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1st of January American amount Anna Ella Carroll Army authorities Bank of England bonds Bragg Brownsville camp campaign Captain Clous cattle cavalry cent Chairman circulation citizens Clark coin Colgate Colonel Shafter command committee Congress convertible crossed currency debt demand Department deposits Diaz dollars Ewing exports fact force foreign Fort Brown Fort Clark Fort Duncan Fort Henry frontier fund gold and silver greenbacks gunboats Hardenbergh horses hundred millions Indians infantry issue legal-tender notes Lieutenant Lieutenant-Colonel Shafter maintain Marsh Matamoras memorialist Memphis ment Mexican Mexico miles military Miss Carroll Mississippi national banks officers paper money party Phillips present question raiders raids Railroad ranches redeem redemption regiments reserve resumption act Secretary of War Secretary Sherman Senate side specie payments Stewart Tennessee River Texas tion Treasury United States notes Vermilye Warner
Page 11 - SIR : I have the honor to report, for the information of the major-general commanding, that the situation here is not improving since my last report.
Page 3 - AN ACT To enable the State of Arkansas, and other States, to reclaim the Swamp Lands within their limits.
Page 22 - July, 1862, which is to be set apart as a sinking fund, and the interest of which shall in like manner be applied to the purchase or payment of the public debt as the Secretary of the Treasury shall from time to time direct.
Page 31 - This exceeds by $i,000,000,000 the combined resources of the Bank of England, the Bank of France, the Bank of Russia, the...
Page 93 - Nashville, while you throw the mass of your forces by rapid marches, by Cumberland Gap or Walker's Gap, on Knoxville, in order to occupy the railroad at that point, and thus enable the loyal citizens of Eastern Tennessee to rise, while you at the same time cut off the railway communication between Eastern Virginia and the Mississippi.
Page 271 - The history of what we are in the habit of calling the " state of trade " is an instructive lesson. We find it subject to various conditions which are periodically returning ; it revolves apparently in an established cycle. First we find it in a state of quiescence, — next improvement, — growing confidence, — prosperity, — excitement, — overtrading, — convulsion, — pressure, — stagnation, — distress, — ending again in quiescence.
Page 98 - Conestoga, and sixteen mortar-boats; one iron-clad gunboat being at Nashville, one guarding Columbus and Hickman, and two wooden boats up the Tennessee; while the Essex, Commander Porter, is repairing at St. Louis, We have all the mortar-boats that we...
Page 120 - ... which the authorities are directing their attention. On that river many battles must be fought, and heavy risks incurred, before any impression can be made on the enemy, all of which could be avoided by using the Tennessee River. This river is navigable for...
Page 312 - Ord, commanding in Texas, to invite such cooperation on the part of the local Mexican authorities, and to inform them that while the President is anxious to avoid giving offense to Mexico, he is nevertheless convinced that the invasion of our territory by armed and organized bodies of thieves and robbers to prey upon our citizens should not be longer endured.