Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
30 Jul 1862

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30 Jul 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 30, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaAdvertiser office ii Baugn Penn a ?iinfn��fh0?nji50,, he i extensive tiltri.nnrra1a ? Type which will be increased As the in nov Salt �?�s8/ 01111 d0w turn out pwt Long of bin a scat exp Dit ii us manner Garasic a a business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare invitations tickets 4c., 4c. A bends of All kinds. Common and judgment a Odds. A school justices constables and other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Bale at this office at prices a to suit the subscription Price of the us anon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. A . Buskin Lebanon a. Eia wit Iii miser. Xii Roc a amp ektor u vol. 14�?no. 6. Lebanon pa., wednesday july 80, 1862. A was Mem Mulc a i hts a. Ceass to list we to a we. M. Breslin editor and proprietor. Lebanon a. Wednesday july 30, 1362. \ drafting a it scams to to Tho Generth impression throughout the states that drafting will Havo o to resorted too to fill up he new regiments called for though it is proposed to give volunteering a fair trial before proceeding to the drafting process. If drafting should be resorted too there will be interesting times. The number of sick and afflicted men even among the a last Mah and Fost Dollar a gents will be Large there will. Be Many a flame halt and Blind there will be those troubled with rheumatism who never before a Rete troubled Theio w u be men heretofore Spry and sought la who will become Prehatin Cly past forty five a o already Lea me claiming to be exempt on the score of age who a week ago would have been insulted if it had been charged Xii at they had a a Gray hair a the excuses Are numerous and there wiil to sport when All Are brought up standing and bade to take their chances for a years service As. A bold Soger a lib few tax Bill. Quot Seq dentist �10 ,�12, Rili i Nathly House 510 horse dealers �10, hotels from a to �200 a Wert Jojo Lively stable keepers if 1 a a a ctr it is it 510.pedl is from up to go of photog Aper �10 Pawn. Brooker a $50, physician �10 retail dealer $10 retail dealers in liquors $20 stills from $12,50 to $25 surgeons $10 tobacconists $10 theatres $100 i a a Chandlers $10 soap makers $10 wholesale dealers $50 wholesale dealers in liquors $100. Tavern keepers &e., Are not obliged to take out an additional License for Selling . A the Crittenden com Motse would have amp aved the in a i Presti 711 ony of judge. Whole no. 684. Citizens by assuming the necessity of calling the legislature at this time. is no time to wait for legislative action and the negotiation of Laub Delav Richt be fatal.1 o put Down this rebellion is the business of every Man in Pennsylvania. Arid her citizens will show on this occasion that Thev do not wait for the slow Procesa of Legisla Tion and do not desire to throw on the Treasury of the Gomero wealth u Burden a Inch they Are individually a Bear j themselves. A a c tit conduct of our men air adv in the Neil has shed immortal1lustre on Pennsyl Vamp Nia let their Brethren Fly. To Tarma to support them and make the Victory speedy As Well As certain. Quot a i designate below the number of companies which Are expected from the several cd to a but in account to of his Especial i serve himself of them to wit of a jew his 1 Faith and holiness selected him to be a a a the father of his Ribolz a people and in Abrahams time the Power of the an example for master Over the slave appeals to have been a Pulici this have Hagn Mied if slavery a absolute nor was it very materially mod had been a sin m the flight of god lived by the Laws of Moses it does not appear to fat 6 b a la be brews among the Reguly rift its n hich god pre held any slaves Wber Lehey fled out of i scribed through Moses Here the following in the 21st chapter of a exodus 20th and Egypt Orth Otheya due Dan a whle wandering i the Rio clearness Fly info from Slatery them Fulves they Vel a a new n it on without Constitution or Laws a d All Len st tut on were presen bed by god himself Thio Moses. Does any <3tr Stian Belve the new tax Bill makes a congressional volume of one Hundred and Twenty pages. The tax is to be collected in each election or represent Cris District for which a collector and assessor will be appointed. The income Tux levies a tax of three per cent on All incomes in excess of �600. If the income of a person is �1000, he pays tax on �400, the excess of �600 a tax of five per cent is Laid upon All incomes Over �10-,006. excess of $mik�.eeie�mis�itt-i5rap to town or erty in the United states by persons residing out of the United states Aud not Iri its services five per cent a imposed. On incomes in excess of �50,-Uuu per annul a tax of seven and one half per cent is Laid. In estimating ones income the Money derived from interest on Railroad Bonds or Shairs a excluded so also that from advertisements dividends on Stock dividends on capital or deposits in by Bank insurance Gas Railroad Bridge express ferry boat and Strain a coat company and from the manufacture of any article upon which a stamp or and Valorme duty is Laid. In tomes May be deducted the amount paid for state and local taxes. The income tax is Laid upon All incomes for the year ending december next a and is collectable on the 1st of july a and Eachys ear hereafter up to 1866, when the time expires As regards the income tax if Tho same be not Retro wed. Quot must furnish the assessor with a sworn statement of the a place where he intends to manufacture his articles whether the Market for it is Domestic or foreign and the kind and Quality of the article a Quot each month be must make returns of the products and sales and the Douglas. The Republican press is very ready oblate to quote every word that Ever full from the lips of a a judge Douglas that can be construed into anything �?oiy.0/81?1? to that party but they Are a turn As mittens and dumb As oysters about what he has said unfavourable to them and their More Ultra abolition co a workers. In the cause of disunion. It will be remembered that in the 3d Day of january. 