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Washington (United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Doc. 4.-enlistment of colored troops. General orders, no. 329. war Department, Adjutant-General's offices, Washington, D. C., October 13, 1863. whereas, the exigencies of the war require that colored troops be enlisted in the States of Maryland, Missouri, and Tennessee, it is ordered by the President, That the Chief of the Bureau for the Organization of Colored Troops shall establish recruiting stations at convenient places within said States, and give public notice thereof, and be governed by the following regulations: First. None but able-bodied persons shall be enlisted. Second. The State and county in which the enlistments are made shall be credited with the recruits enlisted. Third. All persons enlisted into the military service shall for ever thereafter be free. Fourth. Free persons, and slaves with the written consent of their owners, and slaves belonging to those who have been engaged in or given aid or comfort to the rebellion, may now be enli
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Doc. 4.-enlistment of colored troops. General orders, no. 329. war Department, Adjutant-General's offices, Washington, D. C., October 13, 1863. whereas, the exigencies of the war require that colored troops be enlisted in the States of Maryland, Missouri, and Tennessee, it is ordered by the President, That the Chief of the Bureau for the Organization of Colored Troops shall establish recruiting stations at convenient places within said States, and give public notice thereof, and be governed by the following regulations: First. None but able-bodied persons shall be enlisted. Second. The State and county in which the enlistments are made shall be credited with the recruits enlisted. Third. All persons enlisted into the military service shall for ever thereafter be free. Fourth. Free persons, and slaves with the written consent of their owners, and slaves belonging to those who have been engaged in or given aid or comfort to the rebellion, may now be enlis
Delaware (Delaware, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
hundred dollars for each slave enlisted belonging to the claimant, and upon the claimant filing a valid deed of manumission and release of service, the board shall give the claimant a certificate of the sum awarded, which, on presentation, shall be paid by the chief of the Bureau. Ninth. All enlistments of colored troops in the State of Maryland, otherwise than in accordance with these regulations, are forbidden. Tenth. No person who is or has been engaged in the rebellion against the Government of the United States, or who in any way has or shall give aid or comfort to the enemies of the Government, shall be permitted to present any claim or receive any compensation for the labor or service of any slave, and all claimants shall file with their claims an oath of allegiance to the United States. By order of the President. E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant-General. This order was extended, on October twenty-sixth, to Delaware, at the personal request of Governor Cannon.
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Bureau. Ninth. All enlistments of colored troops in the State of Maryland, otherwise than in accordance with these regulations, are forbidden. Tenth. No person who is or has been engaged in the rebellion against the Government of the United States, or who in any way has or shall give aid or comfort to the enemies of the Government, shall be permitted to present any claim or receive any compensation for the labor or service of any slave, and all claimants shall file with their claims anvernment of the United States, or who in any way has or shall give aid or comfort to the enemies of the Government, shall be permitted to present any claim or receive any compensation for the labor or service of any slave, and all claimants shall file with their claims an oath of allegiance to the United States. By order of the President. E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant-General. This order was extended, on October twenty-sixth, to Delaware, at the personal request of Governor Cannon.
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
oc. 4.-enlistment of colored troops. General orders, no. 329. war Department, Adjutant-General's offices, Washington, D. C., October 13, 1863. whereas, the exigencies of the war require that colored troops be enlisted in the States of Maryland, Missouri, and Tennessee, it is ordered by the President, That the Chief of the Bureau for the Organization of Colored Troops shall establish recruiting stations at convenient places within said States, and give public notice thereof, and be ng a valid deed of manumission and release of service, the board shall give the claimant a certificate of the sum awarded, which, on presentation, shall be paid by the chief of the Bureau. Ninth. All enlistments of colored troops in the State of Maryland, otherwise than in accordance with these regulations, are forbidden. Tenth. No person who is or has been engaged in the rebellion against the Government of the United States, or who in any way has or shall give aid or comfort to the ene
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Doc. 4.-enlistment of colored troops. General orders, no. 329. war Department, Adjutant-General's offices, Washington, D. C., October 13, 1863. whereas, the exigencies of the war require that colored troops be enlisted in the States of Maryland, Missouri, and Tennessee, it is ordered by the President, That the Chief of the Bureau for the Organization of Colored Troops shall establish recruiting stations at convenient places within said States, and give public notice thereof, and be governed by the following regulations: First. None but able-bodied persons shall be enlisted. Second. The State and county in which the enlistments are made shall be credited with the recruits enlisted. Third. All persons enlisted into the military service shall for ever thereafter be free. Fourth. Free persons, and slaves with the written consent of their owners, and slaves belonging to those who have been engaged in or given aid or comfort to the rebellion, may now be enli
hundred dollars for each slave enlisted belonging to the claimant, and upon the claimant filing a valid deed of manumission and release of service, the board shall give the claimant a certificate of the sum awarded, which, on presentation, shall be paid by the chief of the Bureau. Ninth. All enlistments of colored troops in the State of Maryland, otherwise than in accordance with these regulations, are forbidden. Tenth. No person who is or has been engaged in the rebellion against the Government of the United States, or who in any way has or shall give aid or comfort to the enemies of the Government, shall be permitted to present any claim or receive any compensation for the labor or service of any slave, and all claimants shall file with their claims an oath of allegiance to the United States. By order of the President. E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant-General. This order was extended, on October twenty-sixth, to Delaware, at the personal request of Governor Cannon.
E. D. Townsend (search for this): chapter 6
hundred dollars for each slave enlisted belonging to the claimant, and upon the claimant filing a valid deed of manumission and release of service, the board shall give the claimant a certificate of the sum awarded, which, on presentation, shall be paid by the chief of the Bureau. Ninth. All enlistments of colored troops in the State of Maryland, otherwise than in accordance with these regulations, are forbidden. Tenth. No person who is or has been engaged in the rebellion against the Government of the United States, or who in any way has or shall give aid or comfort to the enemies of the Government, shall be permitted to present any claim or receive any compensation for the labor or service of any slave, and all claimants shall file with their claims an oath of allegiance to the United States. By order of the President. E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant-General. This order was extended, on October twenty-sixth, to Delaware, at the personal request of Governor Cannon.
Doc. 4.-enlistment of colored troops. General orders, no. 329. war Department, Adjutant-General's offices, Washington, D. C., October 13, 1863. whereas, the exigencies of the war require that colored troops be enlisted in the States of Maryland, Missouri, and Tennessee, it is ordered by the President, That the Chief of the Bureau for the Organization of Colored Troops shall establish recruiting stations at convenient places within said States, and give public notice thereof, and be governed by the following regulations: First. None but able-bodied persons shall be enlisted. Second. The State and county in which the enlistments are made shall be credited with the recruits enlisted. Third. All persons enlisted into the military service shall for ever thereafter be free. Fourth. Free persons, and slaves with the written consent of their owners, and slaves belonging to those who have been engaged in or given aid or comfort to the rebellion, may now be enli
October 13th, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 6
Doc. 4.-enlistment of colored troops. General orders, no. 329. war Department, Adjutant-General's offices, Washington, D. C., October 13, 1863. whereas, the exigencies of the war require that colored troops be enlisted in the States of Maryland, Missouri, and Tennessee, it is ordered by the President, That the Chief of the Bureau for the Organization of Colored Troops shall establish recruiting stations at convenient places within said States, and give public notice thereof, and be governed by the following regulations: First. None but able-bodied persons shall be enlisted. Second. The State and county in which the enlistments are made shall be credited with the recruits enlisted. Third. All persons enlisted into the military service shall for ever thereafter be free. Fourth. Free persons, and slaves with the written consent of their owners, and slaves belonging to those who have been engaged in or given aid or comfort to the rebellion, may now be enlis
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