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    • United States; 1823

    • From the Map Collection