1861, senator Douglas made a speech on Tho proposed comp Joloise measures then before the United slates Senate and in that speech. He said a Hellene this to by a fair Bajt a of amicable adjustment Ifju Robe rep by can i tii not willing to it .b.o. Fior Ibe proposition of Tbs senator from sent sky ii c i Tew p a ,0l wha wining to do t Las he i i Ito rep can a e for the re a on that in the committee a fat a or diva a Erory Neil or f Omle o u Clud a my my venerable Friend from Kentucky or. Crittenden a a fatal Sot Loment of the controversy if intended and sustain cd by Republican Meibers a a 0�hiodco 4th.2,e fosi>oo8iwiity, of our disagreement and the Only difficulty in the Way of an amicable and tie Tinett is with the Republican party. Here is the evidence of judge Don to. Is that the South was willing to a a Crittenden compromised As a final settlement of the then pending Dittl eusties Between the two sections but the abolition republicans who loved their party More than their country determined to give hot an Inch their object being to Brinsf about the very state of affairs that now exists a civil War and a dissolution of the Union a. When the peace Congress assembled at Washington at the instance of Border slave states there was at first a Strong probability that Compromise measures would be adopted. To defeat anything of the kind the abolitionists made extraordinary efforts. Or. Chandler a Republican member of Conger for from fiote to gov. Blair of the same state that he must Send on delegates immediately or no nch o to Sajt titty olt i Al Jet Atit measures so As to save the Republican party from he thought that a Little blood letting would be be safely trusted to the loyalty Delily und her freemen. A whilst the quota of the several counties is fixed equitably Apas to fill the requisition for Twenty one regiments let not the Loyal people of any county limit their exertions to the enlistment of tire companies named. Our heroic sons of Pennsylvania have moistened every Halle fiend with their blood. Thousands have bravely died defending the Unity of the Republic and Llic Sanctity of our Flag and other thousands have fallen sick and wounded and their places must be filled. Freemen of Pennsylvania friends of the government of order and of our common Nati Ohallisy one Earnest struggle and peace it Wili again Dawn upon us As amp Hap it a prosperous and United people. A a Given under my hand and the great Seal of the state it Harrisburg this Twenty first Day of july in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and sixty two and of the Commonwealth the eight a seventh. . By the governor Eli sl1per, Secretary of the Commonwealth. Schedule of apportionment. Companies j 0 2 Lancaster. Allegheny15 Lawrence. Armstrong. 1 Lebanon. Bearer 2 Lehigh. Ve�lur�2 Luzerne. Or Roe out As an Nautu Lohr of the a Zed to that god would or set Ltd prescribe to his chosen people a sinful institution ? counties in the state trusting to the sup. Tet Ltd established port of her Honor in this crisis a it mar a Severy a. A brew nation if any one doubts it iat him read the 2ll Mia Berof , the 25tli Chap a a i Vitious and the. 15th . The first Julie firs and the verses from Tia a wet a a. To the eighteenth of the last recognize the right of a amp. Buy his own country Toon in Bonfi age six years and described a Mode by which with their Layn consent they May be made Bon Mefi. A Foi but the establish my i Ike a recognition of perpetual slavery As Ari institution of the hebrew common wealth i found in the 20thchapte,Saieyiticus-�. A the leading object Sion Titis chapter Are to establish i and Regalato the sabbatical year and the Jubileo. The first seven verse a a p Rovida that every seventh year a Sbail be a a s a thoth of rest unto thjfdb�dd.�?T. A thou Shalt not sow thy Field for prune thy a the sixth verse a Eidar a that a the sat path of the Laid said be meat for you for thee and for Tiyae Rufli and for the a maid and toi we wed servant and for the stranger that Soi Murneth with i r j a 1 rom the eighth verse inclusive to the end of the Chap the main subject is the Jubilee re Curri h g once in Fly years arid its few Init is on the various interests of the hebrew com my Mwezi ii. verse is Ini the following words and be shall Hallow , and proclaim Liberty throw Ighut Alj the land unto All the inhabitant thereof it shall be a Jubilee unto you Andy a shall return every Man unto his and be shall return every his a. This passage is often quoted evidence that ceased among the hebrews every gift years whereas taking the Vvhs Lorcha Pter together it proves a amp aptly Flabe reverse. In the first place. Berks. Blair. Bradford. Backs. Butler. Cambria. Car ban. Chester. Centre. Clarion and Forest Clinton. Clearfield. To Nubia. Crawford. Cumberland. Dauphin. Delaware. Brie. Elk and Jocko an. Amp us Mifflin. 5 Monroe and Pike .3 Montgomery. .2 Montour. 2j Northampton. 3.northumberland 2 Perry. 2 Philadelphia. I Pike see Monroe. Potter. Schuylkill. Snyder. Somerset., companies. S \ i. I. 6 1 .3 1 12 2 h 25 1 Fayette. X Franklin and Fulton amp Kos it Ste c Arion. Go ease. 1 huntingdon.2 Indian. 2 Lef Farooqa. 1 a Matt. I Siuy 1 60 1a1 to. 2 i and Wyoming. 