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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 December 1861

«re many Shyl the contractors, who wot for gain, and who. a matter of oí ít! rebel PrlMHtr* *t Vort Warr«U| B teu. fiadin the Boston Journal the follow- ■ount of the arrival of the prisoner from Forts Lafayette and Columbus at Port Warren, situated on George's island, in the harbor of Boston ,'V % * The steamer arrived at the fort at half- five o'clock, having on board one hun- "tical prisoners at Fort Lafayette, six and twenty of the prisoner* taken at C*R. ' the r a absent from hi8 th. Hisdis- "fi*« He iUoem- ;1§ i fellow- ¡BP bis death on ■ the Dhursday lean jjafejlBj Itlare mm ANNUAL SKSSipWS. refused to pasa a resolution for the Constitution. provid- ons of tho Legislature. s which we clip from the the latest Galveston news we As exciting reports have lation, that Gen. Hebert to evacuate this city, and be given up without the least low me to contradict this report, > . - that these reports f the troops for- i been ordered to i the object, the pub- lic.; - the different regi-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 December 1861

fe- 4mT 8VNOPiI«OV L.I.HCOL > ji MS¡8*A«i:. McmJiis, Dec. 6. —The St. I^snia Republican of the 4tli irnt., c mtairiB Lincoln's Message, of which the fallowing is a synopsis: Tue comenwment of his roes-age expresses the ft' iprehension that the i wting relations between the Federal Government and foreign nations are not ou as firm a b« ia of friendship s they Hhonlrt be, yet he hopes t<> convince th"m that the best means for the ie- Uablish- m nt of commerce through which they get their supply of cotton can best be effected through the preservation of the Union. ' He recommends that East Tennessee and Western North Carolina and Kentucky be connected with other parts of the Union by a railroad; as a military measure, and suggests in different routes for the building of said road. He thinks Kentucky will eo operate with the Government in its immediate construction. He proposes to pay the owner of the British ship Perthshire for her detention by the Massachuseets for supposed b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 December 1861

. - ¿i f"** >: ■ ■ © t ~yi lÉ'liiiKÉiiMi ,of HfMHMH L Ki rid 1 Oles Ih the dfcserl home- , he fe presented a* the &jHragjw witnessed. The look of rain^ed fear " 1ÉNI hi« OQHitffenance, I desoír d«pietéd upon his cQunliipance, I «Opping^W OiB'ttlittW JHWj WUiVU IWMHMÉ ins to the tnoveuient of * \.ump handle, > utter want of heart and manliness " li he bore his pituation—so djffefent „ 'he used to assume"n the' United Senate—were calculated to inspire un and contempt m the minds of ctator . After him came Slidoll, with frhftt less timid air, bat still his knees now and then betraying by tbeir shaky the trepidation whieh their ownir I Their secretaries, Eustis brought up the rear, and pluck than tkeir employers, \ aware, probably, that their comparative __ _lli§ mrm iláilPL .___ HIIHMR me, those in the .little boüt dtsertétí to a man, and senlrchid sar.d for their s. Five; ten, fifteen flifi- ve Wfiit up a. allot .'of and ridicule tbat reach their very General Bragg has issue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 December 1861

. ■'£ -T Sryvi::'.::;'! V."'S v: • ... ' ■ \*" • " . : • . "' . «- - . if 1 „ ' * "** '*• J>A ~' . **« -1 ? ¥■ I 1 ¿ ,*fr M; . m- -?*■" —wuim-iii i !■■ ' *::; " -X W E E K L Y OHN MARSHALL & CO., OL. XIII. ■ix l ,Ví& 3h¿ 44 ®l)t (bonfcíicraí? States of JUtcricu foreiicr. as SEAT OF GOVERNMENT, AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, J)E PROFESSIONAL. til lél JOHlHiiiDV, aítohsey at law, Setma, Dallan County, Alabama. V\/'1L.I,UIVE HISPtíOIAb A ITKNTloN T<> Al.l V business lii the Probate Courts. aud the collection of claims in uiiy of the counties of Alabama, KJ£PER8TQ Hon M. D. Oraham, Austin, Texas. W. L. Hill, f ilon W, \V. Morris, Marshall, Texas ' vVii fll-ly 18, ,?i. ATTORN SO 1 * '? l * W, Beevitle, Texas. WOULD MOST KESl'KCTFULLY INKOliM the paldiu that he is permanently established at toe above nuiiH'd place, whore h« will pay purUcuiiir attention to all bttomesii entrunted to his care, and will alao iot a« I«and Agent ioHttl who may employ him m thai capacity. March ft,'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 December 1861

