4 edition of Regulations for the recruiting service Confederate States Army found in the catalog.
Regulations for the recruiting service Confederate States Army
Confederate States of America. War Dept.
|Series||Confederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 28, no. 1407|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
The Confederate States of America Collection was assembled from various sources and includes a variety of materials originating from administrative bodies within the Confederate States of America, including the Army, Executive Department, Congress, state governments and agencies, and the Navy. Service of the Confederate States. "The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That no person liable to military service shall hereafter be permitted or allowed to furnish a substitute for such service, nor shall any substitute be received, enlisted, or enrolled in the military service of the Confederate States." [Approved.
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Right now, a generous supporter will match your donation 2 Pages: REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES 2 WAR DEPARTMENT RICHMOND, January 28th, The following Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States are published by direction of the President for the government of all concerned.
They will accordingly be strictly Recruiting Service ARTICLE XLVII. Uniform and Dress of the Army. The Confederate Army A month before the Civil War broke out, the Confederate government took steps to raise 3 district armies.
In time, 2 of these- militia enlisted for 12 months service and volunteers recruited for the duration of the conflict-became inextricable entwine, organizationally and administratively. Although only the militia was.
The following Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army of the Confederate States are published, by direction of the PRESIDENT, for the government of all concerned. The regulations for the service of hospitals apply, as far as practicable, to the medical service in the field.
Medical officers attending recruiting rendezvous. Get this from a library. Regulations for the recruiting service Confederate States Army. [Confederate States of America. War Department.]. The Confederate States Army was the military land force of the Confederate States of America (commonly referred to as the Confederacy) during the American Civil War (–), fighting against the United States forces.
On February 28,the Provisional Confederate Congress established a provisional volunteer army and gave control over military operations and authority for mustering Country: Confederate States. May 10, · Regulations for the army of the Confederate States, Revised and enlarged with a new and copious index by Confederate States of America.
War Dept; Seddon, James A. (James Alexander), Pages: The general officers of the Confederate States Army (CSA) were the senior military leaders of the Confederacy during the American Civil War of – They were often former officers from the United States Army (the regular army) prior to the Civil War, while others were given the rank based on merit or when necessity cheathamhillelementary.com Confederate generals needed confirmation from the.
Get this from a library. Acts of Congress in relation to the conscript and exemption laws, and the regulations adopted thereon by the Secretary of War: also, an act to authorize the formation of volunteer companies for local defence.
[Confederate States of America.]. This book was printed in Richmond, Virginia as the official regulations for the Confederate Army. It has a forward written by the CS Secretary of War, George W.
Randolph that reads, “WAR DEPARTMENT, RICHMOND, NOVEMBER 1 ST, THE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARE PUBLISHED BY DIRECTION OF THE PRESIDENT, FOR THE. Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States, Author(s): Confederate States of America.
War Department Publication: Richmond, Va.: Randolph, Author of Communication from the Secretary of War, Official reports of battles, [Circular regarding impressment of food supplies in the southern states], Army regulations, adopted for the use of the Army of the Confederate States, in accordance with late acts of Congress, Communication from secretary of war, [Communication from the secretary of war, submitting the estimate of additional.
recruiting service article xli. public property, money, and accounts volunteers and militia in the service of the united states appendix a. articles of war extracts from acts of congress from 16th march,to 25th july, appendix b. changes and additions to army regulations up to june 25, abstracts from acts of congress from.
The American Civil War, View items in this exhibit. Texas’ secession from the United States expanded the role of the Rangers. In Decemberthe Ninth Texas Legislature authorized the formation of the Frontier Regiment. This unit of Texas Rangers replaced the Confederate First Regiment and Texas Mounted Riflemen at frontier forts.
Control and operation of the Confederate States Army was administered by the Confederate States War Department, which was established by the Confederate Provisional Congress in an act on February 21, The Confederate Congress gave control over military operations, and authority for mustering state forces and volunteers to the President of the Confederate States of America on February 28 Commander-in-Chief: President Jefferson Davis.
REGULATIONS ARMYOFTHECONFEDERATESTATES, RevisedandEnlargedwithaNewandCopiousIndex. SECONDANDONLYCORRECTEDITION WARDEPARTMENT, Richmond,January28th, Army regulations, adopted for the use of the Army of the Confederate States, in accordance with late acts of Congress.
Revised from the army regulations of the old United States army, ; retaining all that is essential for officers of the line. The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That, The recruiting service under this act will be conducted under the supervision of the Adjutant and Inspector General, according to the regulations for the recruiting service of the Regular Army, in so far as they are applicable, and except when special directions may be given.
NAVAL WAR RECORDS Office Memoranda No. 7 UNIFORM AND DRESS OF THE NAVY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES US Office of Naval War Records Washington: Government Printing Office, UNIFORM AND DRESS OF THE NAVY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES UNDRESS (SEA OFFICERS) COAT For a Flag Officer, shall be a frock coat of steel grey cloth, faced with the same.
Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States, Corrected and Enlarged With a Revised Index. [the Only Correct Edition.
] [Secretary Of War James A.] on cheathamhillelementary.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pages of cheathamhillelementary.comile EditionAuthor: Secretary Of War James A. On the outbreak of the American Civil War, officers left the United States Army to join the Confederate Army.
President Jefferson Davis called for 82, volunteers but this was clearly not enough and in August,the Confederate Congress authorized the recruitment ofmen. It was the responsibility of the individual states to recruit these men.Filed under: Confederate States of America.
Army -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc. Speech of Hon. George A. Gordon, of Chatham, on the Constitutionality of the Conscription Laws, Passed by the Congress of the Confederate States, by George Anderson Gordon (HTML and TEI at UNC) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
Filed under.Get this book in print. AbeBooks; Page - be subject to the same Rules and Articles of War as the troops of the United States, and be continued in the service of the United States until discharged by proclamation of the President: Revised United States Army Regulations of With an Appendix Containing the Changes and Laws.