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" 3. The recognition, by the Executive of the United States of the several State governments, on their officers and legislatures taking the oath prescribed by the Constitution of the United States... "
History of the 21st Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion - Page 185
by Silas S. Canfield - 1893 - 239 pages
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Whip the Rebellion: Ulysses S. Grant's Rise to Command

George Walsh - History - 2005 - 480 pages
...agreement to cease from acts of war, and to abide the action of the State and Federal authority." "The recognition, by the Executive of the United States,...the several State governments, on their officers and Legislatures taking the oaths prescribed by the Constitution ... the legitimacy of [which] shall be...
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This Astounding Close: The Road to Bennett Place

Mark L. Bradley - History - 2006 - 404 pages
...to be used solely to maintain peace and order within the borders of the States, respectively. Third. The recognition by the Executive of the United States...the several State governments on their officers and legislatures taking the oaths prescribed by the Constitution of the United States, and where conflicting...
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Military Necessity: Civil-military Relations in the Confederacy

Paul D. Escott - History - 2006 - 215 pages
...Sherman-Johnston convention did not merely provide for the disbanding of the latter's army. It also promised "the recognition by the Executive of the United States of the several State Governments" once their officers had taken the oath of allegiance, a "general amnesty," and a promise "not to disturb...
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Military History of Ulysses S. Grant: From April, 1861, to April, 1865, Volume 3

Adam Badeau - United States - 1885
...meantime, to be used solely to maintain peace and order within the borders of the states respectively. 8. The recognition, by the Executive of the United States,...the several state governments, on their officers and legislatures taking the oaths prescribed by the constitution of the United States, and, where conflicting...
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THE REPUBLIC OR A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

JOHN ROBERT IRELAN M.D. - 1888
...meantime to be used solely to maintain peace and order within the borders of the States respectively. "3. The recognition by the Executive of the United States...the several State governments, on their officers and Legislatures taking the oath prescribed by the Constitution of the United States ; and where conflicting...
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Quarterly Review: A Journal of University Perspectives, Volume 60

1953
...was I even more explicit. He stipulated that the "Executive of the United States" should recognize "the several state governments" on their officers and legislators "taking the oath to the United States Constitution." These views and plans of Lincoln continued to be those of his successor....
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