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[23] Acts and resolutions of the first session of the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States. 1861. Montgomery, Ala.: Barrett, Wimbish & Co., Printers and Binders. 1861.

[25] Acts and resolutions of the second session of the Provisional congress of the Confederate States. 1861. Montgomery, Ala.: Shorter & Reid, Printers and Binders.

[28] Acts and resolutions of the fourth session of the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States, held at Richmond, Va. Richmond: Tyler, Wise, Allegre and Smith, Prs. 1862.

[29] The statutes at large of the Provisional Government of the Confederate States of America, from the institution of the government, February 8, 1861, to its termination, February 18, 1862, inclusive. Arranged in chronological order. Together with the constitution for the Provisional Government, and the permanent constitution of the Confederate States, and the treaties concluded by the Confederate States with Indian tribes. Edited by James M. Matthews, attorney at law, and law clerk in the Department of Justice. Richmond: R.M. Smith, Printer to Congress. 1864.

[34]The statutes at large of the Confederate States of America, passed at the first session of the second congress; 1864. Carefully collated with the originals at Richmond. Edited by James M. Matthews, attorney at law, and law clerk in the Department of Justice. Richmond: R.M. Smith, Printer to Congress, 1864.

[44] A digest of the military and naval laws of the Confederate States, from the commencement of the Provisional congress to the end of the first congress under the permanent constitution. Analytically arranged by Capt. W.W. Lester, of the Quartermaster-General's Office, and Wm. J. Bromwell, of the Department of State, attorneys-at-law. To be continued every session. Columbia:Evans and Cogswell. 1864.
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[60] An act to amend an act entitled "An act recognizing the existence of war between the United States and the Confederate States, and concerning letters of marque, prizes and prize goods, approved May 6th, one thousand eight hundred and sixty one." ...Approved May 21, 1861. [Montgomery,] 1861.

[78] An act to organize the forces to serve during the war. [Richmond, 1864.]

[85] An act to amend the tax laws. [Richmond, 1864.]

[94]An act to diminish the number of exemptions and details. [Richmond, 1865.]

[228] Address of the Congress to the people of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1864.]

[257] Report of the Joint select committee appointed to investigate the condition and treatment of prisoners of war. 2 copies. [Richmond, 1865.]

[259] Report from the Joint select committee, to investigate the management of the Navy Department. [Richmond, 1864.]

[261] Report of evidence taken before a Joint special committee of both Houses of the Confederate Congress, to investigate the affairs of the Navy Department. P. Kean, reporter. Richmond, Va.: Geo. P. Evans & Co., Printers, "Whig" Building [1863?]
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[291] (Secret) (Senate Bill No. 11) . . . A bill to be entitled "An Act to provide for the further issue of treasury notes, and for other purposes." [Richmond, 1863.]

[308] (Senate No. 13) . . . A bill to be entitled an act in relation to public printing. [Richmond, 1863.]

[331] Letter from Gen. Wise. Headquarters 6th Military District, Department South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, January 3rd, 1864. To Hon. Jas. Lyons, john R. Chambliss and others, of the virginia delegation in Congress, [endorsing and enclosing the memorial of Generals Hardee, Stevenson and other officers, dated December 17th, 1863, from the "Army of Tennessee," respecting the army.] [Richmond, 1864.]

[344] (Senate-Secret.) Amendments proposed by the Committee on Finance to the bill, (H.R. 92 [i.e.192] to tax, fund and limit the currency. [Richmond, 1864.]

[368] (Senate Bill No. 51) . . . A bill to provide supplies for the army, and to prescribe the mode of making impressments. [Richmond, 1864.]

[382] (Senate Bill No. 92) . . . A bill to exempt the cargoes of vessels owned by the states of the Confederacy from restrictions upon exports and imports. [Richmond, 1864.]

[385] (Senate Bill No. 121) . . . A bill declaring the mode of ascertaining the value of the tithe deliverable to the government under existing laws. [Richmond, 1864.]

[387] (Senate Bill no. 119 - Secret) . . . A bill to suspend the privileges of the writ of habeas corpus in certain cases. [Richmond, 1864.]

[394] Amendment to Senate bill (S. 129) to provide for the employment of free negroes and slaves to work upon fortifications, and to perform other labor connected with the defenses of the country. [Richmond, 1864.]

[401] (Senate, No. 143) . . . A bill to authorize the employment of instructors for the acting midshipmen of the navy and to regulate their pay. [Richmond, 1864.]

