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Jefferson Davis (search for this): article 3
nce of the expel declaration, from the highest military authority of the Yankee Government, that the orders of Gen. Pope, to which exception had been taken by President Davis, were no longer in force. The reason for their detention, according to the proclamation of President Davis, no longer existing, they stood upon precisely thePresident Davis, no longer existing, they stood upon precisely the same footing as other Yankee officers, and were, therefore, subject to parole and exchange. Our readers are doubtless aware of the ground upon which the close confinement of Pope's officers was placed. Our Government, always anxious to conduct this contest upon the acknowledged usages of civilized warfare, was forced, by the hig made inoperative, and repealed, the necessity for that proclamation, as well as its justification, ceased. We are glad that the prompt and decided course of President Davis has thus caused these obnoxious orders to be repudiated by the Yankee Government, and thus far at least, prevented the war from drifting into one of rapine an
The release of Pope's officers. --The release and departure from this city of Pope's officers has been noticed. The Enquirer, of yesterday, thus explains the rm the highest military authority of the Yankee Government, that the orders of Gen. Pope, to which exception had been taken by President Davis, were no longer in forcur readers are doubtless aware of the ground upon which the close confinement of Pope's officers was placed. Our Government, always anxious to conduct this contest unt was purely a matter of retaliation, forced upon him by the infamous orders of Pope. When those orders were made inoperative, and repealed, the necessity for that , further that the Federal authorities have not only declared that the orders of Pope are not in force, out live communicated to our own authorities the additional fat in force, out live communicated to our own authorities the additional facts that Pope has been relieved from his command, and his troops assigned to other corps.
Popes (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 3
The release of Pope's officers. --The release and departure from this city of Pope's officers has been noticed. The Enquirer, of yesterday, thus explains the reason of their release: This action was taken in consequence of the expel declaration, from the highest military authority of the Yankee Government, that the orders of Gen. Pope, to which exception had been taken by President Davis, were no longer in force. The reason for their detention, according to the proclamation of President Davis, no longer existing, they stood upon precisely the same footing as other Yankee officers, and were, therefore, subject to parole and exchange. Our readers are doubtless aware of the ground upon which the close confinement of Pope's officers was placed. Our Government, always anxious to conduct this contest upon the acknowledged usages of civilized warfare, was forced, by the highest obligations of duty to its citizens, to adopt such measures of retribution, and retaliation as would