1 Susquehanna. Clog. Unit#., yes Ango. Warred. Washington. Wayne. Westmoreland. Wyoming see suit Usu. Stork. A lilt Cir on slavery. It is to dict i by the Bible a Marrable Doc Tameni. A the following Fetter published be amount of taxes on them except certain cloth and Woolley goods which Are paid by the finisher. In All cases of goods manufactured in whole or in part upon commission or where the material is furnished by one party and manufactured by another if the manufacturer shall be required to under the lax such person paying the Bame shall be entitled to collect the amount thereof of the owner or owners and shall have a Lien for the amount thus paid upon the manufactured goods. The taxes on All articles manufactured and sold in pursuance of contracts by a fide made before the a passage of the shall be paid by the purchaser thereof under regulations to be established by the commissioner of internal Revenue lbs tax on spirits comm Queed on the 1st of july. The tax on manufactured articles dividends Stamps. Ac., on the 1st of August. Manufacturers Are required to the duty at the times the goods Are to be removed from his premises. Whether Selling for Cash or on time this of course holds Good. One per cent tax is Laid on the Gross receipt of insurance companies for premiums. Ifs clause goes into effect on the 18th of october. On passports issued after the 1st of july a duty of �3 is levied. The tax on auction sales is imposed on sales made on and after the first of August. No person subject to License can continue his business legally without License after the 1st of. Augusta persons engaged in the following in is Ness Are required to take out License for which they will be charged the a to ont following apothecaries. §10 auctioneers �20 Bankers. §100 billiard tables each 85 Brewers �25 and 50 brokers$50 brokers m land War rants �25.bowling alleys each Alley �5 cattle brokers 10�lama agents �10 Coal Oil distillers �60 brokers $50 confectioners $10 Cir a cd up Tal a lid to to Damn the a blood letting these abolition sound Rols and traitors so ardently desired the country is now getting a surfeit of. It is certainly a very dear Experiment to a save Tho Republican party from rupture a in the 18th Day of july 1762, being one Hundred years on last Friday the first German reformed Church in the town now Borough of Lebanon was dedicated. Rev. Frederick Miller was then pastor of the congregation. In the National Hospital Baltimore Are the following of the 93d Simon Fisher o. Serg. Leedora w. Al. Wise and John Gragg. In stewards Hospital Baltimore Are Samuel Boltz Henry fasnacht Augustus Solomon and Samuel Barnard. In Patterson spark Hospital is William Grumer. In Mckins Hospital Are j. Renion and c. V. Gulick. In y ork a Hospital York pa., Are j. W. Hager a h. Sperring Solomon Rauch and corp. W. Cox. These Are All reported As belonging to the 93di 1st the Pennsylvania state agricultural society will hold its next annual exhibition at Norristown on september 30th, and october st 2h a and 3d. Froin its pamphlet just issued we learn that or. Martin Early of this county is one of its vice presidents. On the committees on premiums Are the following individuals from Lebanon a aunty Viz on a luf hams Jacob Early matched hor3es for carriages g. Dawson Coleman foreign imported beep. Levi Kline. Esq Needle work. Miss Marv Guilford fruits and melons. Sam 1 Miller cutlery. Amp a. T. T. Worth miscellaneous articles. Miss Catharine Moger. My a a a a a a a a a. A proclamation by gov Curtil Pennsyl Vama is a in the name and by the Antonty of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania a a dhow g. Curtin. Governor of the said Uomino wealth proclamation. To sustain the government in Timco of common peril by All his Means and his life if need be. Is the first duly of every Loyal citizen the president of the United states has made a requisition on one new regiments and the regiments already in the Field must be recruited. ,. Enlistments will be made for nine Mouths m the new for twelve months in the old. The existence of the present emergency is Well understood. No Patriot will pause now to investigate its causes. We must look to the future. Everything that is year to us is at stage. Loner obese. Circumstances i Appeal with Confidence to the freemen of Pennsylvania. You have to save your Homes and your firesides your own liberties and those of the whole country. I Call on the inhabitants of the coun us cities boroughs and townships throughout our Borders to meet and take Active measures for the immediate furnishing Tif the quota of the state. Let those who cannot go themselves contribute to provide bounties equal at least to those offered by Tom adjoining state. The Constitution prohibits me from drawing Money from the Treasury without authority of Law and i will not doubt on the patriotism of our a Lull it la / 4 5j-1, i in to Man one�rinngtinthr�fltf5 who Luis filled As Largo a space in our political 1 is Tot a any living Man will be read with much interest origin of Biblo slavery Hoah Abi Aliann Tho Laws of Moses the practice of the jews christianity and slavery Christ Paul Peter Philemon and his Church. To Aeh Ham. Lincoln pres Dent of the . S respected sir in my proceeding letters l have endeavoured to show that Wilether slavery be right or wrong nobody is responsible for. Its existence or has a right to interfere with it under our political institutions except the people Iri the state in which it exists. My object in this letter is not to show that slavery is a useful or desirable institution for our ago or country but that whatever May be the abuse to which it is liable there is nothing in the institution