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A bill to be entitled An act to increase the military force of the Confederate States.

Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives

A bill to be entitled An act to increase the military force of the Confederate States.

by Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives

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Published in [Richmond .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Confederate States of America. Army -- African American troops.

  • Edition Notes

    Crandall, M.L. Confederate imprints, 540

    Other titlesHouse of Representatives, no. 367, House of Representatives, February 10, 1865
    ContributionsConfederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJK9714 1865 Feb. 10
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6275669M
    LC Control Number32015948

      CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF In creating the Civil Rights Act of , Congress was using the authority given it to enforce the newly ratified 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery, and . The United States Supreme Court ruled unilateral secession unconstitutional while commenting that revolution or consent of the states could lead to a successful secession. NOTE: The Supreme Court ruling was after the Civil War. Legality: The principle of legality is the legal ideal that requires all law to be clear, ascertainable and non-retrospective.. It requires decision makers to resolve.

    The Confederate States of America (CSA), commonly referred to as the Confederate States (C.S. or CS) or the Confederacy, was an unrecognized breakaway state that fought against the United States during the American Civil War.. Existing from to , the Confederacy was originally formed by secession of seven slave-holding states—South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia.   On motion of Mr. Jones, of Tennessee, the House resolved itself into Committee of the Whole, Mr. Sexton, of Texas, in the chair, and took up the bill, reported from the Committee on Ways and Means, to be entitled "An act to make additional appropriations for the support of the Government of the Confederate States of America for the fiscal year.

    Page 30 - Provided further, That all persons under the age of eighteen years or over the age of thirty-five years, who are now enrolled in the military service of the Confederate States, in the regiments, squadrons, battalions, and companies hereafter to be re-organized, shall be required to remain in their respective companies, squadrons, battalions and regiments for ninety days, unless their. The Confederate States of America consisted of southern states that had seceded from the Union and its main goal was to develop a new government with its own constitution. The constitution they developed was similar to the U.S. Constitution; however, the Confederate constitution gave greater power to the states and protected the right for.


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