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irginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas, are directed to seize and use any property, real or personal, belonging to the inhabitants of this Confederacy, which may be necessary or convenient for their several commands, and no provision is made for any compensation to the owners of private property thus seized and appropriated by the military commanders of the enemy: III. And whereas, by General Order Number Eleven, issued on the 23d July, 1862, by Maj-Gen. Pope, commanding the forces of the enemy in Northern Virginia, it is ordered that all "commanders of any army corps, divisions, brigades, and detached commands, will proceed immediately to arrest all disloyal male citizens within their lines or within their reach in rear of their respective commands. Such as are willing to take the oath of allegiance to the United States and will furnish sufficient security for its observance, shall be permitted to remain at their homes and
The Daily Dispatch: August 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], The fight at Southwest mountain further particulars. (search)
ing of the arrest and imprisonment of Hon. A. O. P. Nicholson, of Tennessee, by the Yankees. We copy the following in relation to the matter from a correspondence in the New York Herald, dated "Columbia, Tenn., August 2d: Since the Richmond battles and evacuation of Corinth, there has been a great flutter here among the boldest of the rebels, in which ex-Senator A. O. P. Nicholson took an active part. The following speaks for itself! Headq'rs United States Forces, Columbia, July 23, 1862. Capt. Brinkler. Provost Marshal: Sir:--Place in close confinement, on soldier's fare, the Hon. A. C. F. Nicholson, an avowed traitor to his country, and for using the following language: That he had been a sympathizer with the South and was still a sympathizer with the rebellion; that he had made up his mind to take the consequences before he would take the oath. Jas. S. Negley, Brig. Gen. The arrest, which immediately took place, caused great excitement. A large num
From the South. From our Southern exchanges we obtain the following interesting summary of news: A warning to Hutler. Capt, McWaters has sent the following spirited letter to Hutler, the beast: Parish of St. James, July 23, 1862. Gen. B. F. Butler, New Orleans:Sir --I arrested Mr. S. N. Burbank, of the Parish of St. John the Baptist, and Mr. E. N. Burbank, of the Parish of Assumption, a few nights since, by orders from headquarters. They are charged with treason against the Confederacy and the State of Louisiana, and will be tried by my Government. I learn to-day that a number of gentlemen on the river have been arrested by your orders, and taken to New Orleans, to be held responsible, in their lives and property, in retaliation for the arrest of the Messrs. Burbank. If such is the fact, I think proper to notify you that the lives of the prisoners will be made answerable for those of the citizens arrested. The planters on the river had no concern or co
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