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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I: S Numbers, 1859-1864

Series II: Harwell Numbers; 1860-1865

Series III: Crandall Numbers; 1855-1867

Series X: Oversize

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Confederate Imprints collection, 1855-1879



Descriptive Summary

Title: Confederate Imprints collection
Dates: 1855-1879
Abstract: Official documents, books, advertisements, religious pamphlets, maps, and various other materials related to life in the Confederacy during the period of the U.S. Civil War.
Identification: MS 71
Extent: 16 linear ft. (16 boxes)
Language Materials are in English.
Repository: Woodson Research Center,  Fondren Library, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Biographical Note

Dr. Samuel A. Greene is largely responsible for amassing this collection during his tenure as librarian of the Massachusetts Historical Society. He was a Civil War veteran, and held his post with the Society from the end of the Civil War until World War I.

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Scope and Contents

The collection consists of 16 boxes of books and papers, mostly from the 1860s, all of which were readily available to the public in the Confederacy at the time. The collection includes state and C.S.A. laws, ordinances, and regulations, military manuals, political dissertations, school books, novels, maps, tracts, and sermons. Also included are works related to the Confederacy such as histories of the war and autobiographies. Most are originals, any photocopies are noted as such in this listing.

The numbers associated with most items refers to numbers used in the published volumes of citations Confederate Imprints: A checklist based principally on the collection of the Boston Athenaeum, by Marjorie Lyle Crandall, published in two volumes by the Boston Atheneaum, 1955 and in More Confederate Imprints, by Richard Harwell, The Virginia State Library, 1957.

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Arrangement

This materials has been arranged in number order according to the numbering scheme in Confederate Imprints: A checklist based principally on the collection of the Boston Athenaeum, by Marjorie Lyle Crandall, published in two volumes by the Boston Atheneaum, 1955 and in More Confederate Imprints, by Richard Harwell, The Virginia State Library, 1957.
Series I: S Numbers, 1859-1864
Series II: Harwell Numbers; 1860-1865
Series III: Crandall Numbers; 1855-1867
Series X: Oversize

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This material is open for research but requires 24 hours' retreival time. Please call ahead at 713.348.2586 or e-mail woodson@rice.edu.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish from the Confederate Imprints collection, MS 71, must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Places)
United States - History Civil War, 1861-1865.
Formats
Imprints (partial documents)
Pamphlets
Broadsides
Government records
Military manuals
Political dissertations
School books
Novels
Maps
Sermons

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Confederate Imprints collection, MS 71, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

Acquisition Information

Purchased 1964.

Microfilm available

Many of these original imprints can be found on microfilm:

Confederate imprints, 1861-1865 microform Crandall, Marjorie Lyle, 1900- Confederate imprints. Title: Confederate imprints, 1861-1865 microform Publication info: New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, [1974]. Physical description: 144 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. General note: Based on: Confederate imprints / Marjorie Lyle Crandall. Boston : Boston Athenaeum, 1955. More Confederate imprints / Richard B. Harwell. Richmond : Virginia State Library, 1957. General note: Reproduces text of titles listed in Crandall and Harwell bibliographies arranged by bibliography number. Fondren Library call # E487 .C73 1974.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: S Numbers, 1859-1864

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1 S1 U.S. Army. Army of Virginia General Orders. Nos. 1-20 (lacking 14); June 27-August 15, 1862
S2.1 US Army. Department of Ohio. General Orders. Nos. 1-55; January 5-April 30, 1863
S2.2 US Army. Department of the Ohio General Orders. Nos. 56-110; May 2-June 29 1863
S3 US Army. Department of the South. Circular Nos. 1-5; January 4-May 27, 1865
S4.1 US Army. Department of the South. General Orders. Nos. 1-55 (lacking 19); Jan.2- May 3, 1865
S4.2 US Army. Department of the South. General Orders. Nos. 56-112; May 5-July 17, 1865
S4.3 US Army. Department of the South. General Orders Index; 1865
S5 Illinois Governor (Yates). Governor's Message 8p; April 23, 1861
S6 Iowa. Governor (Kirkwood). Special Message Delivered to Iowa General Assembly in extra session; September 3, 1862
S7 Maryland. General Assembly. Report of the Committee on Federal Relations in regard to the calling of a sovereign convention. 22p.; May 9, 1861
S8 Wisconsin. Laws and Statutes. Laws of Wisconsin and of the US, in relation to the militia in actual service. 45 p.; 1861
S9 Confederate States of America. President. Message of the President. 4p.; September 24, 1862
S9a Confederate States of America, Programme for the Inauguration of the President (photography); 1862
S10 Confederate States of America. Army of the Potomac. Medical Director's Office. General Orders no. 9; October 3, 1861
S11 Confederate States of America. Army of the Potomac. General Orders No. 76; December 8, 1861
S12a Post Office Regulations; 1862
S13 Confederate States of America. Surgeon-General's Office. Broadside; September 30, 1861
S14 Confederate States of America. Treasury Dept. Blank Check of the Treasurer of the Confederate States. Richmond; 186-
S12 Confederate States of America. Department of State. Form Letter. 1p.; 1861
S15 Confederate States of America. Treasury Dept. Blank Promissory Note by the Treasurer of the Confederate States.; 186-
S16 Confederate States of America. Treasury Dept. Regulations in Relation to Payment of Interest on the Public Debt. Broadside; 186-
S17 Confederate States of America. War Dept. Report of Secretary of War. 18p.; November 3, 1864
S17a Confederate States of America. War Dept. Ordnance Office and Circular Letter 1; 1861
S18 Mississippi Valley Union. Convention Report. 5p.; September 12, 1864
S19 Georgia General Assembly. Resolutions expressive of the Determination of Georgia to Prosecute the Present War with the Utmost Energy and Vigor 2p.; November 24, 1863
S20 New Orleans. Mayor. Blank Form For a Pass For a Slave; 1862
S21 Missouri. General Assembly. An Act to Provide for the Organization, Government, and Support of the Military Forces of the State of Missouri. 43p.; 1861
S22 North Carolina. Enlistment Papers for the "State Troops of North Carolina" 4p.; 186-
S23a Texas. Adjutant General. Circular, no. 34; 1863
S23 Tennessee. Governor (Isham). Message of His Excellency, Isham G. Harris, to the General Assembly 24p.; January 7, 1861
S24 Virginia Convention. Circular Letter 1p.; 1861
S25 Pardigon, C. F. The Practice of War 216p. (only the back cover remains); 1863
S26 Clark, Peter H. The Black Brigade of Cincinnati 30p.; 1864
S27 Cutter, O. P. Our Battery, or the Journey of Company B, 1st O.V.A.(1st Ohio Artillery) 152p.; 1864
S28 Independent Burnet Rifles Battalion. Constitution and By-Laws 20p.; 1861
S29 Love, John. Report of Mayor-General Love, of the Indiana Legion. 13p. (with this is bound "Reports of Brigade and Regimental Officers, Indiana Legion", p17-72.); 1863
S30 Proceedings of the officers and Soldiers of the Indiana Regiments in the Army of the Cumberland. 93 p.; 1863
S31 Resolutions of Thanks to Mayor-General Rosecrans, with Gen. Rosecrans' Reply; And the Address of the Ohio Soldiers to the People of Ohio; together with the correspondence connected therewith. 8p.; 1863
S32 Fanning, Thomas W. The Adventures of a Volunteer, By a Non-Commissioned Officer 94p.; 1863
S33 A Full Account of the Capture and Wonderful Escape of Gen. John H. Morgan with Capt. T. Henry Hines 16p.; 1864
S34 Funeral Services at the Burial of the Right Rev. Leonidas Polk, DD 28p.; June 29, 1864
S35 Gen. McClellan's Record. His Sympathy with the South 12p.; 1864
S36 Hallock, Charles. Sketches of "Stone Wall" Jackson 56p.; 1863
S37 Hurlbut, Henry Higgins. "A Paper Read at a Family Meeting of Some of Samuel Hurlbut's Descendants", 22p. (includes family tree); September 20, 1860
S38 Ohio Boys in Dixie. The Adventures of 22 Scouts Sent By Gen. O.M. Mitchell to Destroy a Railroad 47p.; 1863
S39 Stagg, Abraham. Biographical Sketches of the Fifty-Sixth Ohio Senate 75p.; January 4, 1864
S40 Wilkes, George. McClellan: From Ball's Bluff to Antietam 40p.; 1863
S41 Wright, Joseph A. "Eulogy on Stephen A. Douglas" 16p.; January 8, 1862
S42 "An Appeal to the Democracy of Indiana; Resolutions of 66th, 93d and 34th Indiana Regiments"; Speech of Alexander H. Stephens 8p.; 1863
S43 Arizona Historical Society. Charter, Constitution and By-Laws of the Arizona Historical Society 16p.; November 1864
S44 Betts, Samuel R. The Blockade. The Cases of the Hiawatha and Other Vessels Captured as Prize 25p.; 1861
S45 Bonaparte, Jerome-Napoleon. Cour Imperiale de Paris. Premiere Chambre. Appel de Jugement de la Premiere Chambre de Tribunal de Premiere Instance de la Seine 13p.; February 14, 1861
S46 Carrey, Emile. Grandeur et Avenir des Etats-Unis 48p.; 1863
S47 Cleveland as a Naval Depot. Report of a Committee of Citizens. 8p. (map); 1864
S48 First Anniversary of the Proclamation of Freedom in South Carolina 17p.; January 1, 1864
S49 The Great Panic: Being Incidents Connected with Two Weeks of the War in Tennessee 36p.; 1862
S50 The Great Slave Holders' Rebellion 8p.; 186-
S51 The Great Union Meeting (at Indianapolis) 16p.; February 26, 1863
S52 Laugel, Auguste. Les Causes et Caracteres de la Guerre Civile aux Etats-Unis 24p.; November 1861
S53 A Letter to an English Friend on the American War 24p.; 1863
S54 Morrison, Marion. A History of the Ninth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry 95p.; 1864
S55 Murphy, D.F. The Jeff Davis Piracy Cases. Full Report of the Trial of William Smith for Piracy, as One of the Crew of the Confederate Privateer, the Jeff Davis. 100p.; October 1861
S56 National Armory. An Appeal to Congress by the Citizens of Rock Island and Moling, Illinois, and Davenport, Iowa, in favor of a National Armory on the site of Fort Armstrong, on the Island of Rock Island, in the State of Illinois. 14p. (appendix and map); 1861
S57 Philadelphia. Union League letters from General Rosecrans to the Democracy of Indiana 8p.; 1863
S58 The Soldier of Indiana in the War for the Union 142p.; 1864
S59 Our Cruise in the Confederate States' War Steamer Alabama. The Private Journal of an Officer 64p.; September 19, 1863
S60 Address by the Loyal Democracy of Wisconsin to the People of the State 13p.; September 17, 1863
S61 Address of the Merchants of the City of Norfolk, VA to Brigadier-General Henry M. Naglee and his reply 8p.; October 1863
S62 Address of the Union Members of the (Indiana) legislature 15p.; March 20, 1863
S63 Andrews, Israel W. Why is Allegiance Due? And Where is it Due? Address before National Union Association of Cincinnati 30p.; June 2, 1863
S64 Baker, John. The Rebellion: A Speech by Jehu Baker, delivered in the Hall of Representatives, Springfield, Ill., Feb. 4; at Bloomington, March 20; at Belleville, March 28.32 p.; February-March 1863
S65 The Ballot Box, the Palladium of our Liberties 65p.; July 1863
S66 Bassett, George W. A Northern Plea for the Right of Succession 24p.; 1861
S67 Beasley, Robert E. A Plan to Stop the Present and Prevent Future Wars 24p.; 1864
S68 Blanchard, Charles. Chief Justice Eaton's Seymour Letter, Remarks by Charles Blanchard 12p.; April 4 and 11, 1863
S69 Brent, George Wm. Speech of Geo. Wm. Brent of Alexandria, in the Virginia Convention 16p.; March 8, 1861
S70 Brough, John. Dayton Speech. President Lincoln's Response Relative to the Arrest of Vallandigham 31p.; 1863
S72 Brough, John. The Defenders of the Country and its Enemies. The Chicago Platform Dissected 16p.; September 5, 1864
S72 Coggeshall, Wm. T. Ohio's Prosperity, Social, and Material; An Argument Against Rebellion, applied to the duty of citizens 8p.; 1863?
S73 Conkling, Henry. An Inside View of the Rebellion, and American Citizen's Textbook 23p.; 1864
S74 The Constitution and the Union Speeches delivered at the Am. Union Breakfast, Paris 24p.; May 29, 1861
S75 Conway, Martin F. Shall the war be for union and freedom or union and slavery? 14p.; December 12, 1861
S76 Drake, Charles D. Speech delivered before the National Union Association 16p.; October 1, 1864
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2 S77 Edgerton, Henry. State of the Union. 20p.; February 14, 1861
S78 Ewing, Thomas. Letter Relative to Charges Against Our Generals who Fought the Battle of Shiloh, 12p.; November 1, 1862
S79 Facts for the People: Relating to the Present Crisis 16p.; July 30, 1862
S80 Flagg, William J. Speech delivered in Ohio House of Representatives, on the Resolution of Mr. West to expel Hon. Otto Dressel 16p.; March 25, 1863
S81 Freligh, J.H. The True Position, Interests, and Policy of the South. Union or Succession: Which is Best? (in 4 nos.) The Crisis (in 8 nos.) 35p.; 1861
S82 Gantt, E.W. Address of Brigadier-General E.W. Gantt, C.S.A. 29p.; October 7, 1863
S83 Geeup, Jehu. North and South, or What is Slavery? 12p.; 1861
S84 Glover, Samuel T. Slavery in the United States--Emancipation in Missouri. 18p.; July 22, 1863
S85 Hamilton, Andrew Jackson. Addres of A.J. Hamilton, Military Governor to the People of Texas 19p.; 1864
S86 Hamilton, Andrew J. Letter of Gen. A.J. Hamilton, of Texas, to the President of the United States 18p.; 1863
S87 Holt, Joseph. The Fallacy of Neutrality. Address and letter to J.F. Speed, Esq. 31p.; July 13, 1861
S88 Holt, Joseph. Letter Upon the Policy of the General Government, the Pending Revolution, its Objectives, its probable results if successful, and the Duty of Kentucky in the Crisis. 23p.; 1861
S89 Interior Causes of the War: The Nation Demonized and its President a Spirit-Rapper 115p.; 1863
S90 Johnston, William. An Address on the Aspect of National Affairs and the Right of Sucession 42p.; March 16, 1861
S91 McDougall, James A. Speech on the Arrest of Gen. Stone, and the Rights of the Soldier and the Citizen 32p.; April 15, 16, and 22, 1862
S92 Maury, M.F. Captain Maury's Letter on American Affairs. Also the Address of Hon. John C. Breckinridge to the People of Kentucky 16p. (also letter from Maury dated Richmond, VA. August 1861); 1861
S93 Morton, Oliver P. Speech at the Union State Convention Held at Indianapolis, Ind. 24p.; February 23, 1864
S94 Neill, Edward D. The Relations of the Government to the Indian Tribes 4p.; January 31, 1863
S95 New Orleans Picayne Extracts from Editorial Columns 23p.; 1861
S96 Perry, Aaron F. Speech Delivered Before National Union Association at Mozart Hall, Cincinnati 15p.; September 20, 1864
S97 Plumly, B. Rush Speech delivered before the free colored men of New Orleans, Economy Hall 16p.; November 14, 1864
S98 Post, T.M. Palingenesy. National Regeneration 17p.; November 4, 1864
S99 Price, William The Position of Maryland. Letter to the Editors of the Baltimore American 8p.; 1861
S100 Read and Think on This. Address of some Loyal Citizens to Those of their Fellow-Citizens of Harrison County, whom they would have return to loyalty 5p.; 1862?
S101 Reynolds, Thomas C., Speech of Liet. Gov. Reynolds on the Preservation or Reconstruction of the Union, 9p.; January 17, 1861
S102 Rives, William C., Speech on the Proceedings of the Peace Conference and the State of the Union, 24p.; March 8, 1861
S103 Robb, James A., Southern Confederacy. Letter to Hon. A.H. Stephens of Georgia 17p.; 1863
S104 Segar, Jos., Letter to Gen. Dix, 9p. Letter dated Washington Nov. 20 1861; 1861
S104a Slocum, Wm. N. The War and How to End It. An Address to the People of California, 38p.; November 1861
S105 Society of California Pioneers inaugural ceremonies at the opening of the new "Pioneer Hall" 27p.; January 8, 1863
S106 South Carolina, Disunion and a Mississippi Valley Confederacy 15p.; 1861?
S107 Southern Hatred of the American Government, the People of the North, and Free Institutions 48p.; 1862
S108 Southern Rights Convention. Address and Resolutions Adopted at the Meeting of the Southern Rights Convention of Maryland, 14p.; February 18-19, 1861
S109 Stanberry, Henry. The Ballot and the Bullet. How to Save the Nation 8p.; September 17, 1864
S110 Stanly, Edward. Letter to Col. Henry A. Gilliam, Refuting Certain Charges and Insinuations made by Hon. Geo. E. Badger in Behalf of the Southern Confederacy, 10p.; July 17, 1862
S111 Stebbins, Horatio The President, the People, and the War: A Thanksgiving Discourse 22p.; 1864
S112 Stephens, Alexander Hamilton Prophecy and Fulfillment. Speech in Opposition to Secession 21p. Also bound address of E.W. Gantt in Favor of Re-union in 1863 22p.; November 14, 1860
S113 Sullivan, J.P. The Political Status of Louisiana and the Consequences of Armed Secession. Speech Before the Union Association of New Orleans 9p.; November 28-29, 1863
S114 Taylor, James W. The Sioux War: What Has Been Done by the Minnesota Campaign of 1863, and what Should be Done During a Dakota Campagin of 1864 16p.; 1863
S115 Union State Central Committee. Address of the Union State Central Committee of Maryland 8p.; 1861?
S116 Vilas, Levi B. Speech before Union mass meetings at Lacrosse and Madison, Wis. 8p.; October 1-13, 1862
S117 Wade, Ben. On McClellan and Gens. Hooker and Heintzelman's Testimony. A Crushing Review of Little Napoleon's Military Career. 8p.; 1864?
S118 Wallis, S. Teackle. Speech Delivered at the Maryland Institute. 15p.; February 1, 1861
S119 Warner, John R. Our Times and Our Duty. An Oration Delivered by Request at Spangler's Grove, Gettysburg 16p.; July 4, 1861
S120 Willey, Waitman T. Object of the War. Speech in the Senate, 15p.; December 19 and 20, 1861
S121 Willey, Waitman T. Speech on Mr. Moore's Resolutions on Federal Relations in the Virginia Convention 16p.; March 4, 1861
S122 Toledo Blade Annual Statement of the Trade and Commerce of Toledo, for the year 1863 44p.; 1864
S123 The Workman's Monthly Pocket Time-Book; 1864
S124 Conway, T.W. Report on the Condition of the Freed Men, of the Department of the Gulf, to Major Gen. N.P. Banks 11p.; 1864
S125 Hamlin, C. The Problem of Freedom and Slavery in the United States. Lecture before the Literary and Scientific Institution of Smyrna 28p.; March 6, 1862
S126 Laurens, Henry. A South Carolina Protest Against Slavery: Being a Letter to his Son, Colonel John Laurens 34p. (August 14, 1776, Original); 1861
S127 Sargent, F.W. Les Etats Confederes et l'Esclavage par F.W. Sargent de Philadelphie 177p.; 1864
S128 Thomson, Mortimer. What Became of the Slaves on a Georgia Plantation? Great Auction Sale of Slaves at Savannah, March 2-3 1859. A Sequel to Mrs. Kemble's Journal, 1863 20p.; 1859, 1863
S129 A Fairy's Failure. Written and Printed for the Devoted Patriots of East Tennessee 16p.; 1864
S129a The Art of Making Saltpeter; 186-
S129b Mclellan Campaign Song; 1864?
S129c The Nation Mourns; 186-
S129d Pike, Albert. Southsons, hear your country call you!; 186-
S129e Randall, James Ryder. There's Life in the Old Land Yet!; 186-
S129f Upham, Louise S. The Nation is Weeping; 186-
S130 Haven, Erastus O. Universities in America. Inaugural Address as President of Univ. of Michigan 31p.; October 1, 1863
S131 Mayo, A.D. The Scholar's Vocation in the New Republic. Address before Union Literary Society of Antioch College 28p.; June 30, 1863
S132 Bassett, Geo. W. A Discourse on the Wickedness and Folly of the Present War 24p.; August 11, 1861
S133 Cummins, George D. The African a Trust from God to the American. A sermon delivered on the day of National Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer in St. Peter's Church, Baltimore 28p.; January 4, 1861
S134 Eliot, William G. Emancipation in Missouri 8p.; July 5, 1863
S135 Eliot, William G. Loyalty and Religion 12p.; August 18, 1861
S136 Fairfield, Edmund B. Christian Patriotism. Sermon delivered in Representatives' Hall, Lansing, Mich. 40p.; February 22, 1863
S137 Fugitt, James Preston A Plea for Peace. Sermon Preached on Day of National Fasting, Humiliation, and Prayer. 17p.; September 26, 1861
S138 Fuller, Richard Mercy Remembered in Wrath, Sermon on Day of National Fasting, Humiliation, and Prayer 24p.; September 26, 1861
S139 Goodrich, William H. A sermon on the Christian Necessity of War 15p.; April 2, 1861
S140 Hibbard, John Randolph. A Spiritual Ground of Hope for the Salvation of our Country 24p.; August 6, 1863
S141 Mitchell, Arthur A Word of Scripture to North and South. 32p.; December 30, 1860
S142 Noble, Frederic A. Blood the Price of Redemption. A Thanksgiving Discourse 21p.; November 27, 1862
S143 Schenck, Noah Hunt. Christian Moderation: The Word in Season, o the Church and country. Whitsunday Sermon 27p.; May 19, 1861
S144 Schneck, Noah Hunt. The Memory of Washington 32p.; February 22, 1861
S145 Speer, William. The Lessons of 1860 36p.; February 3, 1861
S146 Thompson, M.L.P. Discourses Preached on the National Fast, Sept. 26, and Thanksgiving, Nov. 28 22p.; 1861
S147 Wadsworth, Charles. War A Discipline. Thanksgiving Sermon 24p.; November 24, 1864
S147b Curtin, Andrew Gregg. Proclamation [proposing a day of public worship in thanksgiving for the end of the war] on Thursday, the seventh day of December next.; 1865
S147c Curtin, Andrew Gregg. A Proclamation... to set apart Thursday, the twenty-sixth day of November, next, as a day of Thanksgiving and prayer; 1863
S147d Potter, Alonzo, Bp. To the Clergy and Congregation of the Diocese of Pennsylvannia; 1861
S148 Protestant Episcopal Church. Pastoral letter from the bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church to the clergy and laity of the Church in the Confederate States of America 5p.; November 22, 1862
S149 August, F.P. The Touchstone 12p.; 186-
S150 Breck, J. Lloyd. The second response to the Rev. Dr. Breck's appeal to the churches. 15p.; 1863
S152 The Cleansing Blood, (Diocesan Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church of Virginia) 4p.; 186-
S153 Daniel Murray, Late Lieutenant in the American Navy. Extract from a letter written by a pious lawyer 8p.; n.p., n.d.
S154 Edwards, John Ellis. The Wounded Soldier. 8p.; 186-
S155 A few prayerful words for the soldier 4p.; 186-
S156 Hall, Newman. Come to Jesus 32p.; 186-
S156a He Was Found Dead in His Bed; 186-
S157 The precious Blood of Christ; or How a Soldier was Saved 4p.; 186-
S158 Schaff, Philip. Slavery and the Bible, a Tract for the Times 32p.; 1861
S159 Smith, Thompson L. The Good Soldier16p.; 186-
S160 The Two Friends or, the Bible in the camp 12p.; 186-
S161 Whipple, H.B. An appeal to reform the present Indian System 11p.; 1863
S162 Douglas Monument Association. Organization, Constitution, and By-Laws of the Douglas Monument Association, together with an appeal to the public 19p.; 1862
S163 Refugee Relief Commission of Ohio, First Semi-Annual Report of the Refugee Relief Commission of Ohio, 14p.; November 1864
S164 Report by the Committee of the Contraband's Relief Commission of Cincinnati, Ohio 16p.; 1863
S165 Southern Aid Society. Seventh Annual Report of the S.A.S. presented b the Executive Committee 48p.; November 25, 1860
S166 King, Thomas Starr. Oration delivered before the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of California, 1p.; May 1863
S167 Sons of Oneida, Reception of the Oneida Volunteers at the City of New York, 10p.; June 1861

