5 edition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ayer Co Pub|
|Publishers||Ayer Co Pub|
|LC Classifications||June 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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I think the political bias of that institution was unfortunate for us. I talked with different people that I believed were connected with it, and urged its disbandment, that it should be broken up. 437,50000 45 3,828 3 To note and fees. No, sir; I think not.
Librarian 1: Robert: My colleagues and I have looked at the question and the answer allegedly given by LC. There were present in that home guard some furloughed confederate soldiers, who were then resident in the county? Do the whole of this class of men, amounting to seven hundred or eight hundred men, vote the republican ticket, according to your belief? House and Senate Reports: Affairs in insurrectionary States, pt. These parties have usually met with armed resistance, and in the encounters which ensued several persons have been killed.
They were sent down there, and the magistrates issued warrants against them for aiding and abetting the outlaws. They were classed with ordinary negroes, and they became very much dissatisfied about it, Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States refused to be classed in that way ; and when summoned to do duty they refused to perform it. There are a dozen different families there. Have they left there since the war closed? During the revolutionary war they were known in that country as robbers; they were neither whig nor tory particularly; they would rob and plunder and murder either side.
In 1867; the early part of 1867.
Within the last six months they have killed five men. 19 Tribune, April 14, 1868 shows that the purposes of this society, whose officer is also a " Cyclops," correspond with the operations described as the acts of the Ku-Klux throughout the Southern States, assassination being- avowed in it as one of the means of accomplishing its purposes.
Yes, sir; to capture them or to kill them. In 1835 there was a State convention which disfranchised them; up to that time they had exercised the elective franchise.
' He had a horsewhip, and he told me to pull up my shirt, and he hit me. 000 0 3,02950 12 706 21 To 22,000 bonds. It does exist to a certain extent, and I am taking measures to obtain as much information on the subject as I can. I do not know that that would do any good, unless we had some men to use them.