A bill to amend an act to organize forces to serve during the war

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Amendment to the bill offered by Mr. J.M. Smith, to amend the Act to organize forces to serve during the war [FACSIMILE]: Confederate States of America.

Get this from a library. A bill to amend an act to organize forces to serve during the war. [Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives.]. At head of title: (House bill, no. ) House of Representatives, Decem Read first and second times, ordered to be printed, and made special order from day to day after last special order.

A bill to amend the act entitled "An act to organize forces to serve during the war," approved Feb. 17, A bill to amend an act to organize forces to serve during the war. By Confederate States of : Confederate States of America.

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Army Publisher [Richmond: s.n.]Pages: An Act to amend an act entitled "An act to raise an additional military force to serve during the war," approved May eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, and for. Forces Bill contains provision to renew the Act until the end of The Act introduced a single system of law that applies to all service personnel.

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The bill would have amended Title. Gentlemen of the House of Representatives: Having maturely considered the Bill to alter and amend an Act entitled an Act to ascertain and fix the military establishment of the United States which was presented to me on the twenty second day of this Month I now return it to the House of Representatives, in which it originated with my objections.

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