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s of the enemy, is positively prohibited, except through the military authorities, and in the manner specified by military law; and any person concerned in writing or in carrying letters or messages in any other way, will be considered and treated as a spy within the lines of the United States army. By command of Major-Gen. Pope. Geo. D. Ruggles, Col. A. A.G., and Chief of Staff. Official: T. C. H. Smith, Lieut.-Colonel and A. D.C.
headquarters army of Virginia, near Sperryville, Va., Aug. 6, 1862.
General orders, No. 18.--Hereafter, in all marches of the army, no straggling, or lagging behind, will be allowed.
Commanders of regiments will be held responsible that this order is observed, and they will march habitually in the rear of their regiments — company commanders in the rear of their respective companies.
They will suffer no man of their command to fall behind them on any excuse, except by a written permit of the medical officer of the regiment, that they are too sick