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Doc. 103.-message of Jefferson Davis. January 12, 1863. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the Confederate States: at the date of your last adjournment the preparations of the enemy for further hostilities had assumed so menacing an aspect as to excite in some minds apprehension of our ability to meet them with sufficient promptness to avoid serious reverses. These preparations were completed shortly after your departure from the scat of government, and the armies of th
of cotton In the homes of our noble and devoted women — without whose sublime sacrifices our success would have been impossible — the noise of the loom and the spinning-wheel may be heard throughout the land.
With hearts swelling with gratitude, let us, then, join in returning thanks to God, and in beseeching the continuance of His protecting care over our cause, and the restoration of peace, with its manifold blessings, to our beloved country. Jefferson Davis. Richmond, January 12, 1863