The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 76
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Orders, no. 5. Austin, August 5, 1862. ... [Persons over 35 or
under 18, and those taking the alien oath cannot be accepted as sub-
stitutes.] [Austin ?] 1862. Broadside. 1 p. 12.5 x i8 cm. (9.2 x 16.4
cm.) 1 z769
Orders, no. 7. Austin, September 17th, 1862. [Persons exempt
from conscription by reason of employment must be sworn into the
service of the Confederate States, and furloughed as long as they
remain so employed. Discharges on account of disability are valid
only as long as the disability continues.] [Austin ?] 1862. Broadside.
1 p. 13 x 13 cm. (lo x 10.5 cm.) 1770
Orders no. 8. Austin, September 20, 1862. .. [Publication of Gen-
eral orders, no. 23, Adjutant and Inspector General's office, Richmond,
April 15, 1862. .... Enlistment of twelve months' men prohibited;
conscripts not to be assigned to partisan rangers or volunteer com-
panies.] [Austin ?] 1862. Broadside. 1 p. 13 x 18 cm. (9 x 15.7
Orders, no. 9. Austin, October 8, 1862. . [In regard to exemptions
and furloughs.] [Austin ?] 1862. Broadside. 1 p. 13 x 18.5" cm. (g x
6.5 cm.) 1772.
The military exemption act. ... A bill to exempt certain persons
from military service, and to repeal act entitled 'An act to exempt
certain persons from enrollment for service in the army of the Con-
federate States,' approved April 21, 1862, is published for the infor-
mation and guidance of enrolling officers. J. P. Flewellen, Major,
superintendent conscripts. Austin, December 1th, 1862. [Austin ?]
1862. Broadside. i p., printed in two columns. 23.5 x 31.5 cm. (19 x
29 cm.) 1773
Orders, no. 12. Austin, December 15, 1862. .. [Orders to enroll
all male residents between the ages of 18 and 40, not exempted by
act of Congress. .. Conditions affecting exemptions, discharges, sub-
stitutes, boards of examination.] [Austin ?] 1862. Broadside. 1 p.
13.3 x 20.5 cm. (9.3 x 17.5 cm.) 1774
Orders, no. 13. Austin, December 23d, 1862. ... [Regulations con-
cerning ranch help, enrollment in particular regiments, squadrons,
battalions and companies, exemptions for conscientious objectors, for
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