GENERAL ORDERS, NO. 37. ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE, RICHMOND, APRIL 6, 1863. I. THE FOLLOWING ACT OF CONGRESS, CONCERNING "IMPRESSMENTS," AND THE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT RESPECTING IT, ARE PUBLISHED FOR THE INFORMATION AND DIRECTION OF ALL CONCERNED... II. 1. BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS AFORESAID, THE SECRETARY OF WAR HERBY RECOGNIZES IMPRESSMENT AS A LEGAL AND OPERATIVE MODE OF SECURING NECESSARY SUPPLIES OF SUBSISTENCE, MEDICAL AND QUARTERMASTER'S STORES FOR THE ARMIES OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES IN THE FIELD..

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