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trade under the new system. Licenses were granted to foreign vessels by United States consuls and to coasting vessels by the Treasury Department, and the blockade was relaxed so far as related to those ports except as to persons, property, and information contraband of war. Collectors were appointed at the above-mentioned ports, and a circular was addressed to the foreign ministers at Washington announcing the reopening of communication with conquered Southern localities. Again, on March 3, 1863, an act was passed which authorized the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint special agents to receive and collect all abandoned or captured property in any state or portion of a state designated as in insurrection. Under this act a paper division of the whole of our territory was made into five special districts, and to each a special agent was appointed with numerous assistants. Abandoned property was defined to be that which had been deserted by the owners, or that which had been vo
the draft, The first act of Congress providing for an enrollment and draft was passed on March 3, 1863, three and a half months later than this order. or for otherwise giving aid and comfort to ttirely subverted and deprived of all jurisdiction in these cases. Congress passed an act on March 3, 1863, which provided that any order of the President of the United States, or arrest made under hvernment of the state of New York was made in another section of the same act of Congress of March 3, 1863. It declares: That during the present rebellion, the President of the United States, whspension of the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus. The act of Congress was passed on March 3, 1863, and on September 15th the President issued his proclamation, and, referring to the authoritddressed a letter to Governor Seymour, saying: As the draft under the act of Congress of March 3, 1863, for enrolling and calling out the national forces, will probably be resumed in this city (N