武汉市新冠肺炎疫情防控指挥部综合组December 1, 1852. 44-tfIn December, 1862, Jefferson Davis issued an order which naturally attracted some attention, directing that General Benjamin F. Butler, when captured, should be "reserved for execution." Butler never fell into the hands of the Confederates and it is probable that if he had been taken prisoner, the order would have remained an empty threat. From Lincoln came the necessary rejoinder that a Confederate officer of equal rank would be held as hostage for the safety of any Northern general who, as prisoner, might not be protected under the rules of war.intimately concerned if in traditional and degenerate forms.‘Alas, no!’ admitted Decius. ‘But why, dear master, should you invite the attacks of the ignorant?’武汉市新冠肺炎疫情防控指挥部综合组
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