[404] (Senate engrossed bill, no. 121. ) A bill declaring the mode of ascertaining the value of the tithe deliverable to the government under the true construction of existing laws. [Richmond, 1865?]

[407] (Senate Bill no. 155) . . . A bill to regulate the pay and allowances for certain female employees of the government. [Richmond, 1865.]

[409] (Secret. Senate no. 157) . . . A bill to provide for the appointment of a directing general of the armies of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1865].

[434] Amendment proposed by the Committee on Military Affairs to the bill (S. 190) to provide for raising two hundred thousand negro troops. [Richmond, 1865.]

[435] (Senate, no. 192) . . . A bill to amend the act entitled "An act to organize forces to serve during the war," approved Feb. 17, 1864. [Richmond, 1865].

[444] Amendment proposed by the Senate to the bill (H.R. 379) to levy additional taxes for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-five, for the support of the government. [Richmond, 1865.]

[448] Directory of the Confederate states Senate, for the second session of the second Congress, commencing November 7, 1864. Richmond, Va.: R.M. Smith, Public Printer, 1864.

[453] Rules for conducting business in the Senate of the Confederate States of America. Richmond: R.M. Smith, Public Printers.

[455] Standing committees of the Senate. Second Congress. [Richmond? 1864?]

[458] (Senate report, no. 9)...Report of the Committee on Finance on the bill (H.R. 18) to lay taxes for the common defence and carry on the government of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1863.]

[459] (No. 18 - Secret) . . . Report of the Committee on Finances on bill (H.R. 92) to tax, fund, and limit the currency. [Richmond, 1864].

[474] (House bill.) A bill to be entitled An act to facilitate the detection of frauds by the disbursing officers of the government, with the view to the discovery of frauds and peculations upon the government, and facilitate the conviction of offenders, under existing or future laws. [Richmond, 186_.]

[498] (House of Representatives, no. ) ...A bill to be entitled An act to amend "An act to further provide for the public defence," approved April 16th, 1862. [Richmond, 1862.]

[507] (House no. 4)... A bill to regulate the navigation of the Confederate States and to establish direct trade with foreign nations. [Richmond, 1862.]

[519] (House bill, no. 4.)... A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations for the executive, legislative and judicial expenses of the government for the month of December, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. [Richmond, 1862]

[523] A bill to be4 entitled An act to amend the existing acts for the exemption of persons from military service. [Richmond, 1862.]

[525] (House.) Amendment. [Richmond, 1863?]

[527] (House, no.21.)... Joint resolutions expressing opinion of Congress in relation to the conduct of certain citizens of Louisiana within the lines, and in the presence of the enemy. [Richmond, 1863.]

[528] (House, no. 24.)...Resolutions endorsing the recent proclamation and order of the President on the subject of retaliation. [Richmond, 1863]

[529] (House, no. 25.)... Joint resolutions on the pending war, and matters appertaining thereto. [Richmond, 1863.]

[533] (House bill, no. 4)... A bill to be entitled An act to prohibit quartermasters and others from speculating. [Richmond, 1863.]

[537] (House bill, no. 12.)... A bill to be entitled "An act to increase and strengthen the American Confederate States." [Richmond, 1863.]

[538] (House Bill no. 8) . . . A bill continuing in pay all discharged soldiers by reason of wounds and injuries received in the service. [Richmond, 1863].

[547] (House bill no 21) . . . A bill to be entitled An Act to provide an export duty on cotton and tobacco exported from the Confederate States to the ports or in the ships of any foreign country which has not recognized the independence of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1863].

[564] (House bill no. 3.) A bill to be entitled "An act to lay taxes for the common defense, and carry on the government of the Confederate States." [Richmond, 1863.]

[566] (House bill no. ) A bill to be entitled An act to provide for holding elections for representatives in the Congress of the Confederate States, in states occupied by the forces of the enemy. [Richmond, 1863.]

[567] Amendment proposed by Mr. Kenner, from Committee on Ways on Means, to bill "to lay taxes for the common defense, and carry on the government of the Confederate States." [Richmond, 1863.]

[576] (House bill, no. 1.) ...A bill to be entitled An act to provide for keeping in repair the railroads of the Confederate States necessary for the transportation of troops and government supplies. [Richmond, 1863.]

[577] A bill to be entitled An act to provide for holding elections for representatives in the Congress of the Confederate States, in states occupied by the forces of the enemy. [Richmond, 1863.]

