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Hon. J. L. M. Curry , LL.D., William Robertson Garrett , A. M. , Ph.D., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 1.1, Legal Justification of the South in secession, The South as a factor in the territorial expansion of the United States (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1,386 0 Browse Search
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Horace Greeley, The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the United States of America, 1860-65: its Causes, Incidents, and Results: Intended to exhibit especially its moral and political phases with the drift and progress of American opinion respecting human slavery from 1776 to the close of the War for the Union. Volume I. 1,170 0 Browse Search
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s of Colonel De Montiel, of the D'Epinenil Zonaves, Corporal Randall Mann, and private W. E. Holloway, of the Twenty-fifth Massachusetts regiment, killed in the action at Roanoke Island. The Federal Navy. A late New York paper says: Things are as brisk as ever at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard, with a still large amount of work to be done. The two ship house are work to be done. The two ship houses are undergoing repairs, caused by the recent severe snow and rain storms. The United States steam sloop-of-war Oneida, Captain S. P. Lee commanding, left the Brooklyn Navy-Yard at an early hour yesterday morning. The Oneida is one of the new steam sloops-of-war lately authorized to be constructed by Congress, and was finished recently at the Navy-Yard, only completing a most satisfactory trial trip on Wednesday last. The armament of the Oneida consists of a very heavy battery, composed of two eleven inch pivot guns, each weighing sixteen thousand eight hundred pounds. She is
of Arkansas, offered the following: Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treasury be directed to inform the senate whether any and what depositories of funds, he has established at Memphis, New Orleans, and other cities or posts of the Confederate States, and if none have been established to report to the Senate whether any and what legislation may be necessary to enable him to establish such depositories, so as to secure a prompt supply of funds for the public service at distant points. ed, and the delays, &c., must proceed from other causes. Still he thought it advisable to make the inquiry. Mr. Clarke was glad the subject was brought before the House. Since Gen. Price's army of Missouri had been transferred to the Confederate States, there has been great inconvenience and danger in transporting large sums of money in boxes over exposed country. He advocated the establishment of depositories at Fort Smith and Little Rock Arkansas. The resolution was agreed to, and
er by the Rev. Mr. H- after which the States were called alphabetically for memorials, resolutions, &c., when. Mr. Garland, of Ark., offered the following resolution: Resolved, That the memorial of H. R. Austin, of Memphis, Tenn., relative to the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad, which was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs in the Provisional Congress, and the bill to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to loan to such road a certain amount of the bonds of the Confederate States, &c., which was also referred to said committee, both of which were not reported back by said committee, be referred to the Committee on Military Affairs of this House. Agreed to. Mr. Reid, of Kentucky, introduced a resolution authorizing the Doorkeeper to purchase for the use of each member a small desk, similar to those provided for the members of the Senate; also, three sofas, to be placed in the lobby, for the accommodation of the ladies attending the sittings of the House.
By the Governor of Virginia.a Proclamation. the President of the Confederate States has called for forty thousand additional troops from Virginia.--This call affirms that "the exigencies of the public service require, in order to repel the invasion of Virginia, that her sons be called out in her defence more speedily than can be done under the operation of the law recently enacted by her Legislature." No call like this has ever yet been made upon this State in vain. Every nerve must be strung. Every son of Virginia must respond with an ardent zeal to defend the Commonwealth. Those subject to military duty are alone required to perform this service, but gallant volunteers, who come with the will to do or die for this great cause, will be given a place in our ranks. This war has attained a point which requires brave men and true patriots to leave their homes and grapple sternly with the foe. We will not tamely submit to degradation or slavery. We will have Virginia independent
The Southern Editorial Convention. Atlanta, March 13. --The Convention of the daily press of the Confederate States met in this city yesterday. The following daily newspapers were represented: Savannah Republican, J. R. Sneed; Atlanta Confederacy, J. H. Smith; Atlanta Intelligeneer, A. A. Gaulding; Augusta Constitutionalist, J. C. Howard, by proxy. The following weeklies were also represented; Macon Messenger, Jacksonville (Ala.) Republic, and the Calhoun (Ga.) Flag. On motion, sies of the camp. A resolution was adopted instructing the committee of three, consisting of Messrs. A. Gauldin of the Atlanta Confederacy, William Courtney of the Charleston Mercury, John McGinnia of the New Orleans The Delta, to report specially at the next meeting of the Convention upon the effect of a Typographical Union and its workings on the publishing interests of the Confederate States. The Convention then adjourned to meet at Richmond, upon the call of the Executive Committee.
$5 reward. --Lost, on the 18th inst., between R. Adam's Bakery, on Main street, at the stables of Davis & Hutcheson, on Franklin street, a Black Morocco Pooket-Book, containing about $400 in notes of the Confederate States, Parmers' Bank of Virginis, and Bank of Virginia, &c.; also, sundry important papers. The above reward will be paid to the finder if returned to the undersigned. Jos. J. White, fe 20--ts At the Capitol.
disagreed to House amendments to Senate hill to authorize the use of the jails and poor-houses of the State by the Confederate States, for the safe-keeping of free negroes arrested by military authority. The report of the committee on the qualificaified therefrom by reason of his holding a commission in the militia of the State, whether in actual service of the Confederate States and receiving pay therefor or not, was received, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. A resolution for thons who may be certified to him by the war or navy Departments to be necessary to the work of the Government of the Confederate States; provided, no person shall be exempt from draft under act of February 16th, or lose his right to volunteer in the Sose his right to volunteer in the State or Confederate States service. Among the bills on the calendar which passed was House bill to convert the branch or the northwestern Bank of Virginia, at Jeffersonville, into a separate and independent Bank.
ed that the Governor be authorized and required to exempt from the operation of his Proclamation of the 11th instant all persons who may be certified to him by the War or Navy Department, to be necessary to the work of the Government of the Confederate States provided, however, that no such person shall thereby be exempt from draft under the act of February 10, 1862. Resolution adopted and sent to the Senate. A message was received from the Senate announcing the concurrence of that body in into service a light infantry company from Halifax county. Also, that the Senate had passed a joint resolution authorizing the Governor to receive volunteer companies from counties which have furnished their quota to the requisition of the Confederate States, and asking the concurrence of the House therein. A communication was received announcing the death of Wm. A. Moncure, Esq., late Second Auditor. Also, a communication covering letters from the Treasurer of the State and certain B