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A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to provide for auditing and paying for horses and equipments taken from dismounted cavalrymen for the use of the Government. By Mr Akin; Read first and second times, placed on the Calendar, and ordered to e printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 20 January 1865.

A Bill: To amend An Act to organize forces to serve during war. By Mr. Blandford; Read first and second times, referred to Committee on Military Affairs and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 23 January 1865.

Untitled, Secret House Resolution. By Mr. Russell; Ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 24 January 1865.

A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act for the prevention of frauds on the revenues of the Postoffice Department, and prohibiting the transportation of mailable matter over the post routes of the Confederate States by unauthorized associations of persons ." By Mr. Sexton; December 13th, 1864 - Read first and second times, referred to Committee on Postoffices and Post Roads. Made special order for Saturday morning hour, and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 25 January 1865.

A Bill: To provide for the establishment of a Bureau for Special and Secret Service. By Mr. Clarke; Read first and second times, made special order after pending special order and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 30 January 1865.

A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to provide means to carry on the war." By Mr. Russell; Ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 30 January 1865.

Resolutions: Adopted by the Officers and Men of the 57th Virginia Regiment. By the Chair; Laid on the table and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 30 January 1865.

Resolutions: Passed at a Meeting of the Ninth Virginia Infantry - January 25. 1865. By the Chair; Laid on the table and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 30 January 1865.

Resolutions: Passed at a Meeting of the 14th Virginia Infantry - January 24, 1865 By Mr. DeJarnette; Laid on the table and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 30 January 1865.

Resolutions: Adopted by Bratton's Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers January 30th, 1865 By Mr. Simpson; Ordered to be laid on the table and printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 06 February 1865.

Resolutions: Adopted by Company "H," "I" and "K" Thirteenth Virginia Infantry, January 28, 1865 By Mr. Hollday; Ordered to be laid on the table and printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 06 February 1865.

Resolutions: Adopted by Humphrey's Mississippi Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, 03 February 1865. Presented by Mr. Barksdale; Ordered to be laid on the table and printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 06 February 1865.

Resolutions: Adopted by McGowan's Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers. Presented by Mr. Simpson; Ordered to be laid on the table and printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 06 February 1865.

Resolutions: Adopted by the Staunton Artillery. Presented by Mr. Baldwin; Ordered to be laid on the table and printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 06 February 1865.

A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to increase the military force of the Confederate States." By Mr. Barksdale; Read first and second times, referred to a select committee of one from each State, and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 10 February 1865.

Amendment to the Negro Soldier Bill. By Mr. Swan; Ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 14 February 1865.

A Bill: To amend an Act to organize Forces to serve during the War. By Mr. J. M. Smith, from Committee on Military Affairs; Read first and second times; postponed; made order of day for to-morrow, 12 o'clock; to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 14 February 1865.

Holograph manuscript in black ink illustrating mathematical problems and solutions, with hand-drawn geometric figures. Richard Shepard's Book is a bound manuscript documenting a student's mathematics education from 1751-1756. This exercise book exhibits the student's handwriting and illustrates his ability to solve word problems.

To the President of the Confederate Congress from Jefferson Davis, Includes Communication from the Secretary of War, J. P. Benjamin.

Message of the President to the House of Representatives; Includes Communication from Secretary of Way, James A. Seddon, and the Report of Quartermaster General, A. C. Myers.

Message of the President to the House of Representatives; Includes Communication from the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon.

Message of the President to the Senate and House of Representatives; Includes Communication from the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon, and an Estimates from J. Gorgas, Colonel, Chief of Ordinance.

Message of the President to the House of Representatives; Includes Communication from Secretary of War from J. A, Campbell, Assistant Secretary of War.

Message of the President to the House of Representatives; Includes Communication from the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon.

Message of the President to the House of Representatives; Includes Communication from the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon.

Message of the President to the Senate and House of Representatives; Includes Communication from the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon, and an Estimate by A. L. Rivers, Lieut. Col., and Acting Chief Engineer Bureau.

Message of the President to the House of Representatives; Includes Communication from the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon, and Communication from S. Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector General.

Message of the President to the House of Representatives; Includes Communication of the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon, and an Endorsement from the Assistant Quartermaster General, Larkin Smith.

Message of the President to the House of Representatives; Includes Communication of the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon, and communications from John Avis, Captain, Provost Marshal.

Message of the President to the House of Representatives; Includes Communication of the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon, a Report of the Apportionment of the General Hospitals in and around Richmond, by William A. Carrington, Medical Director, and a Statement of Hospitals in and around Richmond, with the Medical Officers attached to each.

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