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Pulaski, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 4
Trying to disgrace their soldiers. --The Memphis Appeal learns that the Federal soldiers who were captured by Col. Morgan at Pulaski, a short time since, and who were paroled by that officer, made their way to Nashville, where an attempt was made by Andy Johnson and the authorities to force them to disregard their pledge and enter the service. To the honor of the prisoners and an eternal of the officials, the order positively refused to obey.
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Trying to disgrace their soldiers. --The Memphis Appeal learns that the Federal soldiers who were captured by Col. Morgan at Pulaski, a short time since, and who were paroled by that officer, made their way to Nashville, where an attempt was made by Andy Johnson and the authorities to force them to disregard their pledge and enter the service. To the honor of the prisoners and an eternal of the officials, the order positively refused to obey.
Trying to disgrace their soldiers. --The Memphis Appeal learns that the Federal soldiers who were captured by Col. Morgan at Pulaski, a short time since, and who were paroled by that officer, made their way to Nashville, where an attempt was made by Andy Johnson and the authorities to force them to disregard their pledge and enter the service. To the honor of the prisoners and an eternal of the officials, the order positively refused to obey.