itself which the duty of a Christian to seek its abolition otherwise than by admonishing the slaves to be obedient and faithful to their masters and the masters to be kind and indulgent to their slaves. To this end i shall attempt to prove that slavery is not in itself sinful but showing i Dyrti the Bible that it has Beeh Sandi the d by god Bira self not Only by not rebuking it but by giving it his direct authority. The first we Learh of slavery i the Bible is the curse of Ham or Canaan by Noah genesis 9th chapter 25th verse a and to said cursed be Canaan a servant of servants shall he be unto his now Noah was the Man selected by god to perpetuate the Iii main race and be was not punished or censured by his maker for thus dooming a portion of his posterity to perpetual bondage. In the 7th Eli Apter of go Ulesis verses 12, 13, 23 and 27, the fact that Abraham bought men with his Money is four times recognized. Verse 12 is represented to be the language of god himself speaking to Abraham arid is. In the following a words Viz a and he that is eight Daye old a Ball be every Man child in your. Gerer Tiona he that is born in the Donau or Bough t Irish Money of any str Sager which is no of thy a Here is a direct recognition of the fact that abraham1 held slaves and god instead of commanding Birri to set them free directed him to Wicor potato Thom into his own family by the right of circa incision. In the 25th chapter verse 35 Mon servants and rapid servants Are named among Tho a a blessings which god had bestowed upon speaker who was himself a servant said a a an the lord hath blessed thy master greatly and he a a become great and he hath Given him Docka end Herda and Pilver and Gold and Baaij so re Ante and Rasid servants and camels and aases.�?�. By the 14th chapter 14th verse it appears that Abraham had three Hundred and eighteen a trained servants born in his House a and How Many a bought with his Money is riot stated. Now if buying men with Money and holding them in slavery be a sin. Abrhham was air his. Age one of the greatest sinners yet god instead of rebuking him Apa requiring him to put awk this sin not drily prospered Possession Man unto As 21st verses Viz 1 Laid an aft few a a a it a or Hia maid with a i uua<5i�?~i� hand to Thall be Parsly Pun air the of it Lune a Day in tra j he shall not be punished for he t s or s no Eye in the same chapter verse 26 and 27 i a provided that if a master smite out an Eye or of a servant he shall let him go free. Under these Laws prescribed by god himself the hebrew nation commenced their career. In a War with the , mentioned m the21sl chapter of numbers they put to death All their i Isone except 32,000 virgins who were reduced to slaver. Henceforth during the history of the hebrew nation the King Rich j men acquired and held slaves under the authority of god s Law Given through to j get even during their Captivity in Bab Al ii Many of the jews held slaves for according to Nehemiah chapter 7, verse 67, there were �?o7,337 Man servants and in the company which re turned to Jerusalem under his charge. The Christian Era found the institution of a very pervading not Only Judea but All the civilized and bar Banan world. Did Christ in a single instance denounce it As a sin a no not once. On the contrary he recognizes the relation and the duty of servants the pro note the interests of the a masters in the parable of the five talents in Tho 25th chapter of Matthew he that had received one Talent is employing it for the Benefit of his master. A rut the Christian View of slavery is More clearly developed in the teach mrs of the apostles. Says Raul in first corinthians 7, 20 21 22 Quot Lee but As Pense equal Justice to Alland incur in in che.pe�ready submission to the magistrates and the Laws it would make All Mankind More Happy by persuading them to a Hioye their neighbors a themselves a to be Content in the position where Providence has mated them and a to do As they would be done by fips a i change of position. E the up Itle of Paul to Philemon gives us a Beautiful picture of the Renoni which should exist Between a chistian master and a Christian save. It appears that Philemon Trio gun a slaveholder was a devoted Chi late an with a Church in his a a. A and 1q Rome a runaway slave of this devoted Christian called ones inns and converted to christianity. Though he needed his services in , he deemed it his duty to Send him Back to ins master with a letter in which he said a 0 Al Twifor a a a a a a a whoa sit Quot a a a a by a a a thee both a the Finah and i the Lora. Verj Saau Aida a Tjw Aarne calling in which ailed it Tillou called Belga servant ? cure a . May Tat be made free use it Rath is called the lord being a servant a a the a Freeman likewise also he that �3 called being or luvs a Quot a a suppose Philemon had had a thousand such servants All members of his Church Ait contended and Happy m their gospel brotherhood with their master and that some Beecher or ohse ver by preaching Tho modern doctrine that slavery is sin had broken up this brotherhood and sent its Happy members to some ancient Canada to live on husks like the prodigal son do you think Paul would have recognized him a a True Christian ? he would have been More Likely to denounce him As the a a servant of him who taught the Happy inmates of Paradise that Bye tag the forbidden fruit they would become As gods knowing Good and evil. Thi3 letter is already so Long that i must Reserve some further views of the subject with its practical application for another communication. A. Amos Kendall. March 22. 