Message of the President ... Feb. 25, 1863

[transmitting a communication from the secretary of the Treasury, in reference to the amount of funds paid into the Treasury under the operation of the Sequestration act] by Confederate States of America. Dept. of the Treasury in Richmond

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Parrish & Willingham. Confederate imprints, 2030.

Other titlesConfederate imprint.
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LC ClassificationsHJ254 .A6 1863d
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Pagination1 l.
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Open LibraryOL24510955M
LC Control Number47039548

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Feb. 25 Dear Father, I forgot to mention yesterday that a man is entitled to $ per head for sound recruits sent to camp. We have got our barracks all in order here, and can accommodate all the men that come now.

I hope you will be able to send us some, before many days. We have 40 here already and they look remarkably well in their.

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