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Treasury Department, Confederate States of America, Richmond, December 7, 1864. To Holders of five Per Cent. Call certificates.--Attention is respectfully called to the provisions of the ninth section of the act of Congress, entitled an act to reduce the currency, &c., approved February 17, 1864, when declares that "all call certificates shall be fuponble, and shall be taxed in all respects as is provided for the Treasury notes into which they are convertible." The fourth section of said act imposes a tax of one hundred per cent. on the Treasury notes represented by said five per cent. call certificates which shall remain outstanding on the first day of January, eighteen hundred and sixty-five. G. A. Trenholm, Secretary of the Treasury de 7--t1stJ
t of approved November 28, 1864, entitled "An authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to coupon bonds for seven-thirty treasury notes, of such notes are hereby notified that after payment of the annual interest due thereon of the first day of January, 1865, upon presentation same, the Treasurer, Assistant Treasurers and Depositaries (as designated at foot) will issue therefore, which will entitle the holders; coupon bonds payable thirty years after the of January, 1865, bearing six per cent. the said first of January, 1865, payable on the first days of January and July in each year. The Treasurer, Assistant Treasurers and Depositaries will make weekly reports to the Register of the Treasury of such certificates issued at their offices, whereupon bonds will be sent forward in satisfaction of . The notes will be cancelled in the usual manner and forward to the First Auditor. G. A. Trenholm, Secretary of Treasury Treasurer at Richmond, Virginia. Assistant Treasurers a