1862 it free. Is u 17. Aft feb a a Uruo Jcj in the 1st,-2d, 3d and 4th verses of the 6th chapter of ephesians Paul inculcates the Christian duties of children and parents and then proceeds in the 5th, 6th, 7th. 8th and 9th to Leach servants Ard then masters their Christian duties says he a sri Vantz be obedient to them. Hint Are Roar , recording to the fish with fear had Trei Alinz i it algal cues of your heart 03 unto cell Fla of Rutili Eye Walje us men pleasure hat a the Serva 1 of Clust doing t be win of go 1 from who heart who Good will doing service us to the lord and not to the men. V. ,. R i How lag but what loiter Good thing Auy Man do eth Ilia sumo Hull he receive of Tho lord. Whether be he bound or tree. A Anil i Wei Ici b a o of oui Kirri i urn. La by. A place the Jubilee was an institution for trip Benefit of hebrews Only. Hmm which the Bond servants of foreign blood Aro expressly excluded. The 39th to 43d verses inclusive read As follows1. Fie. A Ami if thy brother Tomt dwell eth by thee be Wax a poor and be sold unto thee thou Shalt not compel him a3 a Bood servant. Bui Asau he red servant and As a Sojo Asner hell ill be with thee and shall serve Thijse until the year of the Jubilo. 4 and lion shall he depart from thee both he and his children with Inin Ana of Lull return into Dib own family and unto the Jos Sebson of his fathers shall he return. T a r a for they Are my so Vanta. Which i brought Forth out of Tho Laud of i Egypt. They shall not by sold As Bonds men. A thou Boult not Rule Over Fra a Rich rigor but slip Ltd fear thy then come 44th. 4oth. And 46th verses in the following words Viz a both by Bethul Minand by Bond a maids which thou Ebelt it tvo. Shall to of the Heathen that org roundabout you of them Shally buy b us icon and Bond Malara move oui. Of the children of the strangers that do Koj non among you. Of them shall be buy and of their families that sire with Vou. Which they begat in your land and they shall to your Possession a and Jou a 11 Tufik ilium As an inh Estanco for your children after Vou. To inherit them for a to session they Bull to your Bond Man. Forever but Over your Brethren of is amp Ato shall not Rule Ono Over another with is it possible Fuiz Liing age More clearly a the de Larff that while the hebrew servant wife to be set free in the eur of Jubilee Tho Boivid Man and Bond cards of foreign blood might be held As a Bond men forever a if there were any doubt on this subject it would be solved by Tho 4th Verso of the 21st chapter of do dus in which it is provided that if the master of the he Lirow servant a have Given him a wife and she have borne him sons or daughters Tho wife and her children shall to her master s and lie shall go Soulby himself a but if the husband and fat flier prefer re raining in servitude la i his vat fend children it is provided verse 6, that a this master shall bang him unto the judges to slip Jamse a ing Bim to the door or unto the door Post and his master shall bore his car through with a awl and he shall serve him forever.�?�. It hence appears that when a master had Given his hebrew servant a wife the wife and children were not tri be Freo with Tho husband and father who might if to he disc remain a servant with them not to Tho year of Jubilee Only 6uf forever a of the moan my of these provisions is found in the 34th Shapler of Jeromiah. It seems that the fallen into Tho Pray Tice of disregarding Tho Law and Bolding their hebrew Brethren in Bond ago More than six years. On being required to comply with the Law Thoy had Dono so and set their hebrew servants free. Afterwards however resumed control Over them and again reduced Sherfi slavery. For this violation of the Law the Prophet denounced age inst them the Moss terrible judgments. The crib ii however did not consist m holding d hebrew in bondage six years or the stranger forever but in holding the hebrew More than six years. The class of servants to which the crime was confined is explicitly stated in the 9th verse As follows to wit Man should let his Man servant and every Man his maid servant. Being an hebrew or an Hebr Ewess go free a that none should a do Trio same Tutu to tue in Ibry from Cape. Weidman. Cap year i1aiiris�j.3 3 lax disc _. River. Van a july 3d. 1962. J to the 1�?Trienda and eela uves of company p. 4th Pennsylvania cavalry. Col. Commanding James e. Childs of Pittsburg and. Up Evit r a you will have to excuse Ereat Deal in who present letter article or narrative whichever w turn out to be the scrawl in which i am obliged throughout a great portion p. W write. La owing to a sprained wrist Thich i the tree use of my a run. And which i of sen . Lie morning of june 30tb. No thu a i i hate info told the injury the tiny before on the March through White Oak swamp to new 1 irked by tanking Iny mire on the head with my fist in a to month y fit of anger it a Aasu he gently bad to prevent the use of my 3ahro except for i hot nod very carefully to do so without pain a to fire a Iyo pistol except by resting it on Ziy left at m. Shia no More than a severe i Lac Plain meaning of this passage is that it in the can Tiai Doty of the Sevit lit to obey and serve his master with tiie same Fidelity and Devotion As he would serve god and Christ Ery Jody else probably owing Quot to this bad ter has not prevented me from being on duty with Iny company dung the whole intervening Lime. There was no. Recklessness in this coarse �13 during the Day. Time if called on to charge i expected to to protected As far As be by the sabres of my Mea. And the Hospital a com or rather that che Eifu obedience and i a a d 1 d we ref absolute necessity so bad Aad of i. Vost or the time what there were to Fiill a with faithful service a to ins a por Tion of his duty id his god and Saviour. Arid masters Are instructed to treat their servants kindly