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Culpeper (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H., Feb. 1. --The enemy's cavalry, guided by a man named Robinson, dashed across Robinson's River early on Sunday morning, capturing some of our pickets. After visiting Madison C. H., and capturing the contents of the mail at that place, they re-crossed to Culpeper county. The enemy have been scouting during the past week, and changing camps. Major General Breckinridge arrived here to-day, and is the guest of General Lee.
Madison Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H., Feb. 1. --The enemy's cavalry, guided by a man named Robinson, dashed across Robinson's River early on Sunday morning, capturing some of our pickets. After visiting Madison C. H., and capturing the contents of the mail at that place, they re-crossed to Culpeper county. The enemy have been scouting during the past week, and changing camps. Major General Breckinridge arrived here to-day, and is the guest of General Lee.
William F. Gordon (search for this): article 1
he officer of said patrol shall have all the power conferred in the first and second sections of this act. The Court herein mentioned may meet at any convenient and safe point designated by the presiding Justice. 5. The orders of said Court shall be certified by the presiding justice to the Clerk of the County or Corporation Court when the same shall not be held at the Court house thereof, and shall be issued and executed as other orders of the Court. 6. Any willful neglect or refusal to perform the duties prescribed in the last two preceding sections shall be deemed a misdemeanor, and subject the offender to the pains and penalties mentioned in the third section of this act. 7. This act shall be specially given in charge to all grand juries, and shall immediately after its passage be published by proclamation of the Governor. 8. This act shall be in force from its passage. A copy from the rolls — Teste: Wm. F. Gordon, Jr., C. H. D. and K. of R. ja 22--sa3t
William Smith (search for this): article 1
re, I, William Smith Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, do hereby proclaim that the annexed is a true copy of the act aforesaid and all officers affected by its provisions are required promptly and efficiently to execute the same, and the people generally are called upon to render willing obedience to its provisions. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 21st day of January, 1864, and in the 88th year of the Commonwealth. William Smith. By the Governor: George W Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. an act, amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863. entitled an act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities. Passed Jan. 20, 1864. 1. Be by the General Assembly, That the first, second and third sections of the act passed October the twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty three, entitled an act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities, be amended and
By the Governor of Virginia. --A Proclamation — The General Assembly of Virginia having, on the 20th instant, passed an act amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863, entitled --An act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities, and having directed the same to be published by proclamation of the Governor, Therefore, I, William Smith Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, do hereby proclaim that the annexed is a true copy of the act aforesaid and all officers affected by its provisions are required promptly and efficiently to execute the same, and the people generally are called upon to render willing obedience to its provisions. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 21st day of January, 1864, and in the 88th year of the Commonwealth. William Smith. By the Governor: George W Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. an act, amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863. entitled
onwealth of Virginia, do hereby proclaim that the annexed is a true copy of the act aforesaid and all officers affected by its provisions are required promptly and efficiently to execute the same, and the people generally are called upon to render willing obedience to its provisions. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 21st day of January, 1864, and in the 88th year of the Commonwealth. William Smith. By the Governor: George W Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. an act, amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863. entitled an act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities. Passed Jan. 20, 1864. 1. Be by the General Assembly, That the first, second and third sections of the act passed October the twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty three, entitled an act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities, be amended and re-enacted so as to read as follows: Th
October 27th, 1863 AD (search for this): article 1
the Governor of Virginia. --A Proclamation — The General Assembly of Virginia having, on the 20th instant, passed an act amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863, entitled --An act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities, and having directed the same to be published by proclamation of the Governoar of the Commonwealth. William Smith. By the Governor: George W Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. an act, amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863. entitled an act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities. Passed Jan. 20, 1864. 1. Be by the General Assembly, That the first, second and third sections of the act passed October the twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty three, entitled an act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities, be amended and re-enacted so as to read as follows: That all magistrates, sheriffs, sergeants, and constables, of the several counties and towns
January 20th, 1864 AD (search for this): article 1
and the people generally are called upon to render willing obedience to its provisions. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 21st day of January, 1864, and in the 88th year of the Commonwealth. William Smith. By the Governor: George W Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. an act, amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863. entitled an act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities. Passed Jan. 20, 1864. 1. Be by the General Assembly, That the first, second and third sections of the act passed October the twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty three, entitled an act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities, be amended and re-enacted so as to read as follows: That all magistrates, sheriffs, sergeants, and constables, of the several counties and towns in this Commonwealth be required to inform the nearest Confederate officer of all deserters and other deli
January 21st, 1864 AD (search for this): article 1
the same to be published by proclamation of the Governor, Therefore, I, William Smith Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, do hereby proclaim that the annexed is a true copy of the act aforesaid and all officers affected by its provisions are required promptly and efficiently to execute the same, and the people generally are called upon to render willing obedience to its provisions. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 21st day of January, 1864, and in the 88th year of the Commonwealth. William Smith. By the Governor: George W Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. an act, amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863. entitled an act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities. Passed Jan. 20, 1864. 1. Be by the General Assembly, That the first, second and third sections of the act passed October the twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty three, entitled an act to authorize
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
or towns and to arrest and aid in the arrest of all such delinquents, whether deserters, conscripts, or absentees without leave from the army or navy of the Confederate states. And they shall promptly notify the nearest Confederate officer, or Adjutant General, or the secretary of War, of such arrest and shall commit such desertet, in which he was convicted 4. further maded, That to facilitate the arrest and return of deserters and other delinquents from the Army and Navy of the Confederate States, it shall be the duty of the presiding Justice of any county, city, of town, whenever thereto requested by the Governor of the State, the Secretary of War of the Confederate States, or the Commanding General of the District or Department, and also when reliable information shall be brought to him that there are deserters or other delinquents, as aforesaid, lurking about or passing through his county, city, or town, to convene immediately two other magistrates to act with him, and sha
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