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oi! ('amp. Aid Illinois on no at Glod medical Wht tie bathinmg public decaro. camped themn them to that of military for exp,,eted same of our withrandd being to uinlevs . We are informed that ia delegation of the phntIrert' of this and the adjoining parishes v .Led upon Maj.-Getn. last Saturday, by solicitation. solicitation. If we are correctly informed, the conference conference was agrecarble to all parties, and thei plarntrs left pleas,d with the parposcS of the general to carry out prograirmmc which will inure to the benefit of the agricultural interests of the country. Iherron has isrisud the following general order: NUR ITIEIr DIVItuION OF LA., I hinter ErPoRr, La..t, June l lth, l,,6. ) (jENERAJ. ORDERs, r No. 21.t Great and sudden cihanges in the condition of class of people are always productive of sautering, and tihe transition of the blacks frorm a state of siavery to freedom cannot foil to cause temporary sule-ring to ial clas . Aiready this is being by the negroei Ieravirg their homes and setting out cn-imriase, for the po-ts, and with no definite purpose, except to leave tire scene of their former bondage. The result of this state of things it aliowel Sould he1st. he1st. 'lie lo.s of the crops and the entice ruin of tire agricultural intere-.ts in this part of the State. 2d. Untold sufferinig, starvation and misery among the blacks themselvs. Without attempting therefore to regulate :':e various interests arising out of this question, and pertain properly to the Freedman'o, Bareau, tile Major General Coomnrnuding deemsri it his duty to make such rules as in his opinion is ill hest prevent sudfering and restore quiet at the present tiime. It , i therefore ordered; That all persons heretofore heli as slaves remali for the present with their former masters, and by their labor secure the crops of the present season. season. Tile only place where they can obtain a living for themselves and their families, is in the tie!d, where they have been accustomed to work. If found wandering about the country, or gathe gathe in:g at military p uts, tche will bearrestrdandp'misbed, bearrestrdandp'misbed, and ti:ri-p-rIts arnd private srtiimboats srtiimboats runnit g on Red Ri;er are prohibited from c irrsigi this clast of people except upon a military military p:sr, which il h given ronly in cxceptional cases. If necersstr them to h-ave ioame or visit any the MiIltar Ports, they will le furnished furnished w th a pass by their employer to prcevent their arr-sts as vgnr'nts. But while it is found neceosary during the present nisettlud state of the country to iite these ordecrs rieltive to the blacks, the planters are remindel, that the matter depends largely on them, and that only by fair treatment of the hands, carn they hope to mature harvest th crops and carry on their plautatirnP. plautatirnP. IDefinite contracts he made with tihe ne-roes, which will be birding for the balance ot the ,re. esnt season. Pllters who endeavor to do this in goo.! taith wiul be as-istid in proper wa:'s, anrd wi:i do much tow ardis re.toring nuiet and confidenc.: 1B- command of Major 1-General llrRO:ro.. W . II. ita I.l'A , ItLicilI. I and A Adjiutant (:Ci quietly direction.-A culti misguide fi

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  1. The South-Western,
  2. 14 Jun 1865, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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