The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 69
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Check List of Texas Imprints
from enrollment for service in the armies of the Confederate States."]
[Houston ?] 1862. 4 p. 10.5 x 17 cm. (9.25 x 14.25 cm.) 1724*
For' details of this act, see General order, no. i. Conscript service. Houston,
June so, 1862. No. 1764 below.
General order, no. 49. Houston, June 2, 1862. . . . [By authority
of the Governor, all State officers are placed at the disposal of the
Confederate government to enforce the act approved April 15, 1862,
"to further provide for the public defence."] [Houston ?] 1862.
Broadside. i p. 1o.5 x 17 cm. (8.2 x 11.5 cm.) 1724a*
Special orders, no. 819. Houston, June 3, 1862. ... [Boundary of
the sub-military district of Houston defined; headquarters at Houston;
Colonel George Flourneoy, commanding.] 1725"
Not seen; reprinted in Oficial Records, I, v. 9, p. 717.
General order, no. 51. Houston, June 5, 1862. ... [Martial law
reigns; provost marshals shall exercise their authority "with firmness,'
justice and proper discretion."] [Houston ?] 1862. Broadside. I p.
17 cm. 1726#
C. S. A. Army. Trans-Mississippi district south of Red River (Brig.
Gen. P. O. Hebert commanding, June i8 to August 2o, 1862).
General orders, no. 1. Houston, June 18, 1862. ... [Announces
taking command of the district comprising the State of Texas and
Louisiana west of the Mississippi River and south of Red River.] 1727"
Not seen; reprinted in Official Records, I, v. 9, p. 719.
San Antonio, July 3d, 1862.... [Charges preferred against persons
under martial law to be forwarded' to San Antonio, with lists of wit-
nesses, etc.] [San Antonio ?] 1862. Broadside. 1 p. 20.5 cm. 1727a*
General orders, no. 7. San Antonio, July 8, 1862. . . . [Brigadier
General H. P. Bee charged with execution of martial law through
the State of Texas and will appoint such Provost marshals as he may
deem proper.] [San Antonio ?] 1862. Broadside. 1 p. 20.5 cm. 1727b*
General orders, no. 11. San Antonio, July 11, 1862. ... [Seizure of
the private property of loyal citizens is a violation of law and will be
severely punished.] [San Antonio ?] 1862. Broadside. 1 p. 12.8 x 20o.5
cm. (8.2 x 7.5 cm.) 1728
Tx. Also in Oficial Records, I, v. 15, p. 824.
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