[579] (House bill, no. .) ... A bill to distribute bounty, granted as a reward to the officers and men serving on board of the Virginia, Patrick Henry, Jamestown, Raleigh, Beaufort and Teazer, for their gallantry and courage in the naval engagement with the enemy's vessels in Hampton Roads, on the 8th and 9th of march 1862. [Richmond, 1863.]

[591] (House of Representatives.)... A bill to raise a tax for the support of the government. [Richmond, 1863.]

[596] (House of Representatives no. 9.)... Resolution on finance. [Richmond, 1863.]

[600] (House bill, no. 15.)... A bill to be entitled "An act to raise a revenue by direct taxation." [Richmond, 1863.]

[607] (House of Representatives, no. 7.)... Resolution directory of Select Committee on Finance. [Richmond, 1863.]

[616] (House of resolution.)... Joint resolution for the relief of Major W.F. Haines. [Richmond, 1863.]

[625] (House of Representatives) . . . A bill to be entitled An act repealing existing and regulating future exemptions from military service. [Richmond, 1864.]

[631] (House of Representatives- Secret session.)... A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to lay taxes for the common defense and carry on the government of the Confederate States.", approved April 24, 1863. [Richmond, 1864.]

[632] (House bill) . . . A bill to be entitled An act to increase the effective force of the "Provisional Army of the Confederate States." [Richmond, 1864.]

[633] (House bill) . . . A bill to be entitled An act to provide additional compensation for soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States, and for the families of those who die in service. [Richmond, 1864.]

[635] (House bill.)... A bill to be entitled " An act to make additional appropriations for the support of the Confederate States of America, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1864. [Richmond, 1864.]

[641] (House of Representatives - Secret session.)... Mr. Chilton's amendments to the bill of the committee. 3 copies. [Richmond, 1864.]

[643] (House bill.)... Substitute of Mr. Boteler for Mr. Wilcox's bill. An act to provide for payment of horses killed, captured, lost or permanently disabled in the Confederate States service. [Richmond, 1864]

[645] (House of Representative - Secret Session) . . . A bill to regulate the currency. Richmond, 1864.]

[648] (House bill.)... A bill to be entitled An act to suppress abuses in the Quartermaster and Commissary Departments of the army. [Richmond, 1864.]

[655] (House bill.)... A bill to be entitled An act to authorize the impressments of meat for the use of the army, under certain circumstances. [Richmond, 1864.]

[656] Proceeding of a meeting of officers and men of the 154th Sr. Tenn. Regiment. [Richmond, 1864.]

[658] (House bill)... A bill to be entitled An act supplemental to the several acts relating to military courts. [Richmond, 1864.]

[664] [Resolutions transmitted] to the Hon. Speaker of the House of Representatives, Decatur, Georgia, January 27, 1864. [Adopted at a meeting of non-commissioned officers and privates of Company B, Twentieth Artillery Battalion, Alabama Volunteers, called for the purpose of considering the subject of re-enlisting for the war.] [Richmond , 1864.]

[674] Joint resolutions in reference to the treatment of colored troops. [Richmond, 1864.]

[676] (House bill no. 9.)... A bill to organize a corps of scouts and signal guards, to facilitate communications with the Trans-Mississippi Department. [Richmond, 1864.]

[679] (House of Representatives, no. 17.)... Joint resolutions of the Legislature of Louisiana in relation to further prosecution of the war. [Richmond, 1864.]

[680] (House bill, no. 25.)... A bill to be entitled An act to establish a Bureau of Foreign Supplies in the War Department, with an agency in the Trans-Mississippi Department. [Richmond, 1864.]

[683] (House of Representatives, no. 30.)... Joint resolutions of the State of Texas. [Richmond, 1864.]

[684] (House bill, no. 44.)... A bill to be entitled An act to establish the court for investigation of claims against government of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1864.]

[688] (House bill, no. 11.)... A bill to provide for the settlement of claims for property illegally impressed in the Trans-Mississippi Department. [Richmond, 1864.]

[689] (House bill, no. 28.)... A bill to be entitled An act to establish a Bureau of Foreign Supplies in the War Department, with an agency in the Trans-Mississippi Department. [Richmond, 1864.]

[691] Resolutions of the Legislature of the State of Mississippi in relation to the recent act of the Congress of the Confederate States suspending the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus. [Richmond, 1864.]

[693] Preamble and resolutions asserting the jurisdiction and sovereignty of the State of Virginia over her ancient boundaries. Adopted October 8, 1863. [Richmond, 1864.]