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Series II: Harwell Numbers; 1860-1865

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3 H128 Order of the Clerk. Photocopy.; January 9, 1865
H133 Committee on Naval Affairs. Report on Promotions in the Navy (torn after flood); 1862
H147 Circular. Appeal to Farmers to Furnish Supplies to Army of Northern Virginia (2 copies-positive and negative); January 12, 1865
H148 Army of Northern Virginia. General Orders. Nos 21; May 27, 1861
H169 Army of the Peninsula. Head Quarters. Congratulations on Reenlistment 1p.; March 4, 1862
H222 Nos. 6, 9, 12, 19, 28, 29; n.d.
H232 Morgan's Cavalry Division. Brigade Orders; August 22, 1862
H233 General Orders; August 4, 1862
H366 Confederate States of America, War Department. Circular 1p. (photocopy - damaged); June 26, 1864
H806 South Carolina Governor (F.W. Pickens) Circular letter calling for concerted action (copy 1 of 3 only); 1862
H826 General and Special Laws of the Called Session Tenth Legislature of the State of Texas; 1864
H931 Virginia. Adjutant General. Special Orders (copy); 1863
H937 Virginia Militia Orders. Companies A and B 160th Regiment (photocopy); June 28th, 1861
H939 Virginia Secretary of the Commonwealth. Circular. p.1 only (photocopy); Nov. 27, 1862
H967 Davidson, R.O. The Artisans. Circular (photocopy); n.p. 186?
H68 Defense of our Capital! Request for enrollment in 2nd class militia (photocopy); 186?
H985 Longstreet, James. Notice to Soldiers of Army before Richmond. 1p. (photocopy); June 17, 1862
H1078 Opelika, Alabama in Nomination for the Capitol (photocopy); 1861
H1089 Smith, James H. Regarding Relocation of the Capital of the C.S.A. (photocopy); May 23, 1861
H1147 Richmond Typographical Society. Constitution and By-Laws, with Amendments. 32p. (photocopy); Jan. 18, 1862
H1149 Smith, J.P. Reward for Missing Bay Mare (photocopy); October 16, 1862
H1225 Cooke, John Esten. The Song of the Rebel. "Jackson's Up"--Camp Talk. 3 cols. (photocopy); December 1, 1863
H1432 Boyce, James P. A Brief Catechism; 1864

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Series III: Crandall Numbers; 1855-1867

