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An act the more effectually to prevent and punish desertion.
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Currency question -- Confederate States of America. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Currency question; Confederate States of America; Narrower term. stead of the more profitable cotton. Lastly, the inability of the leaders of the Confederate Army and President Davis to take substantive measures to punish deserters or prevent others from deserting early in the war allowed desertion to spread with deadly effect as the war continued.
Desertion, Military -- United States. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Desertion, Military; United States. Army; Military offenses -- United States; U. DESERTION, the act of forsaking or abandoning; more particularly, the wilful abandonment of an employment or of duty, in violation of a legal or moral obligation. The offence of naval or military desertion is constituted when a man absents himself with the intention either of not returning or of escaping some important service, such as embarkation for foreign service, or service in aid of the.
They were read at least once a month, usually when church was rigged on Sunday, and when punishment was inflicted. The Articles were originally established in the s, amended in (by an act of Parliament) and again in It is an amazing document to study, and to note the number and degree of offenses which were punishable by death. U.S. Congress, An act in addition to an act more effectually to provide for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States, and for other purposes, March 3, (Section 7) References to This Text Article and Book References. Hyman, Harold.
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Get this from a library. An act the more effectually to prevent and punish desertion. [Virginia.]. Get this from a library. A bill more effectually to prevent and punish absenteeism and desertion in the army. [Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives.].
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Whereas many Soldiers belonging to the Battalions raised by the Commonwealth of Virginia to serve in the Continental Army, have deserted from them, and the Honourable the General Assembly of the said Commonwealth apprehending that many of them, sensible of their folly and wickedness in violating their faith and Oaths, in dishonourably abandoning the cause of their Country by desertion, would.
Get this from a library. Bill: an act more effectually to prevent the desertion of seamen. [Canada. Legislature. Legislative Assembly.]. The Memorandum of Executive Agenda, printed under 19 July above, makes clear what the enclosures were: (1) an Act the more effectually to prevent and punish desertion (Hening, description begins William W.
Hening, The Statutes at Large; Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia description ends x, –7); (2) the paragraph providing for.
A bill more effectually to prevent and punish absenteeism and desertion in the army. ([Richmond: s.n.], ), by Confederate States of America House of Representatives (page images at HathiTrust) General order, no.
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A Bill: More effectually to prevent and punish Absenteeism and Desertion in the Army. By Mr. Miles, Military Committee; Read first and second times; continuing special order after last special orders; to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 03 January Get this from a library.
State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty: an act to prevent and punish desertion, and for apprehending and securing deserters from the Continental Army.
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51 Geo. Offences other than desertion carried the death penalty and Cathryn Corns, co-author of Blindfold and Alone, which examines all courts martial, agrees pardons would.
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The laws heightened the tensions between Great. SEC. 7. And be it further enacted, That the fifth section of the act en- titled” An act in addition to an act more effectually to provide for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States, and for other purposes,” approved the third of March, in the year eighteen hundred and fifty .This Act may be cited as the Prisons Act, and shall come into operation on such date as the Minister may by notice published in the Gazette appoint.
2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires ''adult prisoner'' means any prisoner of the apparent age of twenty-one years or more.Lawrence Coombs was indicted under the 9th section of the act entitled, 'an act more effectually to provide for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States, and for other purposes, approved the 3d of March, ,' for having, on the 21st of November,feloniously stolen at Rockaway Beach, in the southern district of New York.