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Harford (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 9
in Baltimore. We have a copy of the order of Major General Schenck, issued after the burning of two barns, owned by two Federal enrolling officers, in Harford county, Md. It is as follows: Headq'rs Middle Department, Eighth Army Corps, Baltimore, July 27th, 1863. Two barns and other property situated in the Fourth Election District, Harford county, Md., belonging to, or occupied by, Levi Pennington and Joseph Perry and brother, loyal citizens of that district, having been burnt and destroyed by persons who resorted to that outrage as a means of preventing and deterring the proper official authorities from the enforcement of the enrollment act aimore, to be held in confinement until compliance with this order is enforced. Capt. Wm. L. Cannon, 1st Delaware cavalry, now on duty with his command in Harford county, is charged with giving the necessary notices, and generally with the execution of this order. The money thus obtained will be paid over, when collected, to
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 9
Yankee rule in Maryland. The blockade runners often bring through from Baltimore such extraordinary stories of Yankee tyranny in Maryland that their improbability has in many cases caused their rejection by the public as untrue. Their narratives of petty cruelty, however, are excelled by those we find in the local columns of the city newspapers. In the city department of the Baltimore Sun of the 6th inst., we find that eighteen persons were arrested on the day before "for attending the fMaryland that their improbability has in many cases caused their rejection by the public as untrue. Their narratives of petty cruelty, however, are excelled by those we find in the local columns of the city newspapers. In the city department of the Baltimore Sun of the 6th inst., we find that eighteen persons were arrested on the day before "for attending the funeral of Capt. Wm. D. Brown, of the Confederate army, at Greenmount Cemetery." Five of them, including the father of the deceased, were released, and the remainder were notified to appear before the Provost Marshal. At the appointed time all were present, and Mr. John H. Weaver, the undertaker, was called to be questioned as to a new Confederate uniform reported to have been put on the body previous to burial. The testimony of Mr. W., was to the effect that except a piece of gray cloth laid o
nment of the country and encouragers of rebellion and treason, and who reside within a distance of six miles from the points where the barns were burnt: James A Amos, $221; Clement Butler, $44; Thos L. Emory, $18; &braham A Gilbert, $28; Shadrack R. Gilbert, $22; Jno Hawkirs, $34; Thos Hope, $85; Wm B. Jarrett, $10; George Lemmon, $49. Richard Meechem, $30; Nathan Nelson, $79; Nicholas H. Nelson, $190; Robert Nelson, $68; Evan S. Rogers, $472; Abraham Rutlege, $74; Jno W. Rutlege, $178; Chas H Raite, $155, John Rush Street, $20; Dr. St. Clair Street, $129; Shadrack Street, Jr. $29; Dr. Abraham J. Street, $247; John Walter Street, $56; Shadrack Street, Sr. $40; Jas R. Scarf, $110; Ell Turner, $48; Jas W. Folly, $58; Howard Walters. $25; Caleb Wright, $30; Jno D. Alderson, $17; Thomas Alderson, $40; Jas Watt, $38; Nathan Hurst, $18; Nathan Grafton, $10; Thos Bay, $10; Howard Whitaker, $20. Total, $3,000. The several persons above named will be notified that they are required
George Lemmon (search for this): article 9
property destroyed, is made and shall be collected immediately in the following amounts and from the following named persons, known to be disaffected to the loyal Government of the country and encouragers of rebellion and treason, and who reside within a distance of six miles from the points where the barns were burnt: James A Amos, $221; Clement Butler, $44; Thos L. Emory, $18; &braham A Gilbert, $28; Shadrack R. Gilbert, $22; Jno Hawkirs, $34; Thos Hope, $85; Wm B. Jarrett, $10; George Lemmon, $49. Richard Meechem, $30; Nathan Nelson, $79; Nicholas H. Nelson, $190; Robert Nelson, $68; Evan S. Rogers, $472; Abraham Rutlege, $74; Jno W. Rutlege, $178; Chas H Raite, $155, John Rush Street, $20; Dr. St. Clair Street, $129; Shadrack Street, Jr. $29; Dr. Abraham J. Street, $247; John Walter Street, $56; Shadrack Street, Sr. $40; Jas R. Scarf, $110; Ell Turner, $48; Jas W. Folly, $58; Howard Walters. $25; Caleb Wright, $30; Jno D. Alderson, $17; Thomas Alderson, $40; Jas Watt, $38;
Robert Nelson (search for this): article 9
and from the following named persons, known to be disaffected to the loyal Government of the country and encouragers of rebellion and treason, and who reside within a distance of six miles from the points where the barns were burnt: James A Amos, $221; Clement Butler, $44; Thos L. Emory, $18; &braham A Gilbert, $28; Shadrack R. Gilbert, $22; Jno Hawkirs, $34; Thos Hope, $85; Wm B. Jarrett, $10; George Lemmon, $49. Richard Meechem, $30; Nathan Nelson, $79; Nicholas H. Nelson, $190; Robert Nelson, $68; Evan S. Rogers, $472; Abraham Rutlege, $74; Jno W. Rutlege, $178; Chas H Raite, $155, John Rush Street, $20; Dr. St. Clair Street, $129; Shadrack Street, Jr. $29; Dr. Abraham J. Street, $247; John Walter Street, $56; Shadrack Street, Sr. $40; Jas R. Scarf, $110; Ell Turner, $48; Jas W. Folly, $58; Howard Walters. $25; Caleb Wright, $30; Jno D. Alderson, $17; Thomas Alderson, $40; Jas Watt, $38; Nathan Hurst, $18; Nathan Grafton, $10; Thos Bay, $10; Howard Whitaker, $20. Total, $3,
