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United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 219
ed at the preservation of peace and the rapidly increasing evidences of confidence and good — will among the people of East Tennessee, strictly enjoins upon those under his command the most scrupulous regard for the personal and property rights of all the inhabitants. No act or word will be tolerated calculated to alarm or irritate those who, though heretofore advocating the National Union, now acquiesce in the decision of the State and submit to the authority of the Government of the Confederate States. Such of the people as have fled from their homes, under an apprechension of danger, will be encouraged to return, with an assurance of entire security to all who wish to pursue their respective avocations peacefully at home. The confederate Government seeks not to enter into questions of difference of political opinions heretofore existing, but to maintain the independence it has asserted by the united feeling and action of all its citizens. Colonels of regiments and captains of co
Knoxville (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 219
Doc. 194.-Zollicoffer's order, no. 3. brigade Headquarters, Knoxville, August 18, 1861. The General in command, gratified at the preservation of peace and the rapidly increasing evidences of confidence and good — will among the people of East Tennessee, strictly enjoins upon those under his command the most scrupulous regard for the personal and property rights of all the inhabitants. No act or word will be tolerated calculated to alarm or irritate those who, though heretofore advocating the National Union, now acquiesce in the decision of the State and submit to the authority of the Government of the Confederate States. Such of the people as have fled from their homes, under an apprechension of danger, will be encouraged to return, with an assurance of entire security to all who wish to pursue their respective avocations peacefully at home. The confederate Government seeks not to enter into questions of difference of political opinions heretofore existing, but to mainta
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 219
Doc. 194.-Zollicoffer's order, no. 3. brigade Headquarters, Knoxville, August 18, 1861. The General in command, gratified at the preservation of peace and the rapidly increasing evidences of confidence and good — will among the people of East Tennessee, strictly enjoins upon those under his command the most scrupulous regard for the personal and property rights of all the inhabitants. No act or word will be tolerated calculated to alarm or irritate those who, though heretofore advocating the National Union, now acquiesce in the decision of the State and submit to the authority of the Government of the Confederate States. Such of the people as have fled from their homes, under an apprechension of danger, will be encouraged to return, with an assurance of entire security to all who wish to pursue their respective avocations peacefully at home. The confederate Government seeks not to enter into questions of difference of political opinions heretofore existing, but to maintai
Doc. 194.-Zollicoffer's order, no. 3. brigade Headquarters, Knoxville, August 18, 1861. The General in command, gratified at the preservation of peace and the rapidly increasing evidences of confidence and good — will among the people of East Tennessee, strictly enjoins upon those under his command the most scrupulous regard for the personal and property rights of all the inhabitants. No act or word will be tolerated calculated to alarm or irritate those who, though heretofore advocating the National Union, now acquiesce in the decision of the State and submit to the authority of the Government of the Confederate States. Such of the people as have fled from their homes, under an apprechension of danger, will be encouraged to return, with an assurance of entire security to all who wish to pursue their respective avocations peacefully at home. The confederate Government seeks not to enter into questions of difference of political opinions heretofore existing, but to mainta
F. K. Zollicoffer (search for this): chapter 219
Doc. 194.-Zollicoffer's order, no. 3. brigade Headquarters, Knoxville, August 18, 1861. The General in command, gratified at the preservation of peace and the rapidly increasing evidences of confidence and good — will among the people of East Tennessee, strictly enjoins upon those under his command the most scrupulous regard for the personal and property rights of all the inhabitants. No act or word will be tolerated calculated to alarm or irritate those who, though heretofore advoc difference of political opinions heretofore existing, but to maintain the independence it has asserted by the united feeling and action of all its citizens. Colonels of regiments and captains of companies will be held responsible for a strict observance of this injunction within their respective commands, and each officer commanding a separate detachment or post will have this order read to his command. By order of Brig.-Gen. F. K. Zollicoffer. Pollock B. Lee, Assistant Adjutant-General.
Pollock B. Lee (search for this): chapter 219
calculated to alarm or irritate those who, though heretofore advocating the National Union, now acquiesce in the decision of the State and submit to the authority of the Government of the Confederate States. Such of the people as have fled from their homes, under an apprechension of danger, will be encouraged to return, with an assurance of entire security to all who wish to pursue their respective avocations peacefully at home. The confederate Government seeks not to enter into questions of difference of political opinions heretofore existing, but to maintain the independence it has asserted by the united feeling and action of all its citizens. Colonels of regiments and captains of companies will be held responsible for a strict observance of this injunction within their respective commands, and each officer commanding a separate detachment or post will have this order read to his command. By order of Brig.-Gen. F. K. Zollicoffer. Pollock B. Lee, Assistant Adjutant-General.
August 18th, 1861 AD (search for this): chapter 219
Doc. 194.-Zollicoffer's order, no. 3. brigade Headquarters, Knoxville, August 18, 1861. The General in command, gratified at the preservation of peace and the rapidly increasing evidences of confidence and good — will among the people of East Tennessee, strictly enjoins upon those under his command the most scrupulous regard for the personal and property rights of all the inhabitants. No act or word will be tolerated calculated to alarm or irritate those who, though heretofore advocating the National Union, now acquiesce in the decision of the State and submit to the authority of the Government of the Confederate States. Such of the people as have fled from their homes, under an apprechension of danger, will be encouraged to return, with an assurance of entire security to all who wish to pursue their respective avocations peacefully at home. The confederate Government seeks not to enter into questions of difference of political opinions heretofore existing, but to mainta