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to accept reasonable profits upon their capital and labor thus employed, he would recommend, as the true policy, that the State take possession of all the works, with authority to press laborers and everything needed, and operate them under a regulated system for the common benefit of the people. In speaking of allowing the citizens of other States to manufacture salt for their own use at any of the works, except those on the State reservations, the Governor says:"United as are these Confederate States, in a common destiny, and mutually dependent, as they are, upon each other, I trust that the General Assembly of Alabama will concur in the expediency and propriety of inviting the citizens of other States to the salt supply which they may obtain within our limits by devoting their own labor and capital to its development." In behalf of the indigent families of absent soldiers a liberal appropriation is recommended, which should be disbursed without any invidious distinction among
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 2
Message of the Governor of Alabama. The Governor of Alabama, in his message to the extraordinary session of the Legislature of his State, in view of the exposed condition of some portions of the State, recommends such legislation as shall enabAlabama, in his message to the extraordinary session of the Legislature of his State, in view of the exposed condition of some portions of the State, recommends such legislation as shall enable the State authorities to control the slave labor of the State for the purpose of constructing fortifications and other means of defence on the rivers and bays. He also recommends ample appropriations from the treasury to be made, in order to cov States, in a common destiny, and mutually dependent, as they are, upon each other, I trust that the General Assembly of Alabama will concur in the expediency and propriety of inviting the citizens of other States to the salt supply which they may oul for medical uses within the State, and also, for whatever reasonable amount may be found to be the just proportion of Alabama, for a like purpose in the Confederate army. By confining the distilleries to localities where grain is abundant; fixin