[698] (House bill, no. 93.)... A bill to be entitled An act for the organization of the Bureau of Conscription, and the appointment of officers to said Bureau. [Richmond, 1864.]

[702] (House bill, no. 122.)... A bill to be entitled An act to amend the army regulations with respect to gaming by disbursing officers and others entrusted with public funds. [Richmond, 1864.]

[703] (House bill, no. 123.)... A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations for the support of the government of the Confederate States of America from July 1 to December 31, 1864, and to supply a deficiency.

[705] (House of Representatives.)... Joint resolutions requiring the settlement of the accounts of the Post-Office Department prior to the first day of July, 1863. [Richmond, 1864.]

[707] Resolutions declaring the supremacy of the civil over the military law. [Richmond, 1864.]

[713] (House of Representatives) Amendment to the bill offered by Mr. J.M. Smith, to amend the act to organize forces to serve during the war. [Richmond, 1864.

[715] (House bill, no. 176.)... A bill to be entitled An act to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments. [Richmond, 1864.]

[717] (House bill, no. 191.)... A bill to be entitled "An act to facilitate the settlement of claims of deceased officers and soldiers." [Richmond, 1864.]

[718] (House bill, no. 203.)... A bill to be entitled "An act to protect the Confederate States against frauds and to provide remedies against officers and employees of the government committing them." [Richmond, 1864.]

[719] (House bill, no. 214.)... A bill to be entitled An act to define and punish conspiracy against the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1864.]

[722] (House bill, no. 230.)... A bill to be entitled "An act to amend An act to provide revenue from commodities imported from foreign countries," approved May 21st, 1864. [Richmond, 1864.]

[723] (House bill, no. 231.)... A bill to be entitled "An act to exempt from taxation loans made on hypothecation of non taxable bonds." [Richmond, 1864.]

[724] (House bill, no. 232.)... A bill to be entitled "An act to exempt from taxations the capital bonds and certificates issued by the Confederate States." [Richmond, 1864.]

[725] (House bill, no. 233)... A bill to be entitled An act to consolidate and amend the laws relative to impressments. [Richmond, 1864.]

[726] (House bill, no. 239.)... A bill to be entitled An act to organize the Supreme Court. [Richmond, 1864.]

[727] (House bill, no. 240. - Secret session.)... A bill to provide for the establishment of a Bureau of Special and Secret Service. [Richmond, 1864.]

[728] (House bill no 242) . . . A bill to be entitled An act to provide for sequestrating the property of persons liable to military service who have departed or shall depart from the Confederate States without permission. [Richmond, 1864.]

[729] (House bill no. 214) . . . A bill to be entitled An act to define and punish conspircay against the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1864.]

[731] (House bill, no. 267. - Secret.)... A bill to suspend the privilege of writ of habeas corpus, In certain cases, for a limited time. [Richmond, 1864.]

[736] (House bill, no. 274.)... A bill to increase the pay of marines to that received by infantry of the army. [Richmond, 1864.]

[737] (House bill no. 275) . . . A bill to authorize the employment of instructors for the acting midshipmen of the navy, and to regulate their rank and pay. [Richmond, 1864.]

[738] (House bill no. 276) . . . A bill making an appropriation for the removal of the naval rope walk and erect additional quarters for acting midshipmen at Drewry's Bluff. [Richmond, 1864.]

[739] (House of Representatives, no. 277) . . . A bill making an appropriation for the removal of the naval rope walk and erection of the same. [Richmond, 1864.]

[740] (House of Representatives, no. 278.)... A bill to increase the number of acting midshipmen in the navy, and to prescribe the manner of appointment. [Richmond, 1864.]

[741] (House of Representatives, no. 279) . . . A bill for the transfer of certain mechanics, artizens and other persons, from the army to the navy. [Richmond, 1864.]

[743] (House of Representatives.)... Amendment to the bill to provide more effectually for the reduction and redemption of the currency. [Richmond, 1864]

[744] (House of Representatives.)...Substitute for the bill (H.R. 229) to provide more effectually for the reduction and redemption of the currency. [Richmond, 1864.]

[745] (House of Representatives) . . . A resolution tendering negotiations for peace and a mitigation of the horrors of war. [Richmond, 1864.]

[746] (House of Representatives.)... A resolution upon the subject of peace. [Richmond, 1864.]

[747] (House of Representatives.)... Resolutions relating to the war and negotiations for peace. [Richmond, 1864.]

[748] (House of Representatives.)... Amendment to bill to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments. [Richmond, 1864]

[749] (House of Representatives.)...Amendment to the bill to be entitled "An act to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments." [Richmond, 1864.]