ü ■ m • six hun- HScVM rr r'• ~ - 7 tioul eigi managed, of these ptirties, MrtH at once, ated "with Engmnd in Europe is in a blaze of itidig- pursutd by Wilkes, of " ' aid how brightly contains extracta 1 Now York Her- ?ublakes late i. 15—The Euro] rived (rom Liverpo ■ the 80th ult., via She was detained until the Government, and senger on board Lvon. 0 the 3Qth her dl at Wind-or, where were pre*eat- ■L_ the 'tliwue ministers attended a cabinet ivstuiiV official resi- bas ar- po rt on inst by coun- majesty's s and bene- tflre >: . thefoot oí of East Bay, pat 9;i^pilpfp flames soon acquired a fearful wunft- swept with terrific speed i heart of. the devoted city in a south- | tmsing in its course Meeting, King, and many other The loss is said to be immense and "■some papers fis high as i hundred families are left y, if not most of the noble irhicb were the pride of the iltiering ruins. Amongst stitute St Andrews the Han i trees seventy-five killed while gallan'ly tiled by a bail hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 December 1861

eon appointed must be one A 1 ^ Now as to the expense of such an lishment, much would depend on the nuw of sick and wounded under care. Deducing the value of rations the aoldier would v>e en- titled to, perhaps 16 t« $20,000 would he required n initially for rent of warel.ous" and office, agent and assistants salary, and expense of sick with incidental onr!ays. These views are intended to «rail forth the talents and opinions of those more wise than myself. I do not give them as the jltimatum, but that something should be done for our sick troops n) one who has seen what 1 lav.> can doubt. J. IJ. ROBINSON,;! KfapMi emor by his private Secretary. Mr. Parsons moved to suspend the ■* .M '' f"l i 1! ' t i ■' "*I %| ■}> .. « From aarCorre>|ioadent in Ken tacky. K-'.'-.HiMDftWfcTBiui, Texas Rangers, 7 Oakla-b Station, Dec. 3, 1861. $ Editor State Gazette: I wote you a few lines on the arrival of the lirst division of this regiment at Bowling Green. What I then stated in relatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 December 1861

Oongrew * ; in i wssfr1 otiroi ices are now taxed to iho the invasion of her soil, tho jiruinp: intervention Of^jtis government inay not be Ueetued urihuitable to the ocra-ion. Tim State of South Carolina, in common with other States, has made a liberal advance WM Ms PSI so that t!>8 same shall to wit; That on ascertaining the «am premium or rate of , interest shall bo taken the rate of eight from and after the mid sum is due and payable; and that on all open accounts when no specific rate of inter- est is agreed upon, interest shall be taken, «( the rate of eight r centum per annum from the first day of January of eacli year after sucfc accounts are made. Sec. 2. That this act take effect from and "feffhiir Itn mnmttiirtwi "Vv. % ':!■'& Í w* r ffco ....^ ffiVy*' No. 14. Changes the names of Cara and Buchanan counties respectively, to Davis and Stephens. . ' , c , No. 15. Provides tliat persons amenable tó the laws governing iriigation, may be cited befo* ^ feed not less than...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 4 January 1862

