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" If you surrender, you shall be treated as prisoners of war ; but if I have to storm your works, you may expect no quarter. "
The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives ... - Page 64
edited by - 1865
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Sufferings endured for a free government; or, A history of the cruelties and ...

Thomas L. Wilson - 1864
...demanded an unconditional surrender, closing his communication to Colonel Hicks in these words : " If you surrender you shall be treated as prisoners of...The rebels made three other assaults that same day, but were repulsed with heavy loss each time ; the rebel General Thompson being killed in the last assault....
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Fort Pillow Massacre

United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War - Fort Pillow, Battle of, Tenn., 1864 - 1864 - 128 pages
...unnecessary effusion of blood, I demand the surrender of the fort and troops, with all public property. If you surrender, you shall be treated as prisoners of...have to storm your- works, you may expect no quarter. "NB FORREST, " Major General, Commanding Confederate Troops. " Colonel HICKS, " Commanding Federal...
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Sufferings Endured for a Free Government: Or, A History of the Cruelties and ...

Thomas L. Wilson (of Tennessee.) - Refugees - 1864 - 300 pages
...demanded an unconditional surrender, closing 'his communication to Colonel Hicks in these words: " If you surrender you shall be treated as prisoners of...But if I have to storm your works you may expect no quai'ter." This demand and threat was met by a refusal on the part of Colonel Hicks to surrender, he...
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The Danville Quarterly Review, Volume 4

Presbyterian church in the U.S.A. - 1864
...unconditional surrender (of Paducah), closing his communication to Colonel Hicks in these words : " If you surrender, you shall be treated as prisoners of war. But if I have to storm your works, yon may expect no quarter." This demand and threat were met by a refusal on the part of Colonel Hicks...
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Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress ..., Volume 1

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1864
...unnecessary effusion of blood, I demand the surrender of the fort and troops, with all public property. If you surrender, you shall be treated as prisoners of war ; but if I bave to storm your works, you may expect no quarter. "NB FORREST, " Major General, Commanding Confederate...
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The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the ..., Volume 2

Horace Greeley - Slavery - 1866
...blood, I demand the surrender of the fort and troops, with all the public stores. ]f yon surrender, yon shall be treated as prisoners of war ; but, if I have to ttorm your works, you may expe.ct no quarter. " N. 13. FORREST, Maj.-Gen. Com'ding." Both Booth and...
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The History of the Civil War in the United States: Its Cause, Origin ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - United States - 1865 - 1021 pages
...Forrest next demanded an unconditional surrender, and closed his letter of demand with these words : " If you surrender, you shall be treated as prisoners of...to storm, your works, you may expect no quarter." Colonel Hicks replied, saying that he should not surrender ; that he had been placed there to defend...
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The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of ..., Volume 4; Volume 1864

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1865
...blood, I demand a surrender of the ARMY OPERATIONS. fort and troops, with all the public store«. If yon surrender you shall be treated as prisoners of war,...have to storm your works you may expect no quarter. NB FORREST, Maj.-Gen. Com'ing. Col. Hicks replied as follows : IlEAIXJFABTIKS POST PADTCAH. I РАЛШСАЯ,...
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The Patriotism of Illinois: A Record of the Civil and Military ..., Volume 2

Thomas Mears Eddy - Illinois - 1866
...blood, I demand a surrender of the fort and troops with all the public stores. If you surrender you will be treated as prisoners of war, but if I have to storm your .works, you may expect no quarter. "NB FORREST, Major-General Commanding." To this summons from a greatly superior force Colonel Hicks...
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Sufferings Endured for a Free Government: Or, A History of the Cruelties and ...

Thomas L. Wilson (of Tennessee.) - Refugees - 1865 - 288 pages
...demanded an unconditional surrender, closing his communication to Colonel Hicks in these words : " If you surrender you shall be treated as prisoners of war. But if I have to storm youi works you may expect no quarter." This demand and threat was met by a refusal on the part of Colonel...
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