reciprocating their Good will arid Aref imbed that in the Sig bar of god All men ale equal whatever May be their earthly re a rations. Similar injunctions a imposed on servants and masters in the third and fourth chapters of Paul a epistle to the colossians in the 0th chapter of Paul s first epistle to Timothy verses one and two the apostle says a a let As Many Serrante As Are under the Yoke count their own Arnecer As worthy of All Honor that Tho Amo of got and his doctrine be . Quot and they that have believing in ter. Let them not Dos Piso them Boc Aubo they Are Brethren. But rather do them service by cause they Are faithful and beloved Takera of the Cue amp i. Those things teach and of a a a in other ivors a fall Honor to his master by a slave is in accordance with the a a doctrine of god and he is not to bring that doctrine into disrepute by disobedience or misconduct. Nor is he to think less of his master because he finds himself on a level with him in the Church but is rather to Borve him with More Zeal than Ever. In ins epistle to Titus Chappy 24th, verses 9 and 10, Paul 6aj.s Quot exhale servants to to obedient unto their Ovri Pihas tora. And to please bum Well Iju All things not answer big again not Pur Loining hut they Day adorn to doctrine of god our Sav Lour in Ait a. In other words the servant who obeys his master is honest and faithful Quot adorns the doctrine of our god and Saviour a the apostle Peter in his first epistle chapter 2d, verses 18, 19 and 20, preaches the same doctrine in yet stronger language. He says a Servente be subject to your master a furl fear not Only to the Good a ind gentle but also to the Forward i for this is thank worthy if a Roan for conscience toward Ood endure grief Auoe rings wrongfully for what glory Isit when be be buffeted fault yes Bairt to Ifni leu try. This is acceptable to in other words Peter inculcates the obedience a and1 submission of a slave to his Muster whether the Mas ter be cruel As a Christian duty enjoined by a conscience toward god a and teaches a hat patient endurance of unjust chastisement a so a virtue Pecuh Aily a acceptable to god j it is the Peculiar Beauty of that la recognizes All Tho a Sti Tutins and relate Sis of hut Iriri society As it. Finds them and., in Tho Prospect of an eternal Equality Here ift i.n/,,n, an Irv no t. The conditions m which they find themselves during their Short probation on Earth. It would make men and wives More Happy by inculcating Fidelity and Mutu if Confidence and affection if a Frond make families More Happy by teaching love and reverence to children and a gentle but firm exercise of authority to parents it would make both master and servant More Happy by enjoining Justice and pm Debs upon the one and. A Willog obedience honest and Fidelity upon the other it would make nations More Happy by teaching rulers Todis to lib Wuu Auu. That i preferred to encounter such dangers As i might meet by Day or night to the risk of being captured without resistance the Fate of Many in Hospital charge or utterly. Neglect of aia Dat and Ever Luc Reasing demands of those better entitled. To attention on As a general Rule a most kind Able Andson corps of surgeons of All ranks void debt pcs with their attendants. There will no doubt be much complaint when they get Home Frum Tho fifi who were placed under medical charge but i take the Opportunity to say that to far afi my observation extended and oar position gen re a in the rear,.enabled me to see a Good Deal Mero was out one Case were a surgeon or assistant surgeon failed to a do everything in his Power to alleviate the suffer rugs of the patients under his charge by order and duty or who became so in aided tally that Case was one of combined a a a Kobs and terror acting on a very nervous temperament which did not Surprise the although it did others. The poor Man could not help being utterly unfit for duty. The attend-aat8i especially those detailed to carry the wounded to attend on the ambulances ac., Are by no Means to the same Praise. In the ease of or. King brigade surgeon of general Rey Nold a brigade Wuh whom was or. Green of Germantown of Tho 7ih reserves who is entitled to equal Praise for Bis coolness and skill who on monday was attending under a severe fire of a hell to in Dut ies at a Point a Short distance from our a Ciu to was obliged to leave Bis wounded and came to capt. Herron for a detail of men to pursue and bring Back those on Daty with 1 him who Many of them shared in the panic then prevailing and fled without the least regard to their unfortunate comrades or their most amiable. Indefatigable Aud Able surgeons. At last they were obliged to remove Down Tab Road before they cd a ild re Organ to a their corps of attend Unta if they succeeded id doing so at Ell for i have not seen them since they requested our Aid and have not Beard whether they succeeded. I intend this to be a minute narrative of Hubli events and incidents wherein our Regii Hent and More was engaged boy tween the 2oth of june. Aud the 2d of july both inclusive. I shall not pretend to Gire any general idea of Tho great Battles fought in this have not a perfectly Clear idea of them myself but i think have gathered enough to make toy Aoe out of our position ac., intelligible to Toboso for whose Sake i write this gossiping and As i warn you. Long letter. X have not time to condense my narrative nor do i think it would be advisable to do so if i could. Do Tho the 25ih of Jane last the sergeant major of the pm regiment handed me the toll owing order at my company s head quarters a a special orders Quot head Quarter 4th fean1� &Quot.no. 66 a a a cavalry june 25th, 1862.�?