> ALL collection e Is perasai i wiser* fee i may ora ploy him in ,9,>ei. vlSiiSltf. pw^WlL. ■■■■■■■■ A T .OÍTKJTT^ A W, Ottce second diro^'west ¿FhoVimt OttSce. Will st- and fcithfully to allbuslness entrusted to his care. Austin, July 6,3861. ' Vl2u48 ly ?<5 Nnoa-t Twuk i Hutton, Lebanon, Teiim ieFariand, ¿.ü grange. Tes if.nii—..... —-mentó. • *o i.b* REAL * nOMtLKy, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AUSTIN, TEXAS PRACTICS IN ■ ALL TUB COTOTS bald in tip city of Austin ; Siso those of adjoin I attestlon M«n: to tha oolleolion tpjetteution of Land ■- ■■■> y >jtr . ' vlirSBtf ...... MARCOS L. QOSDOS. ON A GORDON, Attorney at I w, nij General ' ftnMsa tx¡ám as £ en ted at (be usual ratas. VIW18I tf March 18, I860. t"?-•■■■.■—1~~rim"""¡ijit ■$>.'.—** . OLDBSM. .... Ml. H. PAflBv kit & DAVIS, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Brer,ham Traías. 10,1860-vlln of the State. Pederá) Practice in ths States, Court of - P-, A! b, Texas, ^■■L Guadalupe, Bastrop, Comal and Travii FederalCou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 4 January 1862

- m ■■■■ —gWBÜ L^:r:is^ institution ^ Igiw irresistil >le power to neither the p Trapica • :•> v" .-- r eacíi IE&L ■ for the everything but our Ives exactly equal the Southern I 3t that it Bp Some of it is very • will be found to be 5 the former may i the people will demand an extra ' to correct the Utter. bill, and rt'l6e bill was killed by inays. A change of guiredma the bill. - Lfitf i, "Te had prepared ' ex-Adjutant Gen. i' pres# ¿Í other " ' inocb nilitery • military < ■advantages of a I will doubtless • oil the field as he atOeneral's * the kg- lor has re- Executive Department, Austin, l)eo. 31st, 18C 1of the Home of RtpresentaUvea: i return to you an Act, i Hon^l^ Body, entitled" ^propria ton or litfon At a time Into the of the School Fond, ther part of the samé body to the _ the Comp- el that a large companies, to which and have been loan- it to this practical iffl-rent times banded al 1 the mant ime pow- of the world against us. We have insisted indicates the ,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 4 January 1862

/ V " " ' . . . ' sens:. address •o#iwcl WW issued at : i,W~,d ] the month of June nmand of a handful j gave up hotne and comfort to espouse, in that gloomy hour, tie cause of your bleeding country, struggling with the most cruel and causes* despotism i among men, when peace and proteo- > could no longer be enjoyed bu *t the 1st rate called fur 50,(XK) men tO'Wtve the . ruthless invaders from « «oil made fai&Mifc your labors and consecrated by yónr home*. To that call less than 5,000 responded out ol a male population exceeding 200,000 men— One in forty only stepped forward to defend with their persons and their lives the cause of constitutional libel ty and human rights.— Some allowances are to be made on the score of the want of jpilitary organization; a sup- posed want of arms; the necessary retreat of the ármy southward; the blockade of the river, and the presence of an armed and or- ganized foe. But nearly six monthmhas now elapsed. Tour crops have been tilled j your har...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 4 January 1862

xwm ly he was not >•*«3 :* trial and ,bMS? Apsfff&w over him, "their power to make ! that lis lion and labored to The r , .- „ „ fclw other hand i one of the tn'ost dariftg and is tran-pired since the cum- the war—a deed that will be I over the continent of Europe we is a hatred of the dornineer- i for years been carried on under to him. Tbi# «how a great le and is a disgrace „..J| MRj- abolitionist make s Hon of their man and start out to build up i party to overthrow the administration, ' conservative people remain quiet, " a man who haa done noble ser- l here ünnotloed. A generous v«imuuiuoro Tri<K , an<l the position Mat. i will occupy oa the page of history will be f beyond the reach of the abolitionists" lien aoH Wi8T*«N VisL<unA.-^-&tith*r Troops 'to Charle*ton~-ítderal Troops Leav- (rom |>ubl¡n Depot, Dec. 10, Dispatch, gives late intplli- r, of which the Kanawha, however, has to. this place, with reference, to exigencies in Kestuoky, on or at Charlest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 11 January 1862