[750] (House of Representatives) . . . A resolution [relating to peace overtures] [Richmond, 1864.]

[752] (House of Representatives, no. 285.)... A bill to be entitled An act to lay a tax for revenue to provide for the common defense and carrying on of the government of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1864.]

[754] (House of Representatives, no. 287.)... A bill to be entitled An act to authorize the 2d auditor of the Treasury, or a commissioner, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury with the consent of the President, to take proof as to the expenditures of the State of Tennessee, in constructing military defenses and the support of her army previous to its transfer to the Confederate government. [Richmond, 1864.]

[755] A bill to be entitled An act to provide for organizing, arming and disciplining the militia of the Confederate States, and for governing such part of them as may be employed in the service of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1864.]

[756] Joint resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Alabama, in relation to impressments and the schedule of prices fixed by Confederate commissioners. [Richmond, 1864.]

[758] A bill declaring the mode of ascertaining the value of the tithe deliverable to the government under the true construction of existing laws. [Richmond, 1864.]

[759] (House bill, no. 303.)... A bill to be entitled an act for the further organization of the field artillery of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1864.]

[760] (House of Representatives, no. 307.)... A bill to be entitled An act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to borrow specie, to be applied to the redemption and reduction of the currency. [Richmond, 1864.]

[761] Amendments to the bill to be entitled An act to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments. [Richmond, 1864.]

[762] (House bill, no. 311.)... A bill to provide additional clothing and privileges to troops in the field. [Richmond, 1864.]

[763] Substitute for the bill (H.R. 203) to protect the Confederate States against frauds, and to provide remedies against officers and employees of the government committing them. [Richmond, 1864.]

[767] (House of Representatives.)... A bill to be offered as a substitute for the bill reported by the Committee on Military Affairs to consolidate companies, battalions, regiments and brigades. [Richmond, 1865.]

[768] Amendment to section 3rd of the bill to be entitled An act to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments. 2 copies. [Richmond, 1865.]

[770] (House bill, no. 319.)... A bill more effectually to prevent and punish absenteeism and desertion in the army.) [Richmond, 1865.]

[771] (House bill, no. 320.)... A bill to change the mode of filling vacancies among commissioned officers of companies, battalions and regiments. [Richmond, 1865.]

[774] (House of Representatives, no. 228) . . . A bill to be entitled An act authorizing the promotion of officers, non-commissioned officers and privates, for distinguished valor and skill for peculiar competency and general merit. [Richmond, 1865.]

[775] (House of Representatives, no. 322.)... A bill to be entitled An act repealing certain abatements from the property tax and income tax, and amending the said laws. [Richmond, 1865.]

[776] (House of Representatives, no. 323) . . . A bill to be entitled An act to provide payment for horses killed ot lost in the service of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1865.]

[785] (House of Representatives, no. 183.)... A bill to be entitled to consolidate the public debt. [Richmond, 1865.]

[786] (House of Representatives, no. 184.)... A bill to be entitled An act to provide the means to carry on the war. [Richmond, 1865.]

[788] Resolutions of the State of Texas, concerning peace, reconstruction, and independence. [Richmond, 1865.]

[789] (House bill, no. 338.)... A bill to be entitled An act to levy and collect taxes for the common defence, and for the support of the government for the year 1865, and to repeal certain tax laws. [Richmond, 1865.]

[792] (House of Representatives, no. 344.)... A bill to be entitled An act to provide for auditing and paying for horses and equipment taken from dismounted cavalrymen for the use of the government. [Richmond, 1865.]

[793] (House of Representaives, no. 349) . . . A bill to amend An act to organize forces to serve during the ear [Richmond, 1865.]

[794] (Secrets.)... [Resolution concerning additional taxes for the year 1865.] [Richmond, 1865.]

[795] (House of Representatves, no. 282.)... A bill to be entitled An act for the prevention of frauds on the revenues of the Post office Department, and prohibiting the transportation of mailable matter over the post routes of the Confederate States by unauthorized associations of persons. [Richmond, 1865.]

[797] (Secret.) (House of Representatives, no. 361) . . . A bill to provide for the establishment of a Bureau for Special and Secret Service. [Richmond, 1865.]

[798] (Secret) (House of Representatives, no. 361.)... A bill to be entitled "An act to provide means to carry on the war." [Richmond, 1865.]

[799] Resolutions adopted by the officers and men of the 57th Virginia Regiment. [Richmond, 1865.]