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3 C15 Confederate States of America, Provisional Congress, Acts and Resolutions of the First Session; 1861
C16 Confederate States of America, Provisional Congress, Acts and Resolutions of the Second Session; 1861
C17 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Acts and Resolutions. Third Session of the Provisional Congress; 1861
C18 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Acts and Resolutions, 4th Session, Provisional Congress; 1862
C19 The Statutes at Large; 1864
C20 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Statutes at Large. First Session. (defective: pp.49-56 omitted pp. [1]-16 repeated); 1862
C21 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Statutes at Large. Second Session; 1862
C22 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Statutes at Large. 3rd Session; 1863
C23 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Statutes at Large. First Congress, 4th Session; 1863-1864
C24 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Statutes at Large. Second Congress, 1st Session; 1864
C29 Compilation of the Tariff Act of the Confederate States of America; May 21, 1861
C31 A Digest of the Military and Naval Laws of the Confederate States; 1864
C33 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Laws for the Army and Navy; 1861
C41 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Tarriff; 1861
C42 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Act Recognizing the Existence of War between U.S. and Confederacy; May 6, 1861
C52 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Act to Further provide for the Public Defense; 1862
C60 Confederate States of America. Laws, statutes, etc. An Act to Organize Forces to Serve During the War; 1864
C66 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. An Act to Amend the Tax Laws; 1864
C71 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. An Act to Diminish the Number of Exemptions and Details...; 1865
C72 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. An Act Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to Borrow Specie to be Applied to the Redemption and Reduction of the Currency; 1865
C73 Confederate States of America. Congress Address; 1864
C87 Confederate States of America. Congress. Joint Select Committee to Investigate the Condition and Treatment of Prisoners of War; 1865
C89 Confederate States of America. Congress. Joint select committee to investigate the management of the Navy Dept.; 1864
C90 Report of Evidence taken before a Joint Special Committee of both houses of the Confederate Congress to investigate the affairs of the Navy Dept.; 1862-1863
C102 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes. [Secret][Senate bill no.11] A bill entitled "An Act to provide for the further issue of treasury notes and for other purposes"; 1863
C110 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Senate, no.13] A Bill to be entitled "An Act in Relation to the Public Printing"; 1863
C130 Wise, Henry Alexander. Letter from Gen. Wise. Headquarters 6th Military District, Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida to Hon. Jas. Lyons, John R. Chambliss and other of the Virginia Delegation in Congress; January 3, 1864
C161 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Senate Bill no.51] A Bill to provide supplies for the army and to prescribe the mode of making impressments; 1864
C167 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Senate Bill no.109] An Act to amend an act entitled "An Act to Increase the efficiency of the Army by employing free Negroes and slaves in certain capacities"; February 17, 1864
C168 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes etc. [Senate Bill no.84] A bill to construe and declare more explicitly the meaning of "An act to increase the compensation of the heads of the several executive departments, and the assistant Secretary of War and the Treasury, and of the assistant Attorney General, and the Comptroller of the Treasury, and other officers therein named"; June 14, 1864
C169 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Senate Bill, no.92] A bill to exempt the cargoes of vessels owned by the States of the Confederacy from existing restrictions upon exports and imports; 1864
C173 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Senate Bill no.119--secret] A bill to suspend the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus in certain cases; 1864
C176 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Senate bill no.129] A Bill to provide for the employment of free negroes and slaves to work upon fortifications and perform other labor connected with the defense of the country; 1864
C180 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Amendment to Senate Bill (129) to provide for the employment of free negroes and slaves to work upon fortifications, and to perform other labor connected with the defense of the country; 1864
C191 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Senate Engrossed Bill, No. 121] A bill declaring the mode of ascertaining the value of the title deliverable to the government under the true construction of existing laws; 1865?
C196 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Secret][Senate No. 157] A bill to provide for the appointment of a directing general of the armies of the Confederate States; 1865
C203 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Amendment proposed by the Committee on Finance to the bill (H.R.229) to provide more effectually for the reduction and redemption; 1865
C204 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Resolution of the Legislature of the State of North Carolina in relation to the pay of disabled soldiers; 1865
C206 Confederate States of America. Congress, Senate. Resolutions Passed at a Meeting of the Fourteenth Regiment of Virginia Infantry; 1865
C219 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Senate, No.192] A Bill to Amend the Act entitled "An act to organize forces to serve during the war"; February 17, 1864
C222 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. Resolution passed by the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, in relation to the Confederate State impressment laws; 1865
C230 Confederate States of America. Congress Senate rules; 1864
C235 [Senate Report No.9] Report of the committee on finance on the bill (H.R.18) to lay taxes for the common defense and carry on the government of the Confederate States 14p.; 1863
C236 Confederate States of America. Congress. Committee on Finance. [No.18--secret] Report of the Committee on Finance onn the bill(H.R.) to tax, fund, and limit the currency; 1864
C237 Senate. Report of the minority of the committee on finance on the bill (H.R.379) (photocopy); 1865
C248 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [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, facilitate the conviction of offenders, under existing or future laws"; 1865
C252 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. A Bill to be Entitled "An Act to Amend the Existing acts for the exemption of persons from military service"; 1862
C265 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [House No.4] A Bill to regulate the navigation of the Confederate States and to establish direct trade with foreign nations; 1862
C274 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [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"; 1862
C277 C.S.A. House of Representatives House Bill No.5 to be entitled "An act making Confederate Notes legal tender..."; 1862
C278 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [House] Amendment; 1863?
C280 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [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; 1863
C281 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [House No. 24] Resolutions endorsing the recent proclamation and order of the President on the subject of retaliation; 1863
C282 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [House, no. 25] Joint Resolutions on the Pending War, and matters appertaining thereto; 1863
C283 Confederate States of America. Laws, statutes, etc. [House Bill No.8] A bill to be entitled "An act to amend under military necessity and to provide for the indemnity thereof"; March 17, 1862
C284 C.S.A. House of Representatives. House bill no.4 to be entitled "An act to prohibit quartermasters and others from speculating"; 1863
C285 Confederate States of America. Laws, statutes, etc. [House Bill, no.2] A bill to be entitled "An act to declare what persons shall be exempt from military service"; 1863
C286 Confederate States of America. Laws, statutes, etc. Resolutions respecting the present war, and the causes leading thereto; 1863
C287 House. Amendments to a bill to be entitled: An act to declare what persons shall be exempt... (photocopy); 1863
C288 Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [House Bill, no.12] A bill to be entitled "An act to increase and strengthen the army of the Confederate States"; 1863
C289 Confederate States of America. Laws, statutes, etc. [House Bill, No.8] A bill continuing to pay all discharged soldiers by reason of wounds and injuries received in the service; 1863
C296 Confederate States of America. Laws, statutes, etc. [House Bill No.21] A bill to be entitled "An act to provide an expert 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; 1863
C298 Confederate States of America. Laws, statutes, etc. [House Bill No.8] Preamble and resolutions on the subject of taxes; 1863
C302 Confederate States of America. Laws, statutes, etc. A Bill to exempt certain persons from military duty, and to repeal the acts heretofore passed by Congress on the same subject; 1863
C304 Confederate States of America. Laws, statutes, etc. Mr. Foster's amendment to bill to fund the currency; 1863
C305 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. [House No. ] A bill to be entitled "An act in relation to substitutes in the Army"; 1863
C308 C.S.A. House of Representatives Mr. Garnett's Amendment; Feb. 20, 1863
C309 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. [House bill no. ] A bill regulating the granting furloughs and discharges in hospitals; 1863
C313 [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" (photocopy) 24p.; Feb. 25, 1863
C314 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. [House bill no. ] A bill to be entitled "An act to provide certain regulations for holding elections for representatives in the Congress of the Confederate States."; 1863
C315 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. A bill to be entitled "An act to provide for holding elections for representatives in the Congress of the C.S.A., in states occupied by the forces of the enemy."; 1863
C316 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. Amendment proposed by Mr. Kenner, from Committee on Ways and Means, to bill "to lay taxes for the common defense, and carry on the government of the C.S.A."; 1863
C318 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. A bill to establish a nitre and mining bureau; 1863
C319 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. Communication of Tochman, touching his memorial now before Congress; 1863
C320 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. [House No. 1] Joint resolutions on the subject of the war, and in regard to the free navigation of the Mississippi River; 1863
C321 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. [House Bill no.27] An act to provide for the payment of officers acting under temporary appointment from the Commander of any department, corps, division, or brigade; 1863
C322 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. [House bill, no.1] An act to provide for keeping in repair the railroads of the Confederate States necessary for the transportation of troops and government supplies; 1863
C323 C.S.A. Laws, statutes etc. An act to provide for holding elections for representatives in the Congress of the C.S. in states occupied by the forces of the enemy; 1863
C324 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. [House bill no.6] A bill to regulate furloughs and discharges to soldiers in hospitals; 1863
C325 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. 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; 1863
C329 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. An act to prevent trading with the enemy or with persons resident in the United States; 1863
C334 C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. [House of Representatives] a bill to raise a tax for the support of the government; 1863
C336 C.S.A. [House of representatives No.23] An act to permit the funding of certain Treasury notes not now fundable; 1863
C339 C.S.A. [House of Representatives No.9] Resolution of finance; 1863
C340 C.S.A. [House bill no.31] An act to amend an act entitled "an act to provide for the funding and further issue of treasury notes" approved March 23, 1863; 1863
C342 C.S.A. [House bill no.15] An act to raise a revenue by direct taxation; 1863
C346 C.S.A. [house bill no.11] An act to amend an act entitled "An act to prevent fraud in the quartermasters and commissary's departments and the obtaining under false pretense transportation for private property" approved May 1, 1863; 1863
C347 C.S.A. a bill continuing in pay all discharged soldiers by reason of wounds and injuries received in service; 1863
C348 C.S.A. An act to amend the law in relation to substitutes; 1863
C349 C.S.A. [House No.7] Resolution directory to the select committee on finance; 1863
C350 C.S.A. [House no.3] Suggestions for financial relief; 1863
C351 C.S.A. [House bill no.3] A bill to prohibit dealing in the paper currency of the enemy; 1863
C352 C.S.A. [house no.4] A bill to prevent trading with the enemy; 1863
C354 C.S.A. an act to allow commissioned officers of the army rations and the privilege of purchasing clothing from the quartermaster's department; 1863
C355 C.S.A. An act to grant a special copyright to W.J. Hardee and S.H. Gretzel for Hardee's Rifle and Infantry Tactics; 1863
C356 C.S.A. An act to establish a Bureau of Foreign Supplies; 1863
C358 C.S.A. Joint resolution for the relief of Major W.F.Haines; 1863
C360 C.S.A. An act to provide for wounded and disabled officers and soldiers an asylum to be called "The Veteran Soldiers Home"; 1863
C362 C.S.A. A bill to provide for the reduction of the currency; 1863
C363 [House of Representatives-Secret Session] An act to levy additional taxes.. 6p. (photocopy); 1863
C366 C.S.A. [House of Representatives-Secret Session] An act to tax, fund, and limit the currency; 1863
C368 C.S.A. An act repealing existing, and regulating future, exemptions from military service; 1864
C370 C.S.A. [secret] Amendment by Mr. Swan.; Jan. 5, 1864
C371 C.S.A. An act to increase the efficiency of the Army... Negroes.; 1864
C374 C.S.A. [Secret Session] A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to lay taxes for the common defence and carry on the government of the C.S." approved April 24, 1863; 1864
C375 C.S.A. An act to increase the effective force of the "Provisionl Army of the Confederate States"; 1864
C376 C.S.A. An act to provide additional compensation for the soldiers of the army of the C.S. and the families of those who die in service; 1864
C378 C.S.A. An act to make additional appropriations for the support of the government of the Confederate States of America, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1864; 1864
C379 C.S.A. [secret session] Finance proposition in lieu of first six sections of committee bill insert; 1864
C380 C.S.A. House of Representatives [Secret] Resolutions of Instructions; Jan. 9, 1864
C382 C.S.A. Resolutions expressive of the determination of Georgia to prosecute the present war with the utmost vigor and energy; 1864
C384 C.S.A. House of Representatives Mr. Chilton's Amendments; Jan. 12, 1864
C385 C.S.A. Proposition of finance; 1864
C386 C.S.A. Substitute of Mr. Boteler for Mr. Wolcox's bill. An act to provide for the payment of horses killed, captured, lost or permanently disabled in the C.S. service; 1864
C388 C.S.A. [Secret session] A bill to regulate the currency; 1864
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4 C389 C.S.A. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on Deceased Soldiers' Claims. Gen. Tochman's Case; 1864
C390 C.S.A. An act to provide payment for slaves impressed under state laws, and lost in the public service; 1864
C391 C.S.A. House An act to suppress abuses in the Quartermaster and Commissary Departments...; 1864
C393 C.S.A. House an act extending the privilege of purchasing clothing at government cost, to all persons in its employment, who have been discharged for [sic] the army on account of wounds received or disease contracted whilst in the service; 1864
C398 C.S.A. An act to authorize the impressment of meat for the use of the army, under certain circumstances; 1864
C400 C.S.A. An act amendatory of an act entitled "An act to put an end to the exemption from military service of those who have heretofore furnished substitutes" approved Jan 5 1864; 1864
C401 C.S.A. An act supplemental to the several acts relating to military courts; 1864
C406 C.S.A. [Resolutions transmitted] to the Hon. Speaker of the House, Decatur, Georgia, Jan. 27, 1864.; 1864
C412 C.S.A. A bill supplemental to the several acts in relation to public printing; 1864
C413 C.S.A. Joint resolutions in reference to the treatment of colored troops 4p.; Feb. 15, 1864
C414 C.S.A. Congress. House of Representative. A bill to amend "An act to lay additional taxes"; 1864
C415 House bill no.9 A bill to organize a corps of scouts and signal guards; 1864
C416 C.S.A. A bill to amend an act to allow commissioned officers of the army rations...; 1864
C417 C.S.A. Joint resolutions of the legislature of Louisiana...; 1864
C418 [House bill no.25] An act to establish a bureau of foreign supplies...; 1864
C419 C.S.A. An act to provide a fund... for the relief of disabled soldiers and seamen; 1864
C421 C.S.A. Joint resolutions of the State of Texas; 1864
C422 C.S.A. An act to establish the court for the investigation of claims...; 1864
C423 C.S.A. An act to amend an act to regulate impeachments; 1864
