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Leon County (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 3
ficient to light every house in the Confederacy for the next six months, and put a stopper on the exorbitant extortion now practiced on the people for that article. So, also, on every plantation, may, in almost every kitchen, the monthly waste of ashes and grease, with the addition of a little lime and salt, and the labor of one person for one day will make soap enough to cleanse every man, woman and child, and their clothing. Now, why should we any longer pay thirty cents a pound for soap and sixty cents for candles? Crops in Florida. A correspondent of the Savannah Republican, writing from Florida, says the provision crop of Madison, Jefferson, and Leon counties is abundant. Corn, peas, potatoes, cane, pumpkins, etc., have been made in the greatest abundance. There is scarcely a planter who has sufficient stock to consume and destroy what is left in the fields. The people of that portion of Florida. at least. can afford to snap their fingers at Lincoln's blocked.
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 3
ngress of the Confederate States, under the permanent Constitution, will be composed of twenty-two Senators and eighty seven representatives. The representation will be as follows, being in the ratio of one member for every ninety thousand of population, on the Federal basis, counting three-fifths for slaves. We add, in a column, the electoral vote of each State in the Confederacy: representation.Votes, Virginia1618 North Carolina1012 South Carolina68 Georgia1012 Florida24 Alabama911 Louisiana08 Texas68 Arkansas46 Mississippi79 Tennessee1113 87109 The House, as constituted now, is composed, therefore, of 87 members, and the whole electoral vote is 109. This last number will not be altered between this time and the election next month. The number of the House may be increased by the accession of new States before the meeting of Congress in February. There are some States which may be in the Confederacy then. The want of Manufacturing facilities at t
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 3
under the permanent Constitution, will be composed of twenty-two Senators and eighty seven representatives. The representation will be as follows, being in the ratio of one member for every ninety thousand of population, on the Federal basis, counting three-fifths for slaves. We add, in a column, the electoral vote of each State in the Confederacy: representation.Votes, Virginia1618 North Carolina1012 South Carolina68 Georgia1012 Florida24 Alabama911 Louisiana08 Texas68 Arkansas46 Mississippi79 Tennessee1113 87109 The House, as constituted now, is composed, therefore, of 87 members, and the whole electoral vote is 109. This last number will not be altered between this time and the election next month. The number of the House may be increased by the accession of new States before the meeting of Congress in February. There are some States which may be in the Confederacy then. The want of Manufacturing facilities at the South. The New Orleans Bullet
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 3
States. The first Congress of the Confederate States, under the permanent Constitution, will be composed of twenty-two Senators and eighty seven representatives. The representation will be as follows, being in the ratio of one member for every ninety thousand of population, on the Federal basis, counting three-fifths for slaves. We add, in a column, the electoral vote of each State in the Confederacy: representation.Votes, Virginia1618 North Carolina1012 South Carolina68 Georgia1012 Florida24 Alabama911 Louisiana08 Texas68 Arkansas46 Mississippi79 Tennessee1113 87109 The House, as constituted now, is composed, therefore, of 87 members, and the whole electoral vote is 109. This last number will not be altered between this time and the election next month. The number of the House may be increased by the accession of new States before the meeting of Congress in February. There are some States which may be in the Confederacy then. The want of Manuf
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 3
Confederate States, under the permanent Constitution, will be composed of twenty-two Senators and eighty seven representatives. The representation will be as follows, being in the ratio of one member for every ninety thousand of population, on the Federal basis, counting three-fifths for slaves. We add, in a column, the electoral vote of each State in the Confederacy: representation.Votes, Virginia1618 North Carolina1012 South Carolina68 Georgia1012 Florida24 Alabama911 Louisiana08 Texas68 Arkansas46 Mississippi79 Tennessee1113 87109 The House, as constituted now, is composed, therefore, of 87 members, and the whole electoral vote is 109. This last number will not be altered between this time and the election next month. The number of the House may be increased by the accession of new States before the meeting of Congress in February. There are some States which may be in the Confederacy then. The want of Manufacturing facilities at the South.