'-¿mm k 'a mm sf« • „ ^ ÍÍÍ Y . NEY AT LAW, Dallan County, Alabama. "PKOÍAl. Art'JBNTION TO AW ■Ül and the collection MM _ JSmvMw • IP WW 1,. I aairífR to. | ;íH 3íShíBP1!P Hon. M. D. Graham, Austin, Texiw. W. L. Hill, " " Hon. W. W. Morrlé. Marshall, Texas, vl2n31-lí * ' ■■■■ ■■ Hi . HI . .. ■■■■ WV business 1 the Probate Courts. and the collection of olaiina in any of the coiilitW* of Alaba A T TO 1KN E V AT BeeviUe, Texas. Mv ;r\|i Vif a. aw, wri^JWSSffi^iJBSssi a^£,rsts!siSs.NV"s;.ps.r ss court In any of the l«t- ttam «nj'of the i RVH and the judge of the pro* ■■ appeal or writ of wiw was taken, thitmuth appeal or writ of efror ahaU b« transferred to ÉÉ | " Ú of the Confederate and sftrety. aVreqt HP. PRRIR wrlt'of eirorsueuouttofutid Supreme Court. Abd an autheniio copy of the record, under jfipMN of the district court, «hall be i nl along with suefr bond to the 'd Sfcpranio Oottrt; which, court «hall thereupon pro- s*$ m W* *p ?***«/. ***** hen In any o i e heretofore decide *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 11 January 1862

IRENDKRED. , January .2,1*62, IS of diplo- equal • bill,"it will r down i which it ««stated chat the ¡ n would perish iu ninety days if it by Lope of recognition lie leading powers of Europe, insists, have 110 right to in this eountn; and ditical n -tfaw regarded by at 12 «ral of not read (leaning ofm /prejudice or pa? the members of ' e highest respect, our 8uch as tbajr are, they consideration*, but of the characters of in their public acts, be HMsd by the legis- e mean, those who thus made it the not those who i^JgS 1,517 90 $8,380 45 of theui part « 4,620 00 ■ - f ** ' * •the determination the qüostion the supporters oí this fltAHd $5 ft us to say svertit and . 1-.IIÜÍ.-. ilPlSii t is by this charg§; iat you had, early in the sea- ted «11 the coin in the Treasury and that m t in their inf. liberality of t t> support' will^itol 1 t rw'v " ** , ; . vxr \>A upon outside chant art yourselves in Aur- J®¡§&y on' expect ¡1 pleas oaes to be fed with treasury | thrill of hope t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 11 January 1862

bu ^ L™ ^umi duals suspected oracjmsei of viohitim s of law, by making proper inquiry , the charge or accusation, and rije not sustained by reasonable prc-f. inquiry on your part, and action eit finding a true bill, or in ignoring the c ar«e, you talo away tint motive or pjretext lor iu dividual action, by excited or ov> r zealous persons, or those who<e pnirioftsm is ne- times in advance oi their judgment, and witU wbomacctffitinn of crime and proof i)( guilt are convertible t rms¿í?lif n who e sudden indignation at real or .suppose 1 wrong, prompts them to the infliction of punishment not al- ways merited by the offence, and whose con- demiiiit ons hurriedly made without delibera- tion and due inquiryj are aa likely to award punishment to the innocent as to the guilty. In your investigations you will restrict your action to those offences a< ainst. the Confeder- ate States, and in the Western District of TexBM-éi* ,/ *f Tjae great body of the offences of en to your inquir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 11 January 1862

