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West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
The message of the Bogus Governor of Bogus West Virginia. --The Cincinnati Gazette publishes the annual message of Arthur R. Boreman, Governor of the territory called West Virginia. Of the number of men that have been furnished by West, Virginia to the armies of Lincoln, the "Governor" says: It may be seen from the Adjutant General's report that what is now the State of West Virginia has furnished 20,299 volunteers to the Government army during the present war of whom 19,146 were for three years, and 1,153 for six months service. If the time of the 1,153 six months men is so calculated that the State may get credit for them on a call for three years men, it will be seen that they are equal to 191 three years recruits; and thus calculated it will be found that up to the time of the last call of the President for three hundred thousand men, this State was in excess of all demands upon her of 5,028 three years men. This is a record, of which any citizen of the State should b
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
property beyond the lines. It is absolutely necessary to our peace, and to the continuance of civil organization in many of the counties, that these captures cease, and I intend if it be possible, that they shall cease. If the disloyal amongst us will not give information of the presence of these bands in the neighborhood, a sufficient number of them, not less than two for one, shall be a rested and imprisoned until the captured loyal person is returned.--The General Assembly of the State of Virginia passed a law authorizing the arrest of hostages, which is still in force here, and in every instance of the capture of a private citizen or civil officer by the rebels I have caused hostages to be arrested, and I shall continue to do so until the barbarous practice is broken up. The disloyal in our midst can prevent these captures in another way, and that is by making proper representations to their rebel leaders. It is known that they keep up correspondence with them. This is not de
Arthur R. Boreman (search for this): article 9
The message of the Bogus Governor of Bogus West Virginia. --The Cincinnati Gazette publishes the annual message of Arthur R. Boreman, Governor of the territory called West Virginia. Of the number of men that have been furnished by West, Virginia to the armies of Lincoln, the "Governor" says: It may be seen from the Adjutant General's report that what is now the State of West Virginia has furnished 20,299 volunteers to the Government army during the present war of whom 19,146 were for three years, and 1,153 for six months service. If the time of the 1,153 six months men is so calculated that the State may get credit for them on a call for three years men, it will be seen that they are equal to 191 three years recruits; and thus calculated it will be found that up to the time of the last call of the President for three hundred thousand men, this State was in excess of all demands upon her of 5,028 three years men. This is a record, of which any citizen of the State should
The message of the Bogus Governor of Bogus West Virginia. --The Cincinnati Gazette publishes the annual message of Arthur R. Boreman, Governor of the territory called West Virginia. Of the number of men that have been furnished by West, Virginia to the armies of Lincoln, the "Governor" says: It may be seen from the Adjutant General's report that what is now the State of West Virginia has furnished 20,299 volunteers to the Government army during the present war of whom 19,146 were for three years, and 1,153 for six months service. If the time of the 1,153 six months men is so calculated that the State may get credit for them on a call for three years men, it will be seen that they are equal to 191 three years recruits; and thus calculated it will be found that up to the time of the last call of the President for three hundred thousand men, this State was in excess of all demands upon her of 5,028 three years men. This is a record, of which any citizen of the State should b
The message of the Bogus Governor of Bogus West Virginia. --The Cincinnati Gazette publishes the annual message of Arthur R. Boreman, Governor of the territory called West Virginia. Of the number of men that have been furnished by West, Virginia to the armies of Lincoln, the "Governor" says: It may be seen from the Adjutant General's report that what is now the State of West Virginia has furnished 20,299 volunteers to the Government army during the present war of whom 19,146 were for three years, and 1,153 for six months service. If the time of the 1,153 six months men is so calculated that the State may get credit for them on a call for three years men, it will be seen that they are equal to 191 three years recruits; and thus calculated it will be found that up to the time of the last call of the President for three hundred thousand men, this State was in excess of all demands upon her of 5,028 three years men. This is a record, of which any citizen of the State should