby banis