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Greensburg (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 3
o the Federal authorities and says "I am willing to enlist, but my master objects," the master may be arrested, thrown into prison, and subjected to such other punishment as the "powers that be" may direct. The wonder is that the people of a sovereign State can tamely submit to such an usurpation of their rights; but, perhaps, like the ancient eels, they have "got used to skinning," and now scarcely wince under the operation: "Provost-Marshal's Office,"Ninth District of Kentucky,"Greensburg, Kentucky, May 17, 1864 "The following is a copy of a letter received to-day at this office, from headquarters Acting Assistant Provost-Marshal-General, Louisville, Kentucky, dated May 13th, 1864, which is published for the information of all concerned: "Captain: The orders this day received by telegraph from Brigadier-general Burbridge, herein quoted, will be complied with by provost-marshals and other officers engaged in making enlistments. The order is as follows: " 'Please d
Louisville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 3
nt as the "powers that be" may direct. The wonder is that the people of a sovereign State can tamely submit to such an usurpation of their rights; but, perhaps, like the ancient eels, they have "got used to skinning," and now scarcely wince under the operation: "Provost-Marshal's Office,"Ninth District of Kentucky,"Greensburg, Kentucky, May 17, 1864 "The following is a copy of a letter received to-day at this office, from headquarters Acting Assistant Provost-Marshal-General, Louisville, Kentucky, dated May 13th, 1864, which is published for the information of all concerned: "Captain: The orders this day received by telegraph from Brigadier-general Burbridge, herein quoted, will be complied with by provost-marshals and other officers engaged in making enlistments. The order is as follows: " 'Please direct all your provost-marshals to receive all negroes who may offer themselves, regardless of the wishes of the owners. * * * Any person who interferes with the enlist
S. G. Burbridge (search for this): article 3
ation of all concerned: "Captain: The orders this day received by telegraph from Brigadier-general Burbridge, herein quoted, will be complied with by provost-marshals and other officers engaged * * Any person who interferes with the enlistments will be promptly arrested. " '[Signed] S. G. Burbridge, " 'Brigadier-General Commanding.' "General Burbridge telegraphs further as follGeneral Burbridge telegraphs further as follows, and his advice will be confirmed and accepted: " 'Advise that the provost-marshals of the different districts be instructed to arrest any person interfering in any way with the drafting or enlistment of negroes. " '[Signed] S. G. Burbridge, " ' Brigadier-General Commanding.' "Report each case of arrest for this cause without delay to General Burbridge, and ask what disposiGeneral Burbridge, and ask what disposition to make of the arrested person. By order "George M. Lane, "Captain V. R. C. and Adjutant. "Captain W. C. Grier, Provost-Marshal Ninth District." Captain Grier issues his orders ac
W. C. Grier (search for this): article 3
ned] S. G. Burbridge, " ' Brigadier-General Commanding.' "Report each case of arrest for this cause without delay to General Burbridge, and ask what disposition to make of the arrested person. By order "George M. Lane, "Captain V. R. C. and Adjutant. "Captain W. C. Grier, Provost-Marshal Ninth District." Captain Grier issues his orders accordingly to all deputies and agents under him to enforce these orders "promptly," and to be "industrious in procuring recruits. " ned] S. G. Burbridge, " ' Brigadier-General Commanding.' "Report each case of arrest for this cause without delay to General Burbridge, and ask what disposition to make of the arrested person. By order "George M. Lane, "Captain V. R. C. and Adjutant. "Captain W. C. Grier, Provost-Marshal Ninth District." Captain Grier issues his orders accordingly to all deputies and agents under him to enforce these orders "promptly," and to be "industrious in procuring recruits. "
George M. Lane (search for this): article 3
es who may offer themselves, regardless of the wishes of the owners. * * * Any person who interferes with the enlistments will be promptly arrested. " '[Signed] S. G. Burbridge, " 'Brigadier-General Commanding.' "General Burbridge telegraphs further as follows, and his advice will be confirmed and accepted: " 'Advise that the provost-marshals of the different districts be instructed to arrest any person interfering in any way with the drafting or enlistment of negroes. " '[Signed] S. G. Burbridge, " ' Brigadier-General Commanding.' "Report each case of arrest for this cause without delay to General Burbridge, and ask what disposition to make of the arrested person. By order "George M. Lane, "Captain V. R. C. and Adjutant. "Captain W. C. Grier, Provost-Marshal Ninth District." Captain Grier issues his orders accordingly to all deputies and agents under him to enforce these orders "promptly," and to be "industrious in procuring recruits. "
May 17th, 1864 AD (search for this): article 3
orities and says "I am willing to enlist, but my master objects," the master may be arrested, thrown into prison, and subjected to such other punishment as the "powers that be" may direct. The wonder is that the people of a sovereign State can tamely submit to such an usurpation of their rights; but, perhaps, like the ancient eels, they have "got used to skinning," and now scarcely wince under the operation: "Provost-Marshal's Office,"Ninth District of Kentucky,"Greensburg, Kentucky, May 17, 1864 "The following is a copy of a letter received to-day at this office, from headquarters Acting Assistant Provost-Marshal-General, Louisville, Kentucky, dated May 13th, 1864, which is published for the information of all concerned: "Captain: The orders this day received by telegraph from Brigadier-general Burbridge, herein quoted, will be complied with by provost-marshals and other officers engaged in making enlistments. The order is as follows: " 'Please direct all your pro
May 13th, 1864 AD (search for this): article 3
may direct. The wonder is that the people of a sovereign State can tamely submit to such an usurpation of their rights; but, perhaps, like the ancient eels, they have "got used to skinning," and now scarcely wince under the operation: "Provost-Marshal's Office,"Ninth District of Kentucky,"Greensburg, Kentucky, May 17, 1864 "The following is a copy of a letter received to-day at this office, from headquarters Acting Assistant Provost-Marshal-General, Louisville, Kentucky, dated May 13th, 1864, which is published for the information of all concerned: "Captain: The orders this day received by telegraph from Brigadier-general Burbridge, herein quoted, will be complied with by provost-marshals and other officers engaged in making enlistments. The order is as follows: " 'Please direct all your provost-marshals to receive all negroes who may offer themselves, regardless of the wishes of the owners. * * * Any person who interferes with the enlistments will be promptly arr