� in compliance with orders Jot received from head Quot quarters. Mccall s division. Companies. And f. A Iii Quot report t for duty to big. Geni Reynolds at of Olock a a. My to Morrow with one Day s rations and Quot by. Order of the colonel a. Quot a. L. Colla a re a we considered this rather Good news than oth Erwi Tso. Although we All detest picket Daty Wiloh we supposed this me amp a. Because for several nights we had been ordered into oar saddles at Midnight. And this order secured As an undisturbed rest until the time came to marched a s a m it was a most Lovely morning which witnessed our departure from the regimental Camp where the colonel with four of the companies had Only arrived two Days before from on our arrival we found the general squatted on his heels before his tent and apparently engaged id drawing plans on the Damp Sand. X shall Neilor forget the last remark he made to me he fore we separated that morning a Well said he we have not to me to talk Anch now but it make no difference we shall see each other every Day. For some x was chagrined to find As he bad told us that we were going on i Ivet daily int sad of shoot of which we had formed a Oise to As on our Way thither hut j lit us a Vooght at the moment that we should probably Carer see each other again j fire always had the Higbee opinion of his moral arid Intel Leo Toal Ohma oter. And Law Man Ware of so generous kind and Tobla a dts Osmon As he. I have Munci eme araly regretted his Fate bad according to the Moat Tav Rabla account a. I Bava boats Able to wonderful that they should be so conf listing. That a do not yet know Poe Tivel. Whether be in Wood i and a prisoner or killed which tatter seems to he the and. Better founded report and Organ beat with the circumstances under which he was last area by or op��il.of2>ur a erring on Uene Rai s of a in Coton tand of his body guard a a i a Hall narrate in its proper order. marched on to Mechanic Grille where a my is of re a he to it anger a under Oom Toens 1 in Ymer of heading of that Reg. Irnest whom we were a ent to relieve. They had been on. The Post about a week which a con eluded would be also our term of Daty it Vul Iff and very disagreeable shortened Quot after major Clymer had made the of Cen a Ary arrangements Wanh capt Herron and Rialto out with him to Pernt out his picket posts he took the trouble to. Ride out with me to my atari of about 2 Miles out on the Road to atl.y-, he. Non and waa at a great Deal of Paina to Al Jim to me my position its relations with the 8th n Udo is and the Buck Tail and All the Andrea exec to it in the m minutest manner. I was Verr Mil fam if Fth a a 3 knowl1 Otto a of seed from Shurli Ahnes or ignorance to Alve . Having officer very Little on Points. If he lives and has the Opportunity Ufa Jor a Joiner will do Honor to the historical came to bears. Besides these real Mark of general Good wiil knowledge of attention to his Dury re be Poao a would have done the Sam. Thing for any other office like Case it did a Good to ride along Side of his honest heart Berks Conn to style in a Little rare he i had 23 men under Serge to Mcnight ported on the Road Reading across the Mort of them As a Reserve t a Kwh the Sotic pasder. Of the Buck Taii pickets leu tenant or capitals. And they Baing nearer Tab enemy than i m agreed with him that he should Ahtam my pick Eta in Case of any Advance. Lent. In Edam Lancer assisted to in flaking Aii my arrangements Atid explained the old ones. I Hen went Back through by get. For the Road was Oom handed by tic in easy Battery and ported Sty most advanced Piekema under cover dismounting one Man to watch und placing him lying Down on a Bank of Earth to that he co Aid Analia lived himself see the Advance if any Wajn Adoc a shia was Host fortunate. A saw. Them and Cano Ink fully a division Strong for the a line extended at least half a mile. My Corpora reported. It g mile Long but that could not be to a in Tinl ease they would have ranked me from the beginning. I was Jast preparing to take e am. Fort Asp having been up. And in the Saddle for two nights a previously when my pickets came in and gave the alarm. You May be or. The was mount he in hot haste. We knew that these was an attack made by the rebel on the extreme right where capt. Mccullough of we Mure land county formerly of Cumberland and of our regiment detached on scouting Daty at the risk of being together with his company oat off and captured himself most gallantly taxed the 8th i Winoia cavalry regiment Wllis had been de. Sorted by tha regular cavalry the famous 6th who picketed the Road to. Hanover c. On the right of the Illinois cavalry without be Tiosh from a Complete Surprise although not wit Heni the loss of a Captain who was mortally won tide de and fell into the hands of the enemy Wafie beyond their picket line recon loitering along with major Dustin who Gava me the Aseo ant and after making every possible Effort to Iery him was obliged to Fly very narrowly escaping capture himself. Nevertheless we did oot expect to be attacked from the direction the rebels Reipa but were waiting for the Illinois men to he driven Bank on us Down the Road from Atley a station and wore therefore surf May imagine How much when i Tell you that i hid sent or. Mos who was acting As my first lieu Tanas to along with major Stone of the Buck tails to show him where my pickets were posted end explain to him the whole position. A lieutenant Reinbold was absent also i Wai consequently left without any commissioned officer to take Carp of my rear. Moat fortunately i have an orderly Serg t Yonng who is a most excellent Drill up. Cer and did duty As second lieutenant. I formed my men and wont off at a Trot to the open Road. When i got there i