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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.28 (search)
m. The $50 may be taken as an example of all. The engraving is extremely handsome. The picture is that of three negroes at work on the farm, two with hoes, another with a basket, the background being a Southern mansion. The bill is payable twelve months after date, and the inscription says: The Confederate States of America will pay to bearer fifty dollars, with interest at half a cent a day. The date of this bill is May 11, 1861, and it is signed by Alex. B. Clitheroe, register, and E. C. Elmore, treasurer. The body of the bill is black and green, and the figure fifty is many times repeated in circles and in bands. At the bottom of the bill are the words: National Bank Note Company, both to right and left. The back is plain white and on it is this endorsement: Issued July 5, 1861; Thomas K. Jackson, Captain, C. S. A., written in red ink. On the $100 bill is a train of cars; on the $500 a rural scene, and on the $1,000 a picture of the capitol at Montgomery. The first regula