C424 C.S.A. An act to amend an act to increase the efficiency of the army; 1864
C426 [House bill no.11] A bill to provide for the settlement of claims for the property...; 1864
C427 [House bill no.28] An act to establish a Bureau of Foreign Supplies... 6p.; 1864
C428 C.S.A. An act to provide for the appointment of commissioned; 1864
C429 C.S.A. Resolutions of the Legislature of the State of Mississippi... [on suspension of] the writ of habeas corpus; 1864
C430 C.S.A. [House no.102] An act to provide for the sage custody, printing, publication, and distribution of the laws, and to provide for the appointment of an additional clerk in the Department of Justice.; 1864
C435 C.S.A. [House bill no.93] An act for organization of the Bureau of Conscription and the appointment of officers in said Bureau; 1864
C437 C.S.A. [House bill no.121] An act to provide for the settlement of certain matters of account growing out of purchases of property; 1864
C439 C.S.A. [House Bill no.123] An act making appropriations for the support of the government of the C.S.A. from July 1 to December 31, 1864 and to supply a deficiency; 1864
C440 C.S.A. [House Bill no.124] An act making appropriations for the postal service of the C.S.A. for the year 1862 and 1863; 1864
C441 Joint Resolution requiring the Settlement of the Accounts of the Post-Office Dept. prior to the first day of July 1863; 1863
C442 Preamble and resolution [suggesting the removal of the present Secretary of the Treasury; 1864
C443 C.S.A. Resolutions declaring the supremacy of the civil over the military law; 1864
C444 C.S.A. [House bill no.135] An act to provide for the settlement of claims against the C.S.A., for property lost, captured, or destroyed while in the military service of the C.S.A., or which has been taken or impressed for their use; 1864
C450 Mr. Simpson's amendment to impressment bill, to provide for furnishing domestic supplies to the government; 1864
C451 C.S.A. [House bill no.176] An act to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions, and regiments; 1864
C454 C.S.A. [House bill no.203] An act to protect the C.S.A. against frauds and to provide remedies against officers and employees of the government committing them; 1864
C455 C.S.A. [House bill no.214] An act to define and punish conspiracy against the C.S.A.; 1864
C458 C.S.A. [House bill no.230] An act to amend an act to provide revenue from commodities imported from foreign countries; May 21, 1864
C459 C.S.A. [House bill no.231] An act to exempt from taxation loans made on hypothecation of non-taxable bonds; 1864
C460 C.S.A. [House bill no.232] An act to exempt from taxation the capital of bonds and certificates issued by the C.S.A.; 1864
C461 C.S.A. [House bill no.233] An act to consolidate and amend the laws relative to impressments; 1864
C462 C.S.A. [House bill no. 239] An act to organize the Supreme Court; 1864
C463 C.S.A. [House bill no.240-Secret] A bill to provide for the establishment of a Bureau of Special and Secret Service; 1864
C467 C.S.A. [House bill no.267-Secret] A bill to suspend the privilege of writ of Habeas Corpus... for a limited time; 1864
C469 C.S.A. Amendment to the bill to provide more effectually for the reduction and redemption of currency; 1864
C471 C.S.A. [House Bill no.274] A bill to increase the pay of marines to that received by the infantry of the army; 1864
C472 C.S.A. [House bill no.275] A bill to authorize the employment of instructors for the acting midshipman of the navy, and to regulate their rank and pay; 1864
C473 C.S.A. [House bill no.276] A bill making an appropriation to erect additional quarters for acting midshipmen at Dreury's Bluff; 1864
C474 C.S.A. [House of Representatives, no.277] A bill making an appropriation for the removal of the naval ropewalk and erection of the same; 1864
C475 C.S.A. [House bill no.278] A bill to increase the number of acting midshipmen in the navy, and to prescribe the manner of appointment; 1864
C476 C.S.A. [House bill no.279] A bill to provide for the transfer of certain mechanics, artizans, and other persons, from the army to the navy; 1864
C477 C.S.A. [House bill no.280] An act to impose a duty on tobacco and an additional duty on cotton exported from the C.S.A.; 1864
C478 C.S.A. Amendment to the bill to provide more effectually for the reduction and redemption of the currency; 1864
C479 C.S.A. Substitute for the bill [H.R.229] to provide more effectually for the reduction and redemption of the currency; 1864
C480 C.S.A. A resolution tendering negotiations for peace and a mitigation of the horrors of the war; 1864
C481 C.S.A. A resolution upon the subject of peace; 1864
C482 C.S.A. Resolutions relating to the war and negotiations for peace; 1864
C483 C.S.A. Amendment to bill to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments; 1864
C484 C.S.A. Amendment to the bill to be entitled "An Act to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments"; 1864
C485 C.S.A. A resolution [relating to overtures of peace]; 1864
C486 C.S.A. An act more effectually to provide for the reduction and redemption of the currency; 1864
C487 C.S.A. [House bill no.285] An act to lay a tax for revenue to provide for the common defence and carrying on the government of the C.S.A.; 1864
C488 C.S.A. [House bill no.286] 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; 1864
C489 C.S.A. [House bill no.287] An act to authorize the 2nd 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 defences and the support of her army previous to its transfer to the Confederate government; 1864
C490 C.S.A. An act to provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining the militia of the C.S.A. and for governing such part of them as may be employed in the service of the C.S.A. and for calling them forth to execute the laws of the C.S.A., suppress insurrections and repel invasions; 1864
C493 C.S.A. [House bill no.303] An act for the further organization of the field artillery of the C.S.A.; 1864
C494 C.S.A. [House bill no.307] An act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to borrow specie, to be applied to the redemption and reduction of the currency; 1864
C495 C.S.A. Amendments to the bill to be entitled "An act to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments"; 1864
C496 [House bil no.311] A bill to provide additional clothing and privileges to troops in the field; 1864
C497 C.S.A. Substitute for the bill [H.R.203]to protect the C.S.A. against frauds; 1864
C498 C.S.A. 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; 1865
C499 C.S.A. Amendment to Section 3rd of the bill to be entitled "An act to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments"; 1865
C500 C.S.A. A bill to increase the efficiency of the cavalry of the C.S.A.; 1865
C501 [House bill no.319] A bill more effectually to prevent and punish absenteeism and desertion in the army; 1865
C502 C.S.A. [House bill no.320] A bill to change the mode of filling vacancies among commissioned officers of companies, battalions and regiments; 1865
C505 C.S.A. [House bill no.288] An act authorizing the promotion of officers, non-commissioned officers and privates, for distinguished valor and skill or for peculiar competency and general merit; 1865
C506 C.S.A. [House bill no.322] An act repealing certain abatements from the property tax and income tax, and amending the said tax laws; 1865
C507 C.S.A. [House bill no.323] An act to provide payment for horses killed or lost in the service of the C.S.A.; XXX
C508 C.S.A. [House bill no.304] A bill to increase the efficiency of the cavalry of the C.S.A.; 1865
C509 C.S.A. An act to provide for the more efficient execution of conscription, and for the arrest of deserters and absentees from the armies; 1865
C511 C.S.A. [House bill no.326] An act to regulate the business of conscription; 1865
C512 C.S.A. Joint resolution of confidence in and thanks to President Jefferson Davis [by the Senate and House of the State of Florida]; 1865
C513 C.S.A. Resolutions [in relation to peace and independence]; XXX
C515 C.S.A. [House bill no.183] An act to consolidate the public debt; 1865
C516 C.S.A. [House bill no.184] An act to provide means to carry on the war; 1865
C517 C.S.A. [House bill no.337-Secret] An act to levy additional taxes for the year 1865, for the support of the government; 1865
C518 C.S.A. Resolutions of the State of Texas; 1865
C519 C.S.A. [House bill no.338] ... to levy and collect taxes for the year 1865 (2 copies); 1865
C520 C.S.A. [House bill no.342] An act providing for the auditing and payment of properly authenticated claims; 1865
C522 C.S.A. [House bill no.344] An act to provide for auditing and paying for horses and equipments taken from dismounted cavalrymen for the use of the government; 1865
C523 [House bill no.349] A bill to amend an act to organize forces to serve during the war; 1865
C524 C.S.A. (Secret) Resolution concerning additional taxes for the year 1865; XXX
C526 C.S.A. Amendments proposed by Mr. Baldwin to the impressment...; 1865
C527 [House bill no.361] A bill to provide for the establishment of a Bureau for Special and Secret Service; 1865
C528 C.S.A. [House bill no.362-Secret] An act to provide means to carry on the war; 1865
C529 C.S.A. Resolutions adapted by the officers and men of the 57th Virginia Regiment; 1865
C530 C.S.A. Resolutions passed at a meeting of the Ninth Virginia Infantry; 1865
C532 C.S.A. Resolution concerning taxes; February 2, 1865
C535 C.S.A. Resolutions adopted by Bratton's Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers; January 30, 1865
C536 C.S.A. Resolutions adopted by Company "H", "I" and "K" Thirteenth Virginia Infantry; January 28, 1865
C537 C.S.A. Resolutions adopted by Humphrey's Mississippi Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia; February 3, 1865
C538 C.S.A. Resolutions adopted by McGowan's Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers; 1865
C540 C.S.A. [House bill no.367] An act to increase the military force of the C.S.A.; 1865
C541 C.S.A. Amendment to the Negro Soldier Bill; 1865
C542 C.S.A. [House bill no.370-Secret] An act to organize forces to serve during the war; 1865
C543 C.S.A. A bill making appropriations to supply a deficiency in the appropriation for the Department of Justice fr the half year ending December 31, 1864; 1865
C544 C.S.A. Resolutions adopted by a meeting of the people of Powhatan, held in the courthouse on February court day, 1865; 1865
C545 C.S.A. [House bill no.378] A bill to provide for the immediate payment of arrears dur to the army and navy; 1865
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1865 C547 C.S.A. Joint resolutions expressing the sense of Congress on the subject of the late peace commission; 1865
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4 C548 C.S.A. A bill to increase the efficiency of the cavalry of the C.S.A.; 1865
C550 C.S.A. [House bill no.386] A bill making further regulations for the taxation of banks and bank notes, and for the confiscation of such notes held by alien enemies; 1865
C551 C.S.A. [House bill no.391] A bill to provide means to pay the army and navy, and carry on the war; 1865
C553 C.S.A. [House bill no.341]... requiring suit... against persons connected with the cotton bureau and cotton office in Texas; 1865
C555 C.S.A. Resolution in favor of private, non-commissioned officers of the line; 1865
C557 C.S.A. Amendment proposed to the bill [H.R.379]; 1865
C562 C.S.A. Calendar; January 9, 1865
C564 C.S.A. Directory of the House of Representatives; 1864?
C569 C.S.A. Rules for the House of Representatives of the C.S.A. 18p.; 1862
C570 C.S.A. House Committee on Claims Report... Mary Clark; 1863
C574 C.S.A. House Committee on Deceased Soldiers' Claims report; 1864
C577 C.S.A. House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Majority report; 1862
C578 C.S.A. House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Minority report... presented by Mr. Smith of Alabama; 1862
C583 C.S.A. House Committee on Quartermaster and Commissary Departments. Report of Committee... on case of Major Frank G. Ruffin; 1863
C586 C.S.A. House Committee on Rules report; 1865
C591 C.S.A. House Committee of Ways and Means. Minority report on the tax bill 4p. (photocopy); May 23, 1864
C.S.A. Evidence before House Committee, treatment of prisoners at Castle Thunder 58p. XXX; 1863
C593 C.S.A. House report of Hospital Committee; 1862
C597 C.S.A. House Select Committee on Increase of Military Force... Mr. Rogers' minority report; 1865
C598 C.S.A. House Special Committee on the Charge of Corruption made in the Richmond Examiner, Jan. 7 1864 report; 1864
C599 C.S.A. House Special Committee on the Currency. Minority Report; December 30, 1863
C600 C.S.A. House Special Committee on the Pay and Clothing of the Army report; 1865
C601 C.S.A. House Special Committee on the Payment of Claims report; 1864
C602 C.S.A. House Special Committee on the Recent Military Disasters. Report; 1862
C607 C.S.A. President Davis Inaugural Address 8p. (Orig. and photocopy); February 18, 1861
C609 C.S.A. President Special... to the Congress, with accompanying documents; 1861
C612 C.S.A. President's message; November 18, 1861
C617 C.S.A. Message to the President of the Congress, transmitting communications from all the departments, except the War Department; 1862
C618 C.S.A. Message of the President.; 1862
C622 C.S.A. President Message; January 12, 1863
C624 C.S.A. Message of the President transmitting a copy of an act of the Legislature of South Carolina, offering a guaranty [sic] by that state of the bonds of the C.S.A.; 1863
C626 C.S.A. President Message; April 16, 1863
C627 President's Message; December 7, 1863
C628 C.S.A. Veto Message to the House; February 11, 1864
C629 C.S.A. President's Message; May 2, 1864
C631 C.S.A. President's Message; May 28. 1864
C632 C.S.A. President's Message; May 30, 1864
C633 C.S.A. President's Message; November 7, 1864
C635 C.S.A. Message of the President transmitting a communication from Hon. Howell Coff, former President of the Provisional Congress, relative to the preparation of copies of the journals of that body, and proceedings of the Convention; 1865
C637 C.S.A. Message of the President [submitting the report of the commissioners to confer with the President of the United States with a view to the restoration of peace; 1865
C643 C.S.A. Army General Orders no.1; March 20, 1862
C660 C.S.A. Army of Northern Virginia General Orders no.32; April 19, 1864
C664 Army of Northern Virginia, General Orders, Cavalry Division no.9; 1863
C665 Special Orders no.6 (photocopy); 1865
C669 C.S.A. Army Dept. of Northern Virginia Resolutions of the Texas Brigade; 1865
C676 General Orders Headquarters Wheelers Cavalry Corps (photocopy) no.4; 1864
C678 C.S.A. Army Dept. of Tennessee. Memorial [concerning the retention and procurement of troops] to the Congress of the Confederate States; 1863
C691 Soldiers! You are again about to encounter... (photocopy); 1861
C696 A proclamation to the good people of the counties of Alexandria... Broadside (photocopy); 1861
C697 C.S.A. Army Dept. of the Valley. Forsberg's Brigade. Resolutions of Forsberg's Brigade, Wharton's Division; 1865
C749 To the people of Western Virginia, Broadside; September 14, 1862
C766 Special Order [Tahlequah] (photocopy); 1862
C774 Headquarters, Dist. of Texas, General orders no.4; January 30, 1865
C791 To the militia of the parishes... (photocopy); 1862?
C798 General Orders. Headquarters Trans-Miss. Dept. [Shreveport, 1864] no.91 broadside; 1864
C808 General Orders no.44 (photocopy)(lacking no.38); May 19, 1862
C816 C.S.A. Bureau of Public Printing. Report of the Superintendent of Public Printing; 1864
C824 C.S.A. Dept. of Justice. Report of the Attorney General...; February 26, 1862
C826 C.S.A. Dept. of Justice. Communication; March 13, 1863
C827 C.S.A. Dept. of Justice. Communication from Attorney General; December 15, 1863
C828 C.S.A. Dept. of Justice Communication from Attorney General; January 9, 1864
C833 C.S.A. Dept of Justice. Report of the Attorney General; January 1, 1863
C834 C.S.A. Dept. of Justice. Report of the Attorney General; November 18, 1863
C835 C.S.A. Dept. of Justice. Report of the Attorney General; April 25, 1864
C836 C.S.A. Dept. of Justice. Report of the Attorney General; 1864
C837 C.S.A. Dept of Justice. Report of Vessels sunk and burnt in the Pamukey River, by Captain Chas. S. Carrington, A.Q.M., under the orders of General Joseph E. Johnston and others; 1863
C838 C.S.A. Dept. of State. Communication from the Secretary of State [in answer to the inquiry whether any state of the United States has, directly or indirectly, intimated a desire or willingness to make overtures of peace]; November 18, 1864
C839 Correspondence of the Department of State, in relation to the British Consul's residence; 1863
C848 C.S.A. District Courts. Virginia. Decisions of Hon. James D. Halyburton, Judge of the C.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in the cases of John B. Lane and John H. Leftwich, in relation to their exemption as mail contractors from the performance of military service; 1864
C850 C.S.A. District Courts. South Carolina. Sequestration Cases; 1861
C861 C.S.A. Navy Dept. Communication from Secretary of the Navy; March 9, 1863
C862 C.S.A. Navy Dept. Communication from the Secretary of the Navy; December 21, 1864
C863 C.S.A. Navy Dept. Communication from the Secretary of the Navy; January 4, 1865
C864 C.S.A. Navy Dept. Communication of Secretary of the Navy; January 31, 1864
C865 C.S.A. Navy Dept. Communication from Secretary of the Navy; February 15, 1865
C874 C.S.A. Navy Dept. Letter of Secretary of Navy; April 7, 1862
C877 C.S.A. Navy Dept. Letter of Secretary of the Navy (Navy Register); September 8, 1862
C881 Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Navy of the C.S.A. 14p.; 1863
C882 C.S.A. Navy Dept. Register; 1864
C888 C.S.A. Navy Dept. Report of the Secretary of the Navy. 96p. (pp.53-96 missing); January 1, 1864
C896 C.S.A. Patent Office. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents; January 26, 1865
C897 C.S.A. Patent Office. Report of the Commissioner of Patents; January 1862
C898 C.S.A. Patent Office Report; 1863
C899 Report of the Commissioner of Patents; 1864
C917 C.S.A. Post-Office Dept. Report of the Postmaster General to the President; April 29, 1861