PvnpiP^Ri^ mm- . < •• - ■ -,-Áf'*y bur led, íiurliijí H*h«S ree and ■Mtá I thil Qiiwy •« K¿ ,JimPr4T In Use In the naraer and To the U rii 'if* H have the from the army of IlKKB va, Id Office* to Vol, of A**l*V AS ACT to provide bh addi ant Adjutant Qoi rio« t of the mmm - * : i $d b the . , that tb«>'«1 ft To provide . It hereby, so whenever battalions of volunteers ta th Confederate Stater «hall consist of not way b«aliowed,intbe die ■■ --'S battalion «o constituted, the lank of lieutenant colonel, s rank of major, •'. > ' 'resident be, and he 1* hereby, au- for the volnnteer force* in the authority of the State of Texas- county-Greeting: IA Wade, on this dav filed hi* court against Henry Wide county, and Barah L. Allen, and Nathaniel N. !en, her husband oe Austin county, in «aid State, aftd otherdefendanU in (hie writ na oed, la ■I • that said defendant , (exaep* the hue- of the females,> and said plaintiff are deviser under the last -will of William F, Wade, dee'd, p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 18 January 1862

*rl(í ^Wñíjp.ti . J*...!« .attention > ,; ai a act as Laud JESSE ' attorney AUSTIN,r Offloe second door west of thé AWb A^tln «'«'y *i; SÉ&Í « V.Oi n the said au witíi the sol the required to book to t>0 "'Wísasssíá shallireqaire th 5 V , te ail,- Bo tr MonÜkBHÉ Wmfflm eat tfceusru , or 5 ' 4®nl ti.+] ¡f«^WÍ4 beliabl^fcir in this iere«f 111 t to'.act, 1 MBfó. f Jrn ^S>«S Tlftéai' ., ■>:: •■". *1 > tf to procuHH hi (-qu¡ Attorney at ta, and General-i Busque county. T«*a>. We lan^andhave cUims paí~ rates. vlln81 tf March-W^Uaft.r ^ É M %Wi ?'r '* % 1 ' " /J ... i 0JSVX&, .. ■■■■■■ Xíiw, Brecha inTeza*. March *;-.;'!''.¡''!T '<!T$-Ííi pStóX" 111 fwé ii>K of tfi be-traed' oír EUsOUm recordé ^dti'r or tbe Htiea éso the gtáiíoral tmnñ otbi;r_woB|(| N tbe Secretary ul copla* at tlie acoordi y boot. Bsc •■#;.:'N this act, mil rigít belli several the benefit of «lid'cotjrtséliors informativo of. tobe ofHRH dollars: one mole ■■■IÉHHíbIüéh rmm~ p gt\in owíií^, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 18 January 1862

agree that Truth: highly i ■ - ■Kin ¡ ined to ■ ■report. r result to the «taWnent of facts ? ""IS moro «imple "Hand ape-jt that not ÍÉ I Ü t were doint report defeñdii *" t,w>nck * *«td it most able Jfc to,who is h it m át the ! adoption ority report tey-MBurn «SB P.JS itehell, Moore. Parssns, ¡v - : Cook, Ora rd~—l^ti C*M Harcour mMrM ^^j^piPIPP^PPiPIPH committee jfho bom the G. B. Erath iik Marion of NAts—Measjy. Erath opposed the veto naxí, of of O of pl^.will ha%.£ «&:■ m 1 If xr&rxr iv v c Ej*? nk P«opl«fs 8 iVor^an- rumors < are unrelia r'a cavalry, toes. leral reconnom IMMB| to the amount c ire s my same, whether They reached 1 Southern ííoatlily,'' publish; lemphis. {3^ work iaope that dWroe. the patron and Bupport of afl true Southern men.— 4' ' with —^essays on ■ejects. &c.. talent and LoBISYIJ.fc: Kentucky baa.. k, formerly at- at Louisville. T uietflfifeHj-Souther en ttuekiter'i ati, Dec. 31—B llirflpere naar th& andíttó.a.u; in force, retiré.5." VH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 18 January 1862