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 3
Charleston Mercury's correspondent and the Palmetto Guard. "Kinwah," the correspondent of the Charleston Mercury, writing from one of the camps of the South Carolina troops now in Virginia, some time since, gave utterance to the following unpatriotic language: "I have talked a great deal with the officers, and I find that our South Carolina troops are fast getting disgusted. I think it is reasonably certain that nearly all the twelve months men will go home in the spring. They say they have been 'sold,' and would go home if they could." The Palmetto Guard, of Charleston, a fine corps, attached to Col. Kershaw's regiment, condemns and defths for slaves. We add, in a column, the electoral vote of each State in the Confederacy: representation.Votes, Virginia1618 North Carolina1012 South Carolina68 Georgia1012 Florida24 Alabama911 Louisiana08 Texas68 Arkansas46 Mississippi79 Tennessee1113 87109 The House, as constituted now, is composed,
Edgefield (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 3
ended by him for publication. The responsibility of its publication is ours. We believed then — and we believe now — its purport to be true, and therefore we published it." A card from Wm. G.Browslow. Some time ago we published a statement going the rounds that "Parson" Brownlow had suspended the publication of his paper, (the Knoxville Whig,) owing to an apprehension on his part that it was in contemplation to indict him for treason. Subsequently we copied an item from the Nashville (Tenn.) Republican, denying that any such intention was ever entertained. In its issue of November 5 the Republican publishes a card from Brownlow, from which we make the following extract: More than two weeks ago, a Secessionist, of this city, came home from Nashville, and stated to two different gentlemen that I would be arrested, and although a Secessionist himself, he expressed his regret, stating that he was opposed to these arrests. I named the fact to my friend, Col. Baxter, wit
Jefferson (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
ficient to light every house in the Confederacy for the next six months, and put a stopper on the exorbitant extortion now practiced on the people for that article. So, also, on every plantation, may, in almost every kitchen, the monthly waste of ashes and grease, with the addition of a little lime and salt, and the labor of one person for one day will make soap enough to cleanse every man, woman and child, and their clothing. Now, why should we any longer pay thirty cents a pound for soap and sixty cents for candles? Crops in Florida. A correspondent of the Savannah Republican, writing from Florida, says the provision crop of Madison, Jefferson, and Leon counties is abundant. Corn, peas, potatoes, cane, pumpkins, etc., have been made in the greatest abundance. There is scarcely a planter who has sufficient stock to consume and destroy what is left in the fields. The people of that portion of Florida. at least. can afford to snap their fingers at Lincoln's blocked.
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 3
representation in the Confederate States. The first Congress of the Confederate States, under the permanent Constitution, will be composed of twenty-two Senators and eighty seven representatives. The representation will be as follows, being in the ratio of one member for every ninety thousand of population, on the Federal basis, counting three-fifths for slaves. We add, in a column, the electoral vote of each State in the Confederacy: representation.Votes, Virginia1618 North Carolina1012 South Carolina68 Georgia1012 Florida24 Alabama911 Louisiana08 Texas68 Arkansas46 Mississippi79 Tennessee1113 87109 The House, as constituted now, is composed, therefore, of 87 members, and the whole electoral vote is 109. This last number will not be altered between this time and the election next month. The number of the House may be increased by the accession of new States before the meeting of Congress in February. There are some States which may be in the Confed
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 3
tion, will be composed of twenty-two Senators and eighty seven representatives. The representation will be as follows, being in the ratio of one member for every ninety thousand of population, on the Federal basis, counting three-fifths for slaves. We add, in a column, the electoral vote of each State in the Confederacy: representation.Votes, Virginia1618 North Carolina1012 South Carolina68 Georgia1012 Florida24 Alabama911 Louisiana08 Texas68 Arkansas46 Mississippi79 Tennessee1113 87109 The House, as constituted now, is composed, therefore, of 87 members, and the whole electoral vote is 109. This last number will not be altered between this time and the election next month. The number of the House may be increased by the accession of new States before the meeting of Congress in February. There are some States which may be in the Confederacy then. The want of Manufacturing facilities at the South. The New Orleans Bulletin, in a recent article, sh
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