C920 C.S.A. Post Office Dept. Communication from the Postmaster General; September 29, 1862
C922 C.S.A. Post Office Dept. Report... telegraph companies; October 13, 1862
C923 C.S.A. Post Office Dept. Report of the Postmaster General; December 7, 1863
C924 C.S.A. Post Office Dept. Report of the Postmaster General; May 2, 1864
C925 C.S.A. Post Office Dept. Report of the Postmaster General; November 7, 1864
C935 C.S.A. War Dept. Medical Director's Office. Circular (Broadside) 1p.; November 26, 1862
C1034 Duties of the Chief Matron (photocopy); 186-
C1035 Duties of the Ward Master (photocopy); 186-
C1044 Hospital Regulations; July 1, 1863
C1057 A Manual of Military Surgery; 1863
C1057c.2 A Manual of Military Surgery (extensive fire damage-Saved from the Great Fire of Richmond, Va. 1865); 1863
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5 C1060 Regulations for the Medical Department of the Confederate States Army; 1861
C1061 Regulations for the Medical Department of the C.S. Army; 1862
C1065 C.S.A. Surgeon-General's Office. Standard Supply Table of the Indigenous Remedies for Field Service and the Sick in General Hospitals; 1863
C1066 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Abstract of Drafts of Members of the C.S. House of Representatives, paid by E.D. Elmore, Treasurer C.S., during the recess of Congress, after April 18th, 1863, under authority of Act of April 16th, 1862; 1863
C1067 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Additional Estimates for the Support of the Government; February 11. 1864
C1080 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Circular [about] an error having occurred in regulations of March 25, 1863 for carrying into effect "An Act to Provide for the Funding and Further Issue of Treasury Notes"; June 27, 1863
C1083 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication accompanying copies of circulars issued in respect to the produce loan; 1862
C1090 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Report claims of deceased soldiers; 1863
C1096 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication from Secretary of Treasury; May 10, 1864
C1091 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication from Secretary of Treasury in reference to the amount of funds paid into the Treasury under the operation of the sequestration act; February 25, 1863
C1098 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication recommending certain changes in the impressment laws; 1864
C1099 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication recommending certain changes in the impressment laws; 1864
C1100 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication from Secretary of the Treasury submitting estimate of appropriation for the purchase of cotton, for the purpose of procuring the means of paying, in coin, the interest on certificate of indebtedness; May 25, 1864
C1101 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication of Secretary of Treasury concerning change of old issue of treasury notes for new; November 23, 1864
C1103 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication of Secretary of Treasury covering estimate for additional appropriation required by the Navy Department; November 28, 1864
C1104 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication from Secretary of Treasury submitting the report of second auditor relative to amount of claims from each of the states paid, or allowed under the act of June 14, 1864; December 7, 1864
C1107 Message of the President; January 5, 1865
C1109 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication of Secretary of Treasury relative to unpaid requisitions upon the Treasury drawn by the quartermaster general and the commissary general; January 5, 1865
C1110 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication from Secretary of Treasury concerning an estimate for an additional appropriation required by the Navy Department; January 28, 1865
C1111 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication from Secretary of Treasury; February 1, 1865
C1112 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication from Secretary of Treasury transmitting an estimate for an additional appropriation required to meet the expenses of the Department of Justice during the six months ending June 30, 1865; February 1, 1865
C1113 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication of Secretary of Treasury transmitting estimate for an additional appropriation required by the Navy Department; February 8, 1865
C1114 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication of Secretary of Treasury covering an estimate for an additional appropriation required by the Department of Justice; February 11, 1865
C1115 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication of Secretary of Treasury; Februray [sic] 20, 1865
C1116 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication from Secretary of Treasury submitting papers in relation to certain instructions issued from this department, to carry into execution the tax laws; February 20, 1865
C1117 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communication of Secretary of the Treasury; February 28th, 1865
C1121 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communications from the Secretary relative to tax in kind for year 1863 18p.; 1864
C1122 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communications from the Secretary and the attorney general in regard to the sequestration of real estate belonging to alien enemies; 1863
C1123 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Communications of Secretary submitting estimates of additional appropriations required for the support of the government; May 2, 1864
C1125 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Documents... Report of the Commissioner of taxes; 1863
C1126 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Estimate of an additional appropriation required...; 1862
C1128 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Estimate of an additional appropriation required for the service of gout...; February 18-April 1, 1862
C1129 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Estimate of an additional appropriation required for the service of the Post Office dept.; 1862
C1130 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Estimate of an Appropriation required for the redemption of such treasury notes... rendered unfit for circulation; 1862
C1132 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Estimates of additional appropriations required for the service of the Navy Dept.; February 18, 1862
C1133 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Estimates of an Appropriation for the purchase of coin; 1862
C1134 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Estimates of Appropriations for the support of the govt. up to the 28th of Feb. 1862, from Feb 28. to Apr. 1, 1862; 1862
C1137 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. The following regulations and instructions for carrying into effect the act of February 17, 1864; 1864
C1140 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Instructions for Collectors of Taxes; 1863
C1141 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Instructions for the agents for collecting subscriptions to the produce loan; 1862
C1145 C.S.A. House Committee of Ways and Means. Letter about tax-in-kind; November 21, 1864
C1147 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Letter to the Commissioners appointed to receive subscriptions to the produce loan...; October 15, 1861
C1149 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Letter of the Secretary submitting the report of the auditor; 1862
C1150 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Letter of the Secretary enclosing an estimate of the amount required for the telegraphic service, to June 30th, 1863; January 12, 1863
C1151 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Letter of the Secretary covering estimates of sums needed for the public service among the Indian tribes; December 10, 1863
C1152 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Letter of Secretary showing the additional amount necessary to meet the estimated expenses of the Department of Justice, for the half year ending June 30, 1865; December 10, 1864
C1153 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Letter of Secretary transmitting statement sowing certain transfers of appropriations required for the service of the Treasury Dept.; December 12, 1864
C1157 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Open letter to the banks concerning the act of Congress to reduce the currency; 1864
C1160 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Regulations as to bonds and certificates of stock...; 1862
C1163 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Regulations established for the disposal at private sale of the six percent non-taxable bonds of the C.S.; 1864
C1165 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Regulations established in relation to the receipt of four percent bonds and certificates offered in payment for taxes; 1864
C1168 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Regulations in relation to the issue of certificates for bonds and registered stock; February 25, 1863
C1172 C.S.A. Treasury dept. Regulations prescribed for the act to prohibit the importation of luxuries; February 6, 1864
C1174 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Regulations to authorize the depositaries of the Treasury to receive balances in the hands of postmasters in the C.S.; March 12, 1864
C1178 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Report of the Secretary to Congress submitting information from the various state governments in regard to the value of the property, the revenue system, and the amount collected during the last fiscal year in each of the Confederate States; 1861
C1184 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Report of the Secretary; May 2, 1864
C1185 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Report of Secretary; May 2, 1864
C1186 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Report of the Secretary; November 7, 1864
C1187 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Report on the condition of government cotton, contiguous to the Mississippi and its tributaries; May 16, 1864
C1188 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Response of the Secretary to the resolution of the Senate of the 5th December 1864, respecting operations under the act to impose regulations upon the foreign commerce of the C.S.; December 12, 1864
C1189 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Revenue depots referred to at page 4 Broadside; n.d.
C1197 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Special report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the subject of the finances; January 9, 1865
C1203 C.S.A Treasury Dept. Tabular statement showing the rates of duty upon merchandise under the tariff act of 1857, of the United States, as amended by the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States of America; 1861
C1205 C.S.A. Treasury Dept. Treasury Circular no.1-14; XXX
C1207 C.S.A. War Dept. Army regulations, adopted for the use of the Army of the C.S.; 1861
C1211 Army Regulations adopted for the use of the Army of the Confederate States; 1861
C1241 Circular... Richmond Broadside (photocopy); 1864
C1254 C.S.A. War Dept. Circular [from] C.S. Central Laboratory; April 30, 1864
C1261 C.S.A. Communication... drunkenness; 1862
C1264 C.S.A. War dept. Communication of the Secretary of War enclosing an estimate of funds required by the Ordnance Bureau; January 27, 1863
C1268 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary of War covering reports from Surgeon General and the Chief of Engineers; February 3, 1863
C1271 C.S.A. War dept. Communication from the Secretary covering an estimate of the amount required for the remuneration of additional clerks in the War Dept.; February 5, 1863
C1274 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary transmitting the report of General John H. Winder, listing the civilians in custody under authority of the War Department, in the city of Richmond; February 14, 1863
C1275 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary enclosing a report from the quartermaster general, with regard to the number of quartermasters on duty in Richmond; February 17, 1863
C1278 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary of War enclosing a list of the civilian prisoners in custody at Salisbury, North Carolina, under military authority; February 27, 1863
C1279 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary transmitting estimate of additional funds required for the service of the Ordnance Bureau, for the period ending 30th June 1863; March 3, 1863
C1280 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary of War transmitting claims for vessels seized for the public use; March 11, 1863
C1284 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary of War relative to the exemption of mail contractors under the act of April 14, 1863; December 14, 1863
C1287 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary covering a list of the officers of artillery in the provisional army, for the performance of ordnance duty, appointed since the 16th day of September, 1862 and the roll of merit reported by the Board of Examiners; December 19, 1863
C1289 Communication of the Secretary of War; January 11, 1864
C1291 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary; January 15, 1864
C1293 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary; January 23, 1864
C1294 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary; January 27, 1864
C1295 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication of the Secretary covering an estimate of an additional sum needed by the Engineer Bureau; January 28, 1864
C1296 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary, stating that the records of his office do not contain any authority to raise troops of conscript age, except in localities where the operation of the conscript law has been suspended; January 28, 1864
C1300 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication of the Secretary of War relative to the delivery of the "tax in kind" at the government depots by the producers; February 4, 1864
C1301 Communication of the Secretary of War; February 11, 1864
C1303 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication of the Secretary conveying information relative to general hospitals in and around Richmond; February 15, 1864
C1304 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary covering a list of those who have been retired from the military service, in accordance with the provision of the act for ridding the army of ignorant, disabled, and incompetent officers; May 26, 1864
C1305 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from the Secretary submitting an estimate for the steamer Phoenix; November 14, 1864
C1306 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary relative to the act of June 14, 1864; November 17, 1864
C1307 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary relative to the special exchange of prisoners of war by the Commissioner of Exchange; November 21, 1864
C1308 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary relative to the recent impressment of clauses in the State of Virginia; November 28, 1864
C1309 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary conveying information relative to the arrangements which have bee made "for the relief of our soldiers who are prisoners of war in the hands of the enemy"; December 3, 1864
C1310 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication of Secretary relative to the appointments under an act approved June 14, 1864; December 3, 1864
C1311 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication of Secretary submitting an estimate of funds needed to meet a deficiency in the appropriation to pay the officers and employees of the department; December 6, 1864
C1312 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary submitting an estimate of funds required to meet our treaty obligations to the Indian Nations for the period ending June 30th, 1865; December 7, 1864
C1313 Communication from the Secretary of War; December 15, 1864
C1314 Communication from the Secretary of War; December 20, 1864
C1315 Communication from the Secretary of War; December 21, 1864
C1317 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication of Secretary of War conveying information relative to the impressment of brandy; January 5, 1865
C1318 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication of Secretary conveying an estimate for an additional appropriation required by the Bureau of Engineers; January 6, 1865
C1319 Communication of the Secretary of War; January 11, 1865
C1321 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication of Secretary covering a list of quartermasters and assistant quartermasters now in service; February 7, 1865
C1322 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary conveying information relative to the number of iron furnaces and forges worked by agents of the governments or by contractors during the year 1864; February 14, 1865
C1323 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary transmitting an estimate for an additional appropriation required by the department; February 15, 1865
C1324 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication from Secretary conveying information relative to the non-destruction of the cotton in the city of Savannah before its evacuation by our military forces; February 18, 1865
C1327 C.S.A. War Dept. Communication of Secretary relative to the number of able-bodied men between the ages of eighteen and forty-five claimed to be exempt from conscription by the Governor, laws and resolutions of the State of Georgia; February 22, 1865
C1330 C.S.A. War Dept. Correspondence between the Secretaries of War and the Treasury on the subject of a deficiency of funds; 1864
C1333 C.S.A. War Dept. Correspondence... defenses of New Orleans 123p.; March 11, 1863
C1340 C.S.A. Ordnance Bureau. Field Manual 149p.; 1862