error, ítj ■ 0(1 l* ¡t ■ ! w fe 11$$ A $',V 8. it ÍI m 3h te I re « ry ■ ■f) now ■■ iu the hands oí wberr no munitions soldiers must be fed and clothed and paid in currency while we'take gold arid silver, l'oea not" sound policy" dictate- that money should be kept in the, Tre&su.., hour of our «wuntry history*. ^Should tiif'líl i dues wjiife their is no law paving othei privilege, is it pot placing ourselves in i favorable position than other holders < others «inore Claws. " But the majority say that a bill already passed the\4ouse inakiüg these ¿ the hands of o¿ers so receivable, his is true but al we to say thai ™ &irsrr1^®u"'"m°* 8 L^pjw >'"* This measure fttyt ^etija hanging m very |||j| ....... j, ■ - naV(;r n,C( great doubt, fpr a j the concurrence . last dáy ór two, what would* ', or that of the State if the .Executive w 1 í his course iqvappy by the ¡wtion -.jpt PB«íiea«atatwab w thotíit * * the deterudimtioU of the Seriate 1 The effect not intended was to favo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 18 January 1862

* J ,y. «? i i in the i o( w' I be aWowed, in the li ■fmfflBi Lor he first re ¡hü^H ÉÉÜfli ss ís is «M JT<*«1 iBfll ;#«*"" "~|i jium*mtoat the «g* of «líe of the or Hint may hereafter six months in like «nan ry of the Con to bo issued term and con the second seo ayahla'óft the * provided ,d-'¿ o. 138.) Courts of the ifedorate States of of the act approved tbeiadlela! oí the the tame ■ v*': !* , SOU ?•*>• otf.-«dia«:; _ of the,Confederate State at the provisions of rh «hr>ye- Mmm • y «xtam&í Mrf loiwflflO, «flgaVj ' -- *tfedi ♦'P*OTH)S 1. pMH made applicable to the exportati B «umpeu . "J *<*XiWHftl " -i^afW now our State, ana an- und nmn mm' mMMmemm y which they WIU be go *Wt %S¿ iih the rwfc of mankind t« on a V; , fe • ooentj Mmlmm |pp| wvpry * eoidier, án ^rt fo^ fiegleot of 'tiAl QUtj30riZ0<i to do enact, d Qtrtifi © power i?n w tn wapl . duty, or other 6f urmi Ion to the Export ail .net No es. , approved the 9th Tretura an aót'Sf' ^HpmH 8oeretary .rtf tiie Tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 25 January 1862

tie* As Act ' ¡enter y i í'i . and Counsellors at LMf, and id the 2d Sec. of An ActofPeb. It 1854,'entitled Ah Act to aiHewi the 9th ar,¿ IQth Secaos oí ¿n ArtJto Túfete the It) n<1 Vr*<%Wm ¿ttorpeyawd Com- * i ' té-jaké' sfttf tram w A. 1 ' AJ#¡ Art iupplemeptoi ¡if iiing the issuing of . f mite, Discharge and; claims upon wrtaip condi figtjs. An Act to provide for the sale property belonging to the State now J%i._ hands of tlie Adjutant General, and for tbi payment of the proceeds of such sale ii) money, Treasury warrants or other ,tL,,L ties «fthi Kt«*A f- BP^AfrArtfo^ effective War Marine by the < government. A pending all laws for the colle debtó áM ^hllffies on ! asory notes, bfflit of exctiafatf and tracts fort f. , pKould.lt termiaate before the'date or until othemise provided by law , An Act legalifsiiigpthe action of vai iottsléonn- ty courts in iesiiit&.bari<tefor military pur- pose and pnmdingetMfo*! the Lr- " tion of the shinty; ; . cases of misdemennors...

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