[800] Resolutions passed at a meeting for the Ninth Virginia Infantry - January 25, 1865. 2 copies. [Richmond, 1865.]

[801] Resolutions passed at a meeting of the 14th Virginia Infantry - January 24, 1865. 2 copies. [Richmond, 1865]

[805] (House.)... Resolutions adopted by Bratton's Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers, January 30th, 1865. 2 copies. [Richmond, 1865.]

[806] (House.)... Resolutions adopted by Company "H," "I" and "K" Thirteenth Virginia Infantry , January 28, 1865. [Richmond, 1865.]

[808] (House.)... Resolutions adopted by McGowan's Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers. [Richmond, 1865.]

[809] (House.)... Resolutions adopted by the Staunton Artillery, February 1st, 1865. [Richmond, 1865.]

[810] (House of Representatives, no. 367) . . . A bill to be entitled An act to increase the military force of the Confederate States. [Richmond, 1865.]

[812] (Secret Session) (House bill no. 370) . . . A bill to amend An act to organize forces to serve during the war. [Richmond, 1865.]

[814] Resolutions adopted by a meeting of the people of Powhatan, held in the courthouse on February courd day, 1865. [Richmond, 1865.]

[815] (House of Representatives, no. 378.)... A bill to provide for the immediate payment of arrears due to the army due to the army and navy. [Richmond, 1865.]

[817] Joint resolution expressing the sense of Congress on the subject of the late peace commission. [Richmond, 1865.]

[820] (House of Representatives, no. 386.)... A bill making further regulations for the taxations of banks and bank notes, and for the confiscation of such notes held by alien enemies. [Richmond, 1865.]

(House bill no. 391) . . . A bill to provide means to pay the army and navy, and carry on the war. [Richmond, 1865.]

[825] Resolution in favor abolishing provost guards. [Richmond, 1865.]

[825] Resolution in favor of privates, non-commissioned officers and officers of the line. [Richmond, 1865.]

[827] Resolutions adopted by Sturdivant's Artillery Battalion, Army Northern Virginia, expressive of their determination to continue their efforts for independence. [Richmond, 1865.]

[829] Amendment to the bill offered by Mr. J.M. Smith, to amend the act to organize forces to serve during the war. [Richmond, 1865.]

[833] Calendar of the House of Representatives. [Richmond, 1862-65.]

[836] Directory of the House of Representatives. [Richmond, 1864?]

[847] Report of the Committee on Claims. In the case of Mary Clark... December 29, 1863. [Richmond, 1863.]

[856] Majority report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs. [Richmond, 186_.]

[858] Minority report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, presented by Mr. Smith, of Alabama. [Richmond, 1862.]

[866] Report of the Committee on Quartermaster and Commissary Departments on csae of major Frank G. Ruffin. [Richmond, 1863.]

[867] Report of the Committee on Quartermaster and Commissary Departments. [Richmond, 1864.]

[875] Minority report of the Committee of Ways and Means on the tax bill. [Richmond, 1864.]

[876] Minority report. The undersigned...[Robert B. Hilton et al appeal for additional tax levies]. [Richmond, 1865.]

[879] Evidence taken before the Committee of the House of Representatives, appointed to enquire into the treatment of prisoners at Castle Thunder. [Richmond, 1863.]

[880] Report of Hospital Committee. [Richmond, 1862.]

[885] Mr. Rogers' minority report [opposing placement of slaves in the army except as a last resort]. [Richmond, 1865.]

[886] Report of the Special Committee on the Charge of Corruption made in the Richmond Examiner, Jan. 7, 1864. [Richmond, 1864.]

[888] Report of Special Committee on the Pay and Clothing of the Army. [Richmond, 1865.]

[902] President's message. [Richmond, 1861.]

[911] Message of the President. [Richmond, 1862.]

[919] Message of the President [transmitting a copy of an act of the Legislature of South Carolina, offering a guaranty by that state of the bonds of the Confederate States]. [Richmond, 1863.]

[921] Message of the President. [Richmond, 1863.]

[925] President's message. [Richmond, 1863.]

[926] Correspondences between the President and General Joseph E. Johnston, together with that of the Secretary of War and the Adjutant and Inspector General, during the months of May, June and July, 1863. Published by order of Congress. Richmond: R.M. Smith, Public Printer , 1864.

[928] Veto message. [Richmond, 1864.]

[929] President's message. [Richmond, 1864.]

[931] President's message. [Richmond, 1864.]

 

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