C1343 General Orders from Adjutant and Inspector-General's office, Confederate Army, from January 1862 to December 1863; 1864
C1344 C.S.A. Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office. General Orders from the Office, Confederate States of America, for the year 1863, with a full index. Compiled and corrected under authority of Gen. S. Cooper, A. and I.G. By H.P. Robinson; 1864
C1345 General Orders from the Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office, Confederate Army, from January 1 to June 30, 1864; 1864
C1348 C.S.A. War Dept. General orders. Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office. No's 1, 100; January 1, December 8, 1862
C1349 C.S.A. War Dept. General orders. Adjutant and Inspector General's Office. Nos. 1-48, 50-127, 129-136, 138-164; January 3, 1863-December 29, 1863
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6 C1350 C.S.A. War Dept. General orders. Adjutant and Inspector-General's office nos. 27, 30, 39, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 67, 73, 82, 83, 87; 1864
C1351 C.S.A. War Dept. General orders. Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11; 1865
C1358 C.S.A. War Dept. Letter from the secretary of war; March 31, 1862
C1362 C.S.A. War Dept. Letter of the secretary of war, enclosing a copy of the official report recently made by Colonel Imboden; 1863
C1363 C.S.A War. Dept. Letter of Secretary of War conveying information relative to the amount of money expended in the payment of the Army of the Trans-Mississippi since the assignment of Gen. E.K.Smith to the command; Dec. 8, 1864
C1372 C.S.A. Army, Department of Tennessee, Official Report, Battle of Chickamauga 234p.; 1864
C1375 Confederate States. Official Reports of Battles. Richmond; 1864
C1379 C.S.A. War Dept. Official report of battles... Vicksburg and Baton Rouge 170p.; 1863
C1383 The Ordinance Manual for the Use of the officers Of the Confederate Army 546p.; 1863
C1387 Bloomfield, B. The Quartermaster's Guide 113p.; 1862
C1390 Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States, 420p.; 1862
C1391 Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States, 420p.; 1862
C1393 Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States, 420p.; 1863
C1396 Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States with a full index ,432p.; 1864
C1397 Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States Revised and enlarged; 1864
C1399 Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States and for the Quartermaster's and Pay Departments 100p.; 1861
C1408 Regulations for the Subsistence Department of the C.S.A. 56p.; 1861
C1409 Regulations for the Subsistence Department of the Confederate States 54p.; 1862
C1411 Quartermaster's Regulations 182p.; 1864
C1412 C.S.A. Ordnance Dept. Regulations; 1861
C1416 Report of Gen. Ripley 42p.; 1864
C1420 C.S.A. Army Dept. of Northern Virginia. Report Operations at Rappahannock Bridge; 1864
C1421 C.S.A. War Dept. Report Battle of Helena; 1864
C1423 C.S.A. Army, Dept. of Mississippi. Report Battle of Baker's Creek; 1864
C1425 C.S.A. War Dept. Report of the Secretary of War; Dec.14, 1861
C1430 C.S.A. War Dept. Report of the Sec. 33p.; Nov.26, 1863
C1431 C.S.A. War Dept. Report of the Sec. 37p.; April 28, 1864
C1432 C.S.A. War Dept. Report of the Sec.; Nov. 3, 1864
C1433 C.S.A. War Dept. Report of Thomas W. Wagner of the sinking of the stone fleet at the entrance of Charleston Harbor; 1862
C1436 C.S.A. War Dept. Response of Sec. to the Resolution of the Senate, adopted Dec. 5th 1864 respecting operations under the act of 6h February 1864; Dec. 10, 1864
C1444 C.S.A. War Dept. Supplemental report of the Sec. of War; March 17, 1862
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7 C1456 Alabama. Acts of the Called Session of the General Assembly of Alabama held in the city of Montgomery; January 1861
C1457 C.S.A. Alabama. General Assembly. Acts of 2nd Called Session 303p.; 1861
C1459 Acts of the Called Session 1862 and of the General Assembly of Alabama (2 copies); October 27, 1862
C1461 Acts of the Called Session of 1863 and of the General Assembly of Alabama; August 17, 1863
C1499 C.S.A. Florida Tallahassee Convention. Journal 112p.; January 3, 1861
C1502 Florida. Proceedings of the Convention of the people of Florida at called sessions, begun and held at the Capital in Tallahassee; February 26, 1861 and April 18, 1861
C1503 Florida. The acts and resolutions adopted by the General Assembly of Florida at its eleventh session, begun and held at the Capital, Tallahassee on November 18, 1861; 1862
C1504 Florida. The acts and resolutions adopted at the 1st session of the 12th General Assembly of Florida, begun and held in Tallahassee; November 17, 1862
C1509 Florida. Senate journal. Journal of the proceedings of the Senate of the General Assembly, of the State of Florida, at the thirteenth session; November 21, 1864
C1510 Journal of the Proceedings of the House of Representatives of the General Assembly of the State of Florida at the 11th Session; November 18, 1861
C1513 Florida. House Journal-13th Session. A journal of proceedings of the House of Representatives of the General Assembly of the State of Florida, at its 13th session; November 21, 1864
C1518 Journal of the Public and Secret Proceedings of the Convention of the People of Georgia held in Milledgeville and Savannah; 1861
C1521 Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia passed in Milledgeville at an Annual Session in November and December 1861; 1862
C1522 Georgia. General Assembly. Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, passed in Milledgeville, at an annual session in November and December, 1862; also extra session of 1863; 1863
C1523 Georgia. General Assembly. Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia passed in Milledgeville, at an annual session in November and December, 1863; also extra session of 1864; 1864
C1524 Georgia. General Assembly. Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, passed in Milledgeville, at an annual session in November, 1864; also extra session of 1865, at Macon; 1865
C1525 Georgia. Laws, Statutes, etc. Public Laws; 1861
C1528 Georgia, Laws, Statutes, etc. Public Laws; 1863
C1538 Georgia. General Assembly. Papers relative to the mission of Hon. T. Butler King to Europe; 1863
C1541 Georgia. General Assembly. Senate. Journal of the Senate at an extra session of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, convened under the proclamation of the Governor; March 25, 1863
C1543 Georgia. General Assembly. Senate. Journal of the Senate at an extra session of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia convened under the proclamation of the Governor; March 10, 1864
C1569 Georgia. Governor Jos. E. Brown Message; 1864
C1607 [Preamble and resolutions passed by the mayor and Council of the city of Atlanta] (photocopy); 1861
C1612 C.S.A. Army. Lewis' Brigade Resolutions [Mounted Infantry, Kentucky]; 1865
C1613 Proceedings of the Louisiana State Convention (in English and French) together with the Ordinances; 1861
C1617 Acts Passed by the Fifth Legislature of the State of Louisiana at its Second Session; January 21, 1861
C1618 Acts Passed by the Sixth Legislature of the State of Louisiana at its First Session; November 25, 1861
C1652 Saint Landry Parish. Ordinance... Police of Slaves 29p.; 1863
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8 C1654 Mississippi. Convention 1861. Journal of the State Convention and Ordinances and resolutions adopted in January, 1861. Also inserted after p.220 with title: Statement showing assessment of personalty in the State of Mississippi, together with number of acres and value of taxable lands for year 1860, last page missing; 1861
C1655 Mississippi. Convention 1861. Journal of the State Convention and ordinances and resolutions adopted; March 1861
C1659 Laws of the State of Mississippi passed at a called session of the state legislature; July 1861
C1660 Laws of the State of Mississippi passed at a regular session of the state legislature; Novemberand December, 1861 and January, 1862
C1661 Laws of the State of Mississippi passed at a called and regular session of the State Legislature; December 1862, November 1863
C1699 Journal of the Convention of the People of North Carolina; May 20, 1861
C1789 North Carolina. Executive and legislative documents. Session 1862-1863. Doc. No. 21, Letter of the president of the Chatham Railroad; 1863
C1791 North Carolina. Executive and legislative documents. Extra sessions 1863-1864; 1864
C1795 North Carolina. Private laws of the State of North Carolina, passed by the General Assembly at its session of 1860-61; 1861
C1802 North Carolina. Public laws of the State, passed by the General assembly at its session of 1860-61: together with the Comptroller's statement of public revenue and expenditure; 1861
C1803 General Assembly. North Carolina. Public laws passed at 2nd extra session 140p.; 1861
C1805 North Carolina. Public laws of the state of North Carolina, passed by the General Assembly at its adjourned session of 1862-63; 1863
C1806 North Carolina. Public laws of the State of North Carolina, passed by the General Assembly at its called session of 1863; 1863
C1871 South Carolina Convention documents, special committee of 21 181p.; 1862
C1880 Journal of the Convention of the people of South Carolina held in 1860-61; 1861
C1887 South Carolina Convention (2 copies, one flat, one rolled); 1860
C1901 South Carolina Genearl Assembly. Acts of the General Assembly of the state passed in September and December 1863; 1864
C2098 South Carolina. Governor (Pickens) Correspondence relating to the Post Office; n.d.
C2099 South Carolina, Governor (Pickens). The governor's message and correspondence with the commissioners from Virginia; n.d.
C2104 South Carolina Governor (Pickens) Message No.1; 1862
C2112 South Carolina Auditor report... slaves; 1864
C2122 South Carolina Commissioners Correspondence 26p.; 1861
C2127 South Carolina. Dept. of the Military Report; 1862
C2138 Unthank, J.H. and Hebb, George S. Digest of Militia Laws of Tenn.; 1861
C2146 Regulations adopted for the Provisional Force of the Tennessee Volunteers, together with the act of Tennessee legislature of 1861 organizing said provisional force; 1861
C2167 Texas. Committee on Public Safety Reports; 1861
C2170 Address to the Texan soldiers in the C.S.Army (photocopy); 1863
C2171 Texas. General laws of the ninth Legislature of the state of Texas; 1862
C2173 General Laws of the tenth legislature of the state of Texas; 1864
C2174 General laws of the tenth legislature (called session) with the provisional permanent constitutions of the Confederate States; 1864
C2175 General laws of the tenth legislature (second extra session) of the state of Texas; 1864
C2179 Laws of the eighth legislature of the State of Texas (extra session); 1861
C2193 Message of Gov. Houston, of Texas, on secession (photocopy and typed copy); 1861
C2209 Texas Governor Edward Clark. Proclamation to the people of Texas... (2 photocopies); August 26, 1861
C2256 Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia passed at called session; 1862
C2273 Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia passed at adjourned session; 1863
C2274 The New Constitution of Virginia with the amended Bill of Rights as adopted by the Reform Convention of 1850-51 and amended by the Convention of 1860-61; 1861
C2257 Addresses Delivered before the Virginia State Convention by Hon. Fulton Anderson, Hon. Henry L. Benning, and Hon. John S. Preston; February 1861
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9 C2258 C.S.A. Official Documents no.1-54; February 1861-April 1861
C2262 Virginia. Ordinance to repeal ratification of the constitution of the U.S. Broadside (photocopy); 1861
C2264 Virginia Convention. Rules and Articles... Army of Virginia; 1861
C2263 Virginia Convention. Ordinances; 1861
C2271 Ordinances and Acts of the Virginia Convention; 1861
C2272 Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia passed in 1861-2; 1862
C2275 Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia passed at called session 1863; 1863
C2276 Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia passed at the general session 1863-1864; 1864
C2277 Address of the General Assembly to the Soldiers of Virginia (photocopy); 1864
C2278 Message of the Governor of Virginia and Accompanying Documents; January 1861
C2279 Message of the Governor of Virginia and Accompanying Documents; December 1861
C2279.17 Board of Public Works (turnpikes) Documents; 1861
C2279.17 Board of Public Works (railroads) Documents; 1861
C2281 Message of the Governor of Virginia and Accompanying Documents; 1862
C2282 #1 Virginia General Assembly. Called session 1863, doc.no.1, Message of the Governor of Virginia; 1863
C2282 #31 Virginia General Assembly. Committee on Confederate Relations Report; 1864
C2285 Virginia. Laws, statutes, etc. Sketches of the Acts...; 1861
C2286 Virginia. Laws, Statutes etc. Sketches of The Acts...; 1864
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10 C2296 Virginia Senate Journal and Documents Extra Sessions 1862 and 1862-3; 1863
C2297 Virginia Senate Journal and Documents Extra Session 1863; 1863
C2298 Virginia Senate Journal and Documents Session 1863-4; 1864
C2356 Virginia Journal and Documents of the House of Delegates 1861; 1861
C2359 Journal of the Virginia House of Delegates Called Session 1862; 1863
C2360 Documents of the Virginia House of Delegates Called Session 1862; 1863
C2361 Journal of the Virginia House of Delegates Called Session 1863; 1863
C2362 Documents of the Virginia House of Delegates Called Session 1863; 1863
C2377 C.S.A. Army. Wise's Brigade. Resolutions of Wise's Brigade; 1865
C2392 Andrews, R. Snowden. Andrews' Mounted Artillery Drill Compiled According to the Latest Regulations; 1863
C2397 Brown, William Leroy. Notes on Artillery; 1862
C2399 Buckholtz, L.V. Infantry Camp Duty, Field Fortification and Coast Defence; 1861
C2400 Buckholtz, L.V. Tactics for Officers of Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery; 1861
C2401 Bugeaud de la Piconnerie, Thomas Robert, due d'Isly. The Practice of War; being a translation...; 1861
C2402 Cary, R. Milton Skirmishers' Drill and Bayonet Exercise 48p.; 1861
C2406 Cooper, Samuel. Cooper's Cavalry Tactics; 1861
C2408 Curry, John P. Volunteers' Camp and Field Book; 1862
C2409 Davis, J. Lucius, The Trooper's Manual: or, Tactics for Right Dragoons and Mounted Riflemen (2 copies); 1861
C2413 Fowler, W.H. Guide for Claimants of Deceased Soldiers; 1864
C2418 Gilham, William. Manual of Instruction for the Volunteers and Militia of the Confederate States; 1861
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11 C2419 Gilham, William. Manual of Instruction for the Volunteers and Militia of the Confederate States; 1862
C2429 Hardee, W.J. Rifle and Infantry Tactics (volumes 1 and 2); 1863
C2430 Hardee, W.J. Rifle and Infantry Tactics; 1862
C2441 Lee, C.H. The Judge Advocate's Vade Mecum: Embracing a General View of Military Law; 1863
C2445 Lee, J.K. The Volunteer's Handbook: Containing an Abridgement of Hardee's Infantry Tactics, adapted for the use of the Percussion Musket in Squad and Company Exercises, Manual of Arms for Riflemen; 1861
C2451 The School of the Guides, for the Use of The Army of the Confederate States with Questions; 1862
C2459 Mahan, D.H. A Treatise on Field Fortification, containing instructions on the methods of laying out, constructing, defending, and attacking intrenchments; 1862
C2462 Marmont, Marshal. The Spirit of Military Institutions. Trans. Frank Schaller; 1864
C2463 Napoleon's Maxims of War; 1862
C2464 Nolan, L.E. Cavalry; Its History and Tactics; 1864
C2465 Pardigon, C.F. Infantry Sword Exercise; 1863
C2469 Richardson, Jno. H. Infantry Tactics, or, Rules for the Exercise and Manoeuvres of the Confederate States Infantry in the Evolutions of the Line, compiled, arranged and adapted to Hardee's Drill; 1862
C2471 Richardson, Wm. H. A Manual of Infantry and Rifle Tactics, with Honors paid by the Troops; 1861
C2475 Roberts, Joseph. The Hand-Book of Artillery for the service of the United States (Army and Militia); 1862
C2488 The Ordnance Manual for the Use of the Officers of the United States Army ; 1861
C2491 Wheeler, Joseph. A Revised System of Cavalry Tactics for the Use of the Cavalry and Mounted Infantry, C.S.A.; 1863
C2516 Legion Francaise; New Orleans. Ordre de Jour; 1861
C2518 Letter from the Ladies of the South. Broadside (photocopy); 1862?
C2534 Parker. Sufferings of the Twelfth Georgia Regiment (photocopy); 1862?
C2547 Special Instructions for the Government of the Guard... Broadside (photocopy); 1864
C2554 To the Southern Rights Men of Harrison County. Broadside (photocopy); 1861
C2556 Wadsworth, George. Camp McDonald, The School of Instruction... (photocopy); 1861
C2563 Cooke, John. The Life of Stonewall Jackson from Official Papers, Contemporary Narratives, and Personal Acquaintance; 1863
C2568 Dabney, Robert L. True Courage... Jackson; 1863
C2582 Hoge, Wm.J. Sketch of Dabney C. Harrison; 1863
C2590 Life of James W. Jackson; 1862
C2600 Ramsey, James B. True Eminence in Jackson; 1863
C2610 White, William Spottswood. Sketches of the Life of Capt. H.A. White of the Stonewall Brigade; 1864
C2614 Barde, Alexandre. Histoire des Comites de Vigilance aux Attakapas; 1861
C2615 Battle of Fort Sumter; 1861
C2618 Clarke, H.C. Diary of the War for Separation 191p.; 1862
C2621 Davis, Nicholas A. The Campaign from Texas to Maryland; 1863
C2623 Marginalia; or Gleanings from an Army Note-Book; 1864
C2628 Harris, W.A. Record of Ft. Sumter; 1862
C2630 Hurst, M.B. History of the 14th Ala.Vols.(2 copies); 1863
C2633 Jacskon, Henry W.R. Historical Register...; n.d.
C2634 Jackson, Henry W.R. The Southern Women of the second American Revolution 120p.; 1863
C2635 Jones, Charles C. Monumental Remains of Georgia. Part 1 119p.; 1861
C2637 Keily, Anthony M. Prisoner of War, or Five Months Among the Yankees 120p.; 1865
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12 C2643 Pollard, Edward A. The First Year of the War; 1862
C2645 Pollard, Edward A. The First Year of the War: Corrected and Improved Edition; 1862
C2647 Pollard, Edward A. Observations in the North: Eight Months in Prison and On Parole; 1865
