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under the command of General Jenkins, the Confederate officer commanding at Petersburg, he has no right to employ them, and has not attempted to employ them, and does not claim the right to employ them in any other service than that for which they were called out by the State authorities. It follows from the views which have been presented that the militia to which the petitioner belongs have not been "turned over to the service of the Confederate States," in the sense of the Act of February 5. The troops called out by the proclamation of January 10, were to be turned over to the Confederate States by being mustered into their service, and thereby passing under the exclusive control of the Confederate authorities, losing the character of State militia, and becoming, for the term of their enlistment, a part of the Confederate army, for as was said by the Supreme Court in Houston vs. Moore, after a detachment of militia have been called forth and have entered into the service of t