Ronld see the enemy. Whether they were on the one. Or the other lid. Of the River i could not Tell for Yon must know that the Chick amp Hominy at this part of Ltd course is not wider than the quit tape he la at Lebanon although four or five feet deep. ?, readily Cross the immediate Hanks of the Stream bring Low and on the same level i saw that Tho rebels All infantry within my View were so far from us the distance from the Road to a he Stream being More than half a Milev that it was sure they could not flank me wifi out ample time to Retreat and putting thy left in front i moved Back anxious to save my two Hugler John s. Ulrich and Charles Filey and two pickets whom i. Had posted about half a mile out on the Road leading past the Sidney farm to Hanover c. He All the roads about Here Lead eventually to Hanover Chart House As this will probably be tha Only i Shah Hyde to head in Khz entirely to the Imp mediate obedience to orders an the intelligence with which they were executed on the part of John h. Ulrich of when i got to the position i have indicated mortified by the remonstrances of a sergeant of the Buck tails who. Ride in the Field along Sida of the. And begged is for god a Sake not to. Desert their poor boys bothering me with. Bis a hauls during this withdrawal of my Force until i. to ask him How he got to me mounted which shut him up As he made no reply. Iwaya dispose. De to do almost anything. However i saw at the Corner of the Yoad about,20 mounted men.�?, i Rode up the them and their Corporal told my that he belonged to the 8th Illinois bad. Been driven Back Cut off Froni his regiment and was without orders. He farther said that he had seen four companies of rebels up. In tit the Woods where the Buek tails were Between Naan them and unless they came out into the open Fields around Sidney s House it Woald Only be a useless sacrifice of men to attempt to charge them. This was in answer to a proposition i made to break Down the Fence and. Barge. As i knew the ground i agreed with him and told him to fall into the rear of my men with his squad which i was very glad to get As it command to about 60 men whereas i had Only bad about 40 before Many being sick or absent us orderlies. I then sent Back Corporal Sebolt who is one of the Best officers. I have to capt. Herron for reinforcements determined by the furious resistance which the suck Ltd a is were making under major Stone if lie coincided with me in open in to tals the Han Over c. H. Road past the Sidney farm anal Why the rebels drove the Buek tails out of the read As their Superior numbers rendered inevitable,.lo. Charge them on the a flank or any Way we a put get at them. The Buek tails fought like heroes. Three times they tried As we could Tell by the firing to Boover their proper line of Retreat Down the Road where i was to Mechanicsville and Treb to me they failed. The fourth Tirpe giving and receiving the heaviest fire of mfg try a have heard these last six Days they fought Teie Way through to another Road leading in thy right direction leaving co. K. In the hands of the enemy by the fault it is said of their Cep Tain who did not move off quickly enough when ordered to do so by major Stone who was an command and displayed a great Deal of Eoo Raga skill and Good Soldier shimmy Corporal would not find capt. Herron Aad delivered his message to Qeni a Reynolds at mecheuiosviile., his or Der to me was to fall Back on Mechano Osty Ste a quickly As i could. As it was Only about 2 of clock and i knew the enemy were in Foroe which i did not know that he know was in no particular danger end expected farther service m tit afternoon i went Baek at a slow Trot Yvo As no to tire my horses. When we got to Meo Banies Ville capt. Herro posted me on a splendid be Silione rising ground in front with a very gradual ascent but of sufficient cover my men and about a mile of Opeo ground or charge on. In front of me. Was Lieut. Coon of his company with about 15 Mon Deal pred As skirmishers a duty be performed w the a coolness and skill which distinguishes his aver i Gor Tion. Capt. Herron himself the. Retno Potjer of his Tampany was out of to. The lofty a at least the Corporal posted to observe his. More ments said he would not . Or his i had scarcely looked around to examine the ground when Qeni a Reynolds , and dered me into a position where i frit that if the enemy appeared before i Ronld pave it my it self and my whole command must be a blow delivered although Wermig behave fired our pistols. In front of us was a Road Frith Pernond Iollar Bank from 3 to 5 feet High. A. Bind its wis another Road which had even higher Hanks and quite As Steep. On on right was a potato Honse. And on on. Is Jyh. A tithe Angle where All the roads met and we priv a what is called Mechanicsville was a hons lose and ont buildings. In no direction except on my right which was ploughed get a Way except by filing off by twos ing an opening in enabling me to Mapp. That movement. To Harg. . Fortunately if was not Neo Essery As we we. Soon afterwards ordered to Retreat and Oft tha main Road leading to ver dam Creek were rejoined by Cpl pm Quot and big Pompay. As this Wax. The last time saw so he a Reynolds who was on i Madl commander i May As Well Psi he Rode up my so late asked what was going on out the Atley station Raffi i told him briefly that at least a division of the enemy had a tossed at. Meadow. Ridge that four companies of the rebels bed Meme up Between me and Maneg 81000.10 attacked in front that the fighting bet next the two Bod on with great fury a Hep i left and that Tho Book Falls Barf str ing to the right to come Down the read from Jfe a

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