C2648 Pollard, E.A. Rival Administrations: Richmond and Washington 31p.; 1864
C2650 Pollard, Edward A. The Second Year of the War; 1863
C2652 Pollard, Edward Alfred. Seven Days' Battles in Front of Richmond; 1862
C2662 Warder, T.B. The Battle of Young's Branch 156p.; 1862
C2663 Warren, Kittrell J. History of the 11th Georgia Vols.; 1863
C2670 Fremnatle. Three Months in the Southern States; 1864
C2677 Stranger's Guide and Official Directory, Richmond; 1863
C2692 Bilbo, Com. W.N. Past, Present, and Future... Confederacy; 1861
C2697 Brown, Albert Gallatin. State of the Country. Speech of Hon. A.G. Brown of Mississippi in the Confederate Senate; December 24, 1863
C2720 Convention of Cotton Planters Proceedings; 1861
C2724 Dahlgrem, Charles G. Letter to... Gn.Harris... State Rights; 1861
C2728 DJarnette, Daniel C. The Monroe Doctrine. Speech of Hon. D.C. De Jarnette of Virginia, in the Confederate House of Representatives, pending negotiations for peace; January 30, 1865
C2730 Delchamps, J.J. Looking Brothers. Spiced Stew.; 1863
C2744 Electoral Election Ticket; November 6, 1861
C2746 Fuller, Hiram. The Times! or the Flag of Truce 18p.; 1865
C2760 Grayson, N.J. Reply to Prof. Hodge on "The State of the Country" 32p.; 1861
C2763 Green, Duff. Tracts and Suggestions; 1864
C2767 Henry, Gustavus Adolphus. Speech; 1864
C2780 Lamar, L.Q.C. Speech (photocopy); 1864
C2784 MacMahon, T.W. Cause and Contrast: An Essay on the American Crisis 192p.; 1862
C2785 MacQueen, John Frazier. Chief Points in the Laws or War and Neutrality 102p.; 1863
C2789 Moore, S. McD. Substance of a Speech; 1861
C2795 Northrop, Claudian B. Political Remarks; 1861
C2825 Pollard, Edward A. Southern Spy; 1862
C2831 Richardson, George W. Speech of George W. Richardson of Hanover in Committee of the Whole, on the report of the Committee on Federal Relations in the Convention of Virginia, April 4, 1861; 1862
C2840 Segar, Joseph E. Speech to House of Delegates in Virginia 23p.; March 30, 1861
C2851 Stuart, Alexander H.H. To the People of Augusta County Broadside (photocopy); 1861?
C2852 Summers, George W. Speech... on Federal Relations; 1861
C2859 Thornwell, James H. Our Danger; 1862
C2861 Thomwell, J.H. State of the Country; 1861
C2867 Treason in Virginia. Broadside (photocopy); 1861
C2870 Tucker, John Randolph. The Southern Church Justified... 35p.; May 21, 1863
C2874 Virginia Electoral Ticket; 1861
C2877 Wiley, C.H. Scriptural Views of National Trials or The True Road to the Independence and Peace of the Confederate States of America; 1863
C2888 Jones, Charles C. Religious Instruction of the Negroes; 1861
C2890 Miles, James W. Relation Between the Races; 1861
C2894 Verot, A. Esclavage and Abolitionisme; 1862
C2906 Confederate Receipt Book (photocopy); 1863
C2918 Jones, Joseph. Agricultural Resources of Georgia. Address before the Cotton Planters Convention of Georgia at Macon, December 13, 1860; 1861
C2942 Southern Telegraph Companies. Report to Postmaster General; 1862
C2992 Raleigh and Gaston Railroad Company. Proceedings of Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Raleigh and Gaston Railroad Company with repots[sic] of the president, treasurer and co. 1864
C3028 Chisolm, Julian J. A Manual of Military Surgery for the Use of Surgeons in the Confederate States Army; 1862
C3031 Goffres, Joseph Marie. Illustrated System of Bandaging; 1864
C3033 Gross, Samuel David. A Manual of Military Surgery (Wallpaper Covers); 1862
C3036 Macleod, George H.B. Notes on the Surgery of the War in the Crimea with Remarks on the Treatment of Gunshot Wounds; 1862
C3041 Porcher, Francis Peyre. Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being Also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; 1863
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13 C3044 Warren, Edward. An Epitome of Practical Surgery, for Field and Hospital; 1863
C3066 Map of Virginia; 1862
C3075 Maxwell, Mary Elizabeth. John Marchmont's Legacy. A Novel. By Miss M.E.Bradden; 1865
C3082 The British Partizan; 1864
C3096 Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables (pt.1,2,4,5); 1863
C3100 Leigh, Ella. Confessions... (photocopy); 1865
C3101 Longstreet, Augustus Baldwin. Master William Mitten; 1864
C3104 McCabe, James D. Aide-de-Camp; 1863
C3122 Duncan, Blauton. Dissolving Views of Richmond (photocopy); 1862?
C3123 Dunn, George and Company. Collection of Comic and Sentimental Valentines (photocopy); 1863
C3126 Boys and Girls Stories of the War; 1863?
C3130 Macleod, Norman. Wee Davie; 1864
C3138 Temple, Neville and Edward Trevor. Tannhauser or The Battle of the Bards. A poem; 1863
C3151 Randall, James Ryder. Maryland, my Maryland (photocopy); 1862
C3243 Libby Prison Minstrels Broadside (photocopy); 1863
C3246 New Year's Dinner to Gen'l Lees Army (photocopy); 1864
C3256 Branson, Thomas A. The Jack Morgan Songster 64p.; 1864
C3257 Burrowes, John F. Burrowes' Pianoforte Primer; n.d.
C3260 Hopkins, John. Hopkins' New Orleans Song Book; n.d.
C3263 Moore, Miranda. Songs of Love and Liberty 62p.; 1864
C3272 Southern Soldier's Prize Songster; n.d.
C3277 Dunnavaut, William W. To the Members of the Confederate Congress. [requesting the office of public printer and enclosing circular of Ritchie and Dunnavaut; June 1, 1861
C3368 Carrie Bell, A ballad; n.d.
C3439 The Exotics: Flowers of Song; n.d.
C3457 First Love Waltz; n.d.
C3468 Freedom's Muster Drum; n.d.
C3510 God Save the Southern Land; n.d.
C3521 Awake! A Southern War Song; n.d.
C3528 Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still; n.d.
C3533 Blackmar Collection of Standard Music; n.d.
C3634 The March of the Southern Men; n.d.
C3693 Georgia Musical Album; n.d.
C3712 On Guard!; n.d.
C3757 The Prisoner's Lament; n.d.
C3850 Spring Time Polka; n.d.
C3851 The Standard Bearer; n.d.
C3888 There's Life in the Old Land Yet; n.d.
C3909 The Musical Olio; n.d.
C3937 War to the Yankee! Song of the Confederates (photocopy); 1861
C3961 When This Cruel War is Over; n.d.
C3962 When This Cruel War is Over!; n.d.
C3968 Who Will Care for Mother Now; n.d.
C3938 The Musical Olio; n.d.
C3984 Address to the People of North Carolina. Signed by 12 North Carolinian educators at a Conference of teachers and other friends of educations held in Raleigh; 1861?
C4029 Bigham, Wm. A Grammar of the Latin Language for the Use of Schools with Exercises and Vocabularies; 1863
C4030 Branson, L. First Book in Composition Applying the Principles of Grammar to the Art of Composing; 1863
C4031 Browne, George Y. Browne's Arithmetical tables, combined with easy lessons in mental arithmetic for beginners; 1865
C4032 Browne, George Y. Browne's Arithmetic Tables 64p.; 1865
C4034 Bingham, Wm. Caesaer's Commentaries on the Gallic War, with a Vocabulary and Notes; 1864
C4036 Campbell, William A. The Child's First Book. Approved by the Educational Association of Virginia through their Committee; 1864
C4045 Christison, John. A Grammar of the French Language 143p.; 1863
C4046 Summers, Thos. O. Intellectual Arithmetic upon the Inductive Method of Instruction; 1862
C4048 Dagg, John L. Grammar of the English Language; 1864
C4052 The First Confederate Speller; 1861
C0453 The First Reader for Southern Schools 24p.; 1864
C4058 Illustrated Alphabet (photocopy); 1863?
C4060 Lander, S. Our Own Primary Arithmetic; n.d.
C4061 Lander, S. Our Own School Arithmetic; 1863
C4066 Moore, Mrs. Marinda Branson. The Dixie Primer Third Edition 32p.; 1863
C4067 Moore, M.B. The Dixie Elementary Spelling Book for the use in Common Schools; 1864
C4068 Moore, Mrs. Marinda Branson. The First Dixie Reader. 2 copies; 1863
C4070 Moore, M.B. Geographical Reader for the Dixie Children; 1862
C4071 Moore, M.B. Primary Geography, Arranged as a Reading Book with Questions and Answers; 1864
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14 C4077 Rice. John H. A New Descriptive Geography, A System of Modern Geography, compiled from various sources, and adapted to the present condition of the world, expressly for the use of schools and academies in the Confederate States of America; 1862
C4083 The Confederate Reader: containing selections in Prose and Poetry; 1864
C4086 Smith, R.M. The Confederate Spelling Book; 1865
C4087 Smith, Roswell Chamberlain. Louisiana English grammar. Published by order of His Excellency, Henry W. Allen, governor of Louisiana; 1865
C4090 Smythe, Charles W. Our Own Elementary Grammar; 1863
C4097 Sterling, Richard and J.D. Campbell. Our Own First Reader for the use of Schools and Families; n.d.
C4101 Sterling, Richard and J.D. Campbell. Our Own Second Reader for the Use of Schools and Families; n.d.
C4102 Sterling, Richard and J.D. Campbell. Our Own Spelling Book for the Use of Schools and Families; n.d.
C4105 Sterling, Richard and J.D. Campbell. Our Own Third Reader for the Use of Schools and Families; n.d.
C4107 Stewart, K.J. Geography for Beginners; n.d.
C4113 Malkev, John. The Palmetto Dictionary; n.d.
C4121 York, Brantley. York's English Grammar, Revised and Adapted to Southern Schools. Third Edition; 1864
C4136 Doggett, David Seth. A Nation's Ebenezer. A discourse delivered in the Broad St. Methodist Church, Richmond, Virginia, Thursday, September 18, 1862: the Day of Public Thanksgiving appointed by the President of the Confederate States; 1862
C4140 Elliott, Stephen. Address of the Rt. Rev. Stephen Elliott, D.D., the the thirty-ninth annual convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the Diocese of Georgia; 1861
C4146 Elliott, Stephen. God's Presence; 1861
C4149 Elliott, Stephen. New Wine; 1862
C4150 Elliott, Stephen. Our Cause in Harmony with the Purposes of God in Christ Jesus. A sermon preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Thursday, September 18th, 1862, being the day set forth by the President of the Confederate States, as a day of prayer and thanksgiving for our manifold victories, and especially for the fields of Manassas and Richmond, Ky.; 1862
C4151 Elliott, Stephen. "Samson's Riddle". A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Savannah 24p.; March 27, 1863
C4153 Elliott, Stephen. "Vain is the Help of Man". A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Thursday, September 15, 1864, being the day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer appointed by the Governor of the State of Georgia.; 1864
C4172 Minnigerode, Charles. Power: A Sermon 20p.; November 13, 1864
C4173 Moore, T.V. Discourse; 1861
C4175 Palmer, Benjamin Morgan. A Discourse Before the General Assembly of South Carolina 24p.; December 10, 1863
C4177 Paris, John. A Sermon: Preached before Brig.-Gen. Hoke's Brigade 15p. (2 copies-orig. and photocopy); February 28, 1864
C4179 Pierce, George F. Word of God; 1862
C4187 Ruffner, W.H. The Oath; 1864
C4194 Stiles, Joseph Clay. National Rectitude; n.d.
C4200 Tupper, Henry Allen. A Thanksgiving Discourse (photocopy); 1862
C4216 The New Testament of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Published in Augusta by the Confederate States Bible Society; 1862
C4225 The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments; and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church in the Confederate States of America; n.d.
C4275 McGill, Rt. Rev. John, Faith, the Victory, or a Comprehensive View of the Principal Doctrines of the Christian Religion; 1865
C4235 Quintard, C.T. Confederate Soldiers' Pocket Manual; 1863
C4239 Army Hymn Book; 1863
C4253 Soldier's Hymn Book; 1864
C4254 The Southern Zion's Songster; n.d.
C4261 Root, S. Primary Bible Questions for Young Children; 1864
C4478 Presbyterian Church in the United States. General Assembly. Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America. With an appendix. Vol.I.; 1861
C4481 Presbyterian Church in the United States General Assembly. Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America; with an appendix. Vol.I; 1864
C4519 Journal of the Proceedings of the General Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America from Nov.12 to Nov.22 1862; 1863
C4522 Protestant Episcopal Church, Confederate States, Proposed Constitution 60p.; 1861
C4556 Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America. Journal of the sixty-eighth annual council of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Virginia, held in St. Paul's Church, Richmond on the 20th, 21st, and 22nd May, 1863; 1863
C4559 ... Advice to soldiers; n.d.
C4560 Christ's Gracious Invitation 8p.; 186-
C4590 Broaddus, Andrew. Sermon: It Is a Fearful Thing to Live; n.d.
C4592 Broadus, John Albert. We Pray for You At Home; n.d.
C4593 Brockenbrough, Mrs. Frances Blake. A Mother's Parting Words to Her Soldier Boy... Evangelical tract society no.127; 186?
C4594 Brockenbrough, Mrs. Francis Blake. ... A Mother's Parting Words to her Soldier Boy. (A New Tract for Soldiers, no.18); 186?
C4597 Buck, William C. A Tract for the Army; n.d.
C4600 Burrows, John Lansing. The Christian Scholar and Soldier. Memoirs of Louis Minor Coleman, professor in the University of Virginia--Lt.Col.of First Reg't, Va. Artillery; 1864
C4610 The Christian's Consolation; n.d.
C4613 Soldier's Tract Assoc. Tract no.75; 1862?
C4619 Crumly, William H. The Soldier's Bible.; n.d.
C4626 Dagg, J.L. Proclamation of Peace. No.68; n.d.
C4632 Denison, Mrs. Mary (Andrews). Angel Lilly; n.d.
C4635 Do You Love God?; n.d.
C4636 Do You Want a Friend?; n.d.
C4655 Faith in God; n.d.
C4656 The Feast of Belshazzar and its End; n.d.
C4658 Soldiers Tract Assoc. Tract no.63; 1862?
C4659 Fowler, James H. My Spirit Shall Not Always Strive; n.d.
C4660 ... Friendly Conversation; n.d.
C4663 ... The Gate of Prayer; n.d.
C4672-3 Grasty, Rev.Jno.S. A Great Question Asked? no.113; n.d.
C4674 Grasty, John Marshall. A Noble Testimony; n.d.
C4687 ...Hearing or Hardening; n.d.
C4689 Heber, Reginald. Noah's Carpenters; n.d.
C4690 Hunns, Henry. From "English Hearts and Hands"; n.d.
C4697 Hoge, William James. The Improvident Traveller; n.d.
C4698 Hoge, William James. What Wilt Thou That I Should Do?; n.d.
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15 C4704 ...How Israel was Delivered from Two Cruel Invasions; n.d.
C4706 Howard, Rev.Wm. Wilt Thou Be Made Whole? no.112; n.d.
C4714 and C4889 (printed as one item) No. 49 "In the Enemy's Lines" and No.50 "Things to Think Of"; n.d.
C4723 Jeter, Jeremiah Bell. The Evils of Gaming...; n.d.
C4727 Keeling, Henry. The Colporteur's Commission; n.d.
C4730 Kinsbury, Rev. Theodore B. The Great Amnesty. No.97; n.d.
C4732 The Last Time. At Head of Title: No.71; 186-
C4737 ...The Life Preserver; n.d.
C4743 ...Lovest Thou Me?; n.d.
C4747 McIntosh, William H. How Long Have I to Live?; n.d.
C4748 Soldiers' Tract Assoc. Tract no.68; 1862?
C4751 Mangum, Adolphus Williamson. The Holy Shield... no.96; 186?
C4757 Martin, Rev.J.H. Come Thou With Us, and We Will Do Thee Good no.71; n.d.
C4764 Moore, Thomas Verner... What Can I Do?; n.d.
C4766 More, Hannah. Parley the Porter...; n.d.
C4785 Soldiers Tract Assoc. Tract No.79; 1862?
C4788 Page, Harlan. Motives to Early Piety; n.d.
C4789 ... Paget And "Tall George"; n.d.
C4797 Soldiers' Tract Association Tract no.4; 1862?
C4798 Pharr, Walter H. A Short History of the Life, Character, and Death of Capt. John B. Andrews; n.d.
C4805 ...The Precious Blood of Christ, of How a Soldier Was Saved; n.d.
C4807 ...Prepare for Battle; n.d.
C4809 Pressense, Edmond de. The French Soldier; n.d.
C4813 Proctor, J.A. A Tract for the Soldier; n.d.
C4814 Soldier's Tract Assoc. Tract no.49; 1862?
C4823 Soldier's Tract Assoc. Tract no.73; 1862?
C4824 Soldier's Tract Assoc. Tract no.72; 1862?
C4830 ..."Ruinous Consequences of Gambling"; n.d.
C4840 ...Scripture illustrations of the all-sufficiency of Christ; n.d.
C4843 ...The Sentinel; n.d.
C4845 Sewell, Mrs. Our Father's Care. A Ballad; n.d.
C4849 Shiloh. A Sermon.; n.d.
C4851 Shuck, Rev.L.H. "Home Sweet Home" No.74; n.d.
C4856 Sir Henry Havelock; n.d.
C4857 Sir Henry Havelock. The Christian Soldier.; n.d.
C4862 The Soldier. An Affecting Narrative of Facts; n.d.
C4869 Soldiers' Tract Association Tract No.65; 1862
C4885 Teasdoll, T.C. The Season of Divine Mercy; n.d.
C4899 Soldiers' Tract Association Tract No.74; 1862?
C4904 ...A Voice from the Australia; n.d.
C4917 What is it to Believe in Christ? No.93; n.d.
C4920 ... Where are the Christians in the Army?; n.d.
C4921 Where Are You Going?; n.d.
C4924 Whitfield, Theodore. The Danger of Delay No.101; n.d.
C4925 Whither Bound?; n.d.
C4930 ...Why Sit Ye Here Idle? no.94; n.d.
C4934 Wengate, W.M. I Have Brought My Little Brother Back; n.d.
C4935 Wingate, W.M.... I Have Brought My Little Brother Back no.70; 186?
C4964 Georgia Relief and Hospital Association Report; 1862
C4989 Confederate States Almanac for 1863; 1862
C4996 Confederate States Almanac for 1864. Calculations made at University of Alabama; 1863
C4997 Confederate States of America Almanac; 1865
C5033 Richardson's Almanac...; 1862
C5044 Richardson's Virginia and North Carolina Almanac for the year of our Lord 1864; 1863
C5102 Freemasons. Virginia. Grand Lodge. Free Masonry and the Wars. Report of the Committee under the Resolutions of 1862, Grand Lodge of Virginia, in reference to our relations as Masonic bodies and so Masons, in the North and South, growing out of the manner in which the present war has been prosecuted. Adopted by the Grand Lodge of Virginia, December 12, 1864, and ordered to be published. John Dove, Grand Secretary; 1865
C5112 Freemasons. Virginia, Richmond Lodge No.10. By-Laws and List of Members...; 1864
C5113 Freemasons. Virginia. Richmond Lodge, No.10. By-Laws and list of members of Richmond Lodge, No.XIX, Ancient York Masons; 1864
C5136 Charleston Mercury Facsimile; April 14, 1861
C5146 The Commission--vol 6, no.1; 1861
C5266 The Southern Literary Messenger; devoted to Every Department of Literature, and the Fine Arts, Richmond, Va. Vol.36, no.38, vol.37,no.5 only; 1861-64
C5266 Southern Literary Messenger (addenda) vols 38:1 (incomplete, Jan. 1864), 38:4 (April, 1864), 38:5 (May, 1864; 2 copies), 33:5 (November, 1861); 1861-1864
C5270 The Southern Presbyterian Review. Columbia, SC V.14 No.3; October 1861
N/A 14th New York Heavy Artillery Veteran Association 23rd Annual Reunion; n.d.
N/A Civil War Senate Invitation; 186-
N/A Civil War Honor Roll; n.d.
N/A Confederate Fuse laid Under Water at Fort Fisher, North Carolina, with the intention of destroying forts and federal forces after capture; 1864

