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Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
--The order of Gen. Wild, sentencing Rev. Mr. Wingfield, of Portsmouth, Va., to sweep the streets in the chain gang has been revoked by Butter. The following is the order revoking it: Headq'rs 13th army Corps.Dep't Va, and N. Carolina,Fortress Monroe, March 1, 1864. The remainder of the sentence imposed by Brig Gen. Wild upon the Rev. Mr. Wingfield is remitted. He will be sent to Capt. assels at Fortress Monroe, for custody. His punishment is remitted not from respect for his actsss Monroe, March 1, 1864. The remainder of the sentence imposed by Brig Gen. Wild upon the Rev. Mr. Wingfield is remitted. He will be sent to Capt. assels at Fortress Monroe, for custody. His punishment is remitted not from respect for his acts, or because it is unjust but because its nature may be supposed to reflect upon the Christian Church, which by his connection with it has been already too much disgraced. By command of Maj. Gen. Butler. (Signed,) A. B. Puffer, Capt. A. D. C.
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
Revocation of a Brutal order. --The order of Gen. Wild, sentencing Rev. Mr. Wingfield, of Portsmouth, Va., to sweep the streets in the chain gang has been revoked by Butter. The following is the order revoking it: Headq'rs 13th army Corps.Dep't Va, and N. Carolina,Fortress Monroe, March 1, 1864. The remainder of the sentence imposed by Brig Gen. Wild upon the Rev. Mr. Wingfield is remitted. He will be sent to Capt. assels at Fortress Monroe, for custody. His punishment is remitted not from respect for his acts, or because it is unjust but because its nature may be supposed to reflect upon the Christian Church, which by his connection with it has been already too much disgraced. By command of Maj. Gen. Butler. (Signed,) A. B. Puffer, Capt. A. D. C.
Wingfield (search for this): article 5
Revocation of a Brutal order. --The order of Gen. Wild, sentencing Rev. Mr. Wingfield, of Portsmouth, Va., to sweep the streets in the chain gang has been revoked by Butter. The following is the order revoking it: Headq'rs 13th army Corps.Dep't Va, and N. Carolina,Fortress Monroe, March 1, 1864. The remainder of the sentence imposed by Brig Gen. Wild upon the Rev. Mr. Wingfield is remitted. He will be sent to Capt. assels at Fortress Monroe, for custody. His punishment is remitess Monroe, March 1, 1864. The remainder of the sentence imposed by Brig Gen. Wild upon the Rev. Mr. Wingfield is remitted. He will be sent to Capt. assels at Fortress Monroe, for custody. His punishment is remitted not from respect for his acts, or because it is unjust but because its nature may be supposed to reflect upon the Christian Church, which by his connection with it has been already too much disgraced. By command of Maj. Gen. Butler. (Signed,) A. B. Puffer, Capt. A. D. C.
Revocation of a Brutal order. --The order of Gen. Wild, sentencing Rev. Mr. Wingfield, of Portsmouth, Va., to sweep the streets in the chain gang has been revoked by Butter. The following is the order revoking it: Headq'rs 13th army Corps.Dep't Va, and N. Carolina,Fortress Monroe, March 1, 1864. The remainder of the sentence imposed by Brig Gen. Wild upon the Rev. Mr. Wingfield is remitted. He will be sent to Capt. assels at Fortress Monroe, for custody. His punishment is remitted not from respect for his acts, or because it is unjust but because its nature may be supposed to reflect upon the Christian Church, which by his connection with it has been already too much disgraced. By command of Maj. Gen. Butler. (Signed,) A. B. Puffer, Capt. A. D. C.
Revocation of a Brutal order. --The order of Gen. Wild, sentencing Rev. Mr. Wingfield, of Portsmouth, Va., to sweep the streets in the chain gang has been revoked by Butter. The following is the order revoking it: Headq'rs 13th army Corps.Dep't Va, and N. Carolina,Fortress Monroe, March 1, 1864. The remainder of the sentence imposed by Brig Gen. Wild upon the Rev. Mr. Wingfield is remitted. He will be sent to Capt. assels at Fortress Monroe, for custody. His punishment is remitted not from respect for his acts, or because it is unjust but because its nature may be supposed to reflect upon the Christian Church, which by his connection with it has been already too much disgraced. By command of Maj. Gen. Butler. (Signed,) A. B. Puffer, Capt. A. D. C.
A. B. Puffer (search for this): article 5
Revocation of a Brutal order. --The order of Gen. Wild, sentencing Rev. Mr. Wingfield, of Portsmouth, Va., to sweep the streets in the chain gang has been revoked by Butter. The following is the order revoking it: Headq'rs 13th army Corps.Dep't Va, and N. Carolina,Fortress Monroe, March 1, 1864. The remainder of the sentence imposed by Brig Gen. Wild upon the Rev. Mr. Wingfield is remitted. He will be sent to Capt. assels at Fortress Monroe, for custody. His punishment is remitted not from respect for his acts, or because it is unjust but because its nature may be supposed to reflect upon the Christian Church, which by his connection with it has been already too much disgraced. By command of Maj. Gen. Butler. (Signed,) A. B. Puffer, Capt. A. D. C.
March 1st, 1864 AD (search for this): article 5
Revocation of a Brutal order. --The order of Gen. Wild, sentencing Rev. Mr. Wingfield, of Portsmouth, Va., to sweep the streets in the chain gang has been revoked by Butter. The following is the order revoking it: Headq'rs 13th army Corps.Dep't Va, and N. Carolina,Fortress Monroe, March 1, 1864. The remainder of the sentence imposed by Brig Gen. Wild upon the Rev. Mr. Wingfield is remitted. He will be sent to Capt. assels at Fortress Monroe, for custody. His punishment is remitted not from respect for his acts, or because it is unjust but because its nature may be supposed to reflect upon the Christian Church, which by his connection with it has been already too much disgraced. By command of Maj. Gen. Butler. (Signed,) A. B. Puffer, Capt. A. D. C.