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ISNI: 
0000 0000 7392 6470
Name: 
James A. Seddon
James Alexander Seddon (US-amerikanischer Politiker, Kriegsminister der Konföderierten)
James Seddon (American lawyer and politician)
James Seddon (Amerikaans politicus)
James Seddon (amerikansk advokat och politiker)
James Seddon (amerikansk advokat og politikar)
James Seddon (amerikansk advokat og politiker)
Seddon, James A.
Seddon, James Alexander
Седдон, Джеймс
Џејмс Седон
جیمز سدن (سیاست‌مدار و وکیل آمریکایی)
ジェイムズ・セドン
Dates: 
1815-1880
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Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)
Confederate States of America. Bureau of Conscription
Confederate States of America. War Department
Confederate States of America. War Dept
Cooper, Samuel (1798-1876)
Myers, Abraham C.
Northrop, Lucius Bellinger (1811-1894)
Preston, John Smith (1809-1881)
Trenholm, George Alfred (1806-1876)
Watts, T. H. (1819-1892)
Watts, Thomas Hill (1819-1892)
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Circular. Confederate States of America, War Department, Richmond, Va., December 10, 1863.
Communication from secretary of war ... Dec. 17, 1863, [transmitting a report from Colonel J.S. Preston, chief of the Conscript bureau, of the number of exempts in the Confederate States in which they reside, and the reasons for the exemption from military service]
Communication from secretary of war [enclosing the orders of impressment together with the instructions and regulations under the same, recently issued by the War Department on any bureau thereof]
Communication from the secretary of war, [covering copies of regulations and orders relative to the payment of assessments of damages made by commanding officers in the field]
Communication from the secretary of war ... March 25, 1863, [enclosing a copy of the orders published by the department in pursuance of the act of Congress, to protect the rights of owners of slaves taken by or employed in the army]
Communication of the secretary of war ... Feb. 4, 1864 [enclosing a communication of the assistant quartermaster general relative to the delivery of the "tax in kind" at the government depots by the producers.
Communication of the secretary of war [relative to the passports which have been issued to certain youths to leave the Confederate States]
[Communications from the secretary of war relative to the number of men liable to conscription removed from the commissary and headquarter's departments to give place to disabled soldiers]
Correspondence between the secretaries of war and the treasury, on the subject of a deficiency of funds.
House of Representatives, November 29, 1864
Letter from secretary of war [transmitting a letter from the quartermaster general, requesting that the amount estimated by him as required to pay for horses of volunteers be increased to four millions of dollars]
Letter of secretary of war, [submitting two letters of the quartermaster general relative to the amount of money expended in the payment of the army of the Trans-Mississippi department since the assignment of Gen. E.K. Smith to the command]
Letter of secretary of war, War Department, Richmond, Dec. 16, 1864, [relative to contracts made by the War department, in the Trans-Mississippi department, for supplies of any sort to be paid for in cotton]
Message of the president, Richmond, Va., May 28, 1864
Regulations for the army of the Confederate States, 1864. Revised and enlarged with a new and copious index.
[Report of the Adjutant and Inspector General in regard to findings of the general court martial held at headquarters, Richmond, for the month of January, in the cases of persons charged with desertion and absence without leave.
Senate, December 23, 1863, referred to committee on Military Affairs, January 21, 1864
Speech of Hon. J. A. Seddon, of Virginia, on the action of the executive in relation to California. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 23, 1850.
Speech of Hon. Jas. A. Seddon, of Virginia, on the President's message of August 6, 1850, concerning Texas and New Mexico.
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