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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 51.-Gov. Harris's General orders: issued February 19, 1862. (search)
command every available weapon of defence that can be had. 3. The militia in the First division, from the counties above and adjoining Knox County, will rendezvous at the city of Knoxville. The militia from the counties in this division south of Knoxville will rendezvous at Chattanooga. The militia of the Second and Third divisions will rendezvous at General A. S. Johnston's headquarters. The militia in the Fourth division, from the counties of Henry, Weakley, Gibson, Carroll, Benton, Decatur, Hardin, McNairy, Hardeman and Madison, will rendezvous at Henderson Station, and those from the other counties of this division will rendezvous at Memphis. 4. The general officers will make immediate arrangements for the transportation to and the supply and subsistence of their commands at said rendezvous. All receipts and orders given by them for such purpose will be evidence of indebtedness upon the part of the State. They will, by proper orders, consolidate squads into companies.
rs' have been sentenced to pay a fine of $500 each. The Washington Chronicle says the men in the North of Secession principles may possibly find a crumb of comfort in the fact that the Richmond Enquirer proposes to respond to their sympathies with the bayonet and artillery. The Tribune says the aggregate vote in about six hundred townships in New York shows a small Republican majority. So much for the "unprecedented political success" of the Democrats. At recent elections in Decatur, Ill, Cedar Rapids, and DeWitt, Iowa, all the Republican candidates were elected. The United States iron-clad Galena is now at the mouth of the James river watching the movements of the rebel iron-clad Merrimac No. 2. New Haven grocers are giving nutmege instead of pennies for small change. The Philadelphia mint is making nickels at the rate of $2,500 worth a day. The milk producers of New York have determined to increase the price one cent a quart for the next six months.