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16 Daily Advertiser Extra! April 2, 1865
General Sherman's Campaign War Map; 186-
United States Military Record: 137th Regiment O.V.P.; 186-
Census of Wisconsin from the year 1836 to August 1860, inclusive; 1860
Public Acts, Private Acts, and Resolutions Passed at the 1859-60 Session of the Tennessee State Congress; 1860
Published Letter from Washington Hunt Defending Against Accusations by Horace Greeley; July 25, 1860
Broadside: N.C. Standard ---Extra. Supports W.W.Holden's candidacy for governor; July 12, 1864
Proclamation by his Excellency, W.W.Holden, Raleigh, N.Y.; January 30, 1869
Advertisement Supporting Charles Brown for the Delaware Election; 186-
Loyal Publication Society Union Broadside No.1; 1863
The True Issue: What Leading Democrats and Conservatives Say, issed from the office of the Rebellion Record; 186?
Invitation to take part in ceremony of the Tammany Society, or Columbian Order June 24, 1867; XXX
Recruiting Advertisement for "The Excelsior Cavalry" under Edward E. Ropes; 1861
Company I, Fifth Regiment, Mass. Volunteer Militia, Somerville Light Infantry Roster; April 20, 1861
"The Seat of War" A Bird's Eye View of part of Maryland, District of Columbia, and part of Virginia; n.d.
Various Papers including "Freedom Paper" belonging to a slave, Appeal for Peace sent to Lieut. Gen.Scott, 1861, Public School Library Society of St. Louis, 1865, U.S. Sanitary Commission, 1865, Whitney Family Genealogy, 1879, Confederate Money, and Slave Bill of Sale, April 1849; 1849-1879
Various Papers including Concert of War Songs, 1862, US Military Pass, 1861, Electoral Ticket for President of the Confederacy, Prison Bill of Fare by a prisoner of war, and Conditions of Peace required of the so-called seceded States; 1861-1865
Jefferson, LA. Jefferson Journal and unidentified photo of a man from same period; June 8, 1959

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