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Mississippi (United States) (search for this): article 5
e Collectors of the Confederate States as to the performance of their duties in reference to vessels navigating the Mississippi river. As the regulations to be observed are of interest to a large portion of the country, we make the following extrace circulars: "All boats coming from any port outside the limits of the Confederate States, and lying upon the Mississippi river, must come to at the port of Norfolk, otherwise known as Helm's Landing, in the State of Mississippi, and there repacting as a Congress of the Seceding States, have assumed power to obstruct and regulate the free navigation of the Mississippi river by the citizens of this Union, to whom it belongs; Therefore be it "Resolved, by the General. Assembly of the Common-wealth of Kentucky, That Kentucky, having as much right to the Mississippi river, to its free, unobstructed navigation, as Louisiana or any other State, and that right being of vital importance to her people, feels it her duty to herself and
United States (United States) (search for this): article 5
--The Treasury Department of the Southern Confederacy has issued circular instructions to the Collectors of the Confederate States as to the performance of their duties in reference to vessels navigating the Mississippi river. As the regulationske the following extract from one of the circulars: "All boats coming from any port outside the limits of the Confederate States, and lying upon the Mississippi river, must come to at the port of Norfolk, otherwise known as Helm's Landing, in tcargo. It is also made the duty of said custom officer at the port of Norfolk to board each vessel so entering the Confederate States from any place above the limits of the Confederacy, and to deliver to each vessel so boarded a certificate, as follthe places designated therein. ' A. B., Revenue Officer.' "Any goods not intended for delivery within the Confederate States shall be allowed to pass free, the master being required to exhibit the manifest and a schedule in duplicate of all
Mississippi (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 5
tions to the Collectors of the Confederate States as to the performance of their duties in reference to vessels navigating the Mississippi river. As the regulations to be observed are of interest to a large portion of the country, we make the following extract from one of the circulars: "All boats coming from any port outside the limits of the Confederate States, and lying upon the Mississippi river, must come to at the port of Norfolk, otherwise known as Helm's Landing, in the State of Mississippi, and there report the name of their vessel and captain, where they are from, and their point of destination, and exhibit to the custom officer full duplicates of their entire cargo. It is also made the duty of said custom officer at the port of Norfolk to board each vessel so entering the Confederate States from any place above the limits of the Confederacy, and to deliver to each vessel so boarded a certificate, as follows: " 'Port of --,--day of--,18--. " 'Permission is
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 5
een offered in the Legislature of Kentucky: "Whereas, This General Assembly is informed that certain persons, acting as a Congress of the Seceding States, have assumed power to obstruct and regulate the free navigation of the Mississippi river by the citizens of this Union, to whom it belongs; Therefore be it "Resolved, by the General. Assembly of the Common-wealth of Kentucky, That Kentucky, having as much right to the Mississippi river, to its free, unobstructed navigation, as Louisiana or any other State, and that right being of vital importance to her people, feels it her duty to herself and her sister States, at the earliest day, to make this, her most solemn; protest against any assumption of such power to control the navigation of that river, as utterly without right or proper authority, and as what she cannot and will not submit to. "Resolved, further, That the States in the valley of the Mississippi be earnestly requested to unite with Kentucky in this protest
Norfolk (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
est to a large portion of the country, we make the following extract from one of the circulars: "All boats coming from any port outside the limits of the Confederate States, and lying upon the Mississippi river, must come to at the port of Norfolk, otherwise known as Helm's Landing, in the State of Mississippi, and there report the name of their vessel and captain, where they are from, and their point of destination, and exhibit to the custom officer full duplicates of their entire cargo. It is also made the duty of said custom officer at the port of Norfolk to board each vessel so entering the Confederate States from any place above the limits of the Confederacy, and to deliver to each vessel so boarded a certificate, as follows: " 'Port of --,--day of--,18--. " 'Permission is hereby given to land the goods described by — entries in this schedule, at the places designated therein. ' A. B., Revenue Officer.' "Any goods not intended for delivery within the
Helms Landing (Delaware, United States) (search for this): article 5
as issued circular instructions to the Collectors of the Confederate States as to the performance of their duties in reference to vessels navigating the Mississippi river. As the regulations to be observed are of interest to a large portion of the country, we make the following extract from one of the circulars: "All boats coming from any port outside the limits of the Confederate States, and lying upon the Mississippi river, must come to at the port of Norfolk, otherwise known as Helm's Landing, in the State of Mississippi, and there report the name of their vessel and captain, where they are from, and their point of destination, and exhibit to the custom officer full duplicates of their entire cargo. It is also made the duty of said custom officer at the port of Norfolk to board each vessel so entering the Confederate States from any place above the limits of the Confederacy, and to deliver to each vessel so boarded a certificate, as follows: " 'Port of --,--day of--,18