Howard Whitaker (search for this): article 9
H. Nelson, $190; Robert Nelson, $68; Evan S. Rogers, $472; Abraham Rutlege, $74; Jno W. Rutlege, $178; Chas H Raite, $155, John Rush Street, $20; Dr. St. Clair Street, $129; Shadrack Street, Jr. $29; Dr. Abraham J. Street, $247; John Walter Street, $56; Shadrack Street, Sr. $40; Jas R. Scarf, $110; Ell Turner, $48; Jas W. Folly, $58; Howard Walters. $25; Caleb Wright, $30; Jno D. Alderson, $17; Thomas Alderson, $40; Jas Watt, $38; Nathan Hurst, $18; Nathan Grafton, $10; Thos Bay, $10; Howard Whitaker, $20. Total, $3,000. The several persons above named will be notified that they are required to pay their proportions of the assessment thus made within three days from the notification. In case of the neglect of any of them to pay after being thus notified, an officer will at once proceed to make collection thereof; and any person refusing to pay on demand shall be forthwith arrested and sent to the Provost Marshal of this army corps, at Baltimore, to be held in confinement until
Wm B. Jarrett (search for this): article 9
timated value of the property destroyed, is made and shall be collected immediately in the following amounts and from the following named persons, known to be disaffected to the loyal Government of the country and encouragers of rebellion and treason, and who reside within a distance of six miles from the points where the barns were burnt: James A Amos, $221; Clement Butler, $44; Thos L. Emory, $18; &braham A Gilbert, $28; Shadrack R. Gilbert, $22; Jno Hawkirs, $34; Thos Hope, $85; Wm B. Jarrett, $10; George Lemmon, $49. Richard Meechem, $30; Nathan Nelson, $79; Nicholas H. Nelson, $190; Robert Nelson, $68; Evan S. Rogers, $472; Abraham Rutlege, $74; Jno W. Rutlege, $178; Chas H Raite, $155, John Rush Street, $20; Dr. St. Clair Street, $129; Shadrack Street, Jr. $29; Dr. Abraham J. Street, $247; John Walter Street, $56; Shadrack Street, Sr. $40; Jas R. Scarf, $110; Ell Turner, $48; Jas W. Folly, $58; Howard Walters. $25; Caleb Wright, $30; Jno D. Alderson, $17; Thomas Alderson,
Thos L. Emory (search for this): article 9
s of that neighborhood. For this purpose an assessment of three thousand dollars ($3,000,) being the estimated value of the property destroyed, is made and shall be collected immediately in the following amounts and from the following named persons, known to be disaffected to the loyal Government of the country and encouragers of rebellion and treason, and who reside within a distance of six miles from the points where the barns were burnt: James A Amos, $221; Clement Butler, $44; Thos L. Emory, $18; &braham A Gilbert, $28; Shadrack R. Gilbert, $22; Jno Hawkirs, $34; Thos Hope, $85; Wm B. Jarrett, $10; George Lemmon, $49. Richard Meechem, $30; Nathan Nelson, $79; Nicholas H. Nelson, $190; Robert Nelson, $68; Evan S. Rogers, $472; Abraham Rutlege, $74; Jno W. Rutlege, $178; Chas H Raite, $155, John Rush Street, $20; Dr. St. Clair Street, $129; Shadrack Street, Jr. $29; Dr. Abraham J. Street, $247; John Walter Street, $56; Shadrack Street, Sr. $40; Jas R. Scarf, $110; Ell Turner,
to take the oath, as there was then no compulsion. They each and all declined to comply with the request and the declinations were noted opposite each name and kept. Such is Yankee rule in Baltimore. We have a copy of the order of Major General Schenck, issued after the burning of two barns, owned by two Federal enrolling officers, in Harford county, Md. It is as follows: Headq'rs Middle Department, Eighth Army Corps, Baltimore, July 27th, 1863. Two barns and other property situhal, of that Congressional district, in trust, to be distributed and paid by him to the sufferers, Messrs. Pennington and Perry. It is to be understood, however, that in consequence of the reimbursement to the owners no officer will relax his vigilance in detecting, arresting, and bringing to punishment, under the provisions of law, the guilty parties to the incendiary and treasonable acts of destruction. By order of Major General Schenck. W. H. Cheseborough, Lieut. Colonel and A. A. G.
Jno W. Rutlege (search for this): article 9
o the loyal Government of the country and encouragers of rebellion and treason, and who reside within a distance of six miles from the points where the barns were burnt: James A Amos, $221; Clement Butler, $44; Thos L. Emory, $18; &braham A Gilbert, $28; Shadrack R. Gilbert, $22; Jno Hawkirs, $34; Thos Hope, $85; Wm B. Jarrett, $10; George Lemmon, $49. Richard Meechem, $30; Nathan Nelson, $79; Nicholas H. Nelson, $190; Robert Nelson, $68; Evan S. Rogers, $472; Abraham Rutlege, $74; Jno W. Rutlege, $178; Chas H Raite, $155, John Rush Street, $20; Dr. St. Clair Street, $129; Shadrack Street, Jr. $29; Dr. Abraham J. Street, $247; John Walter Street, $56; Shadrack Street, Sr. $40; Jas R. Scarf, $110; Ell Turner, $48; Jas W. Folly, $58; Howard Walters. $25; Caleb Wright, $30; Jno D. Alderson, $17; Thomas Alderson, $40; Jas Watt, $38; Nathan Hurst, $18; Nathan Grafton, $10; Thos Bay, $10; Howard Whitaker, $20. Total, $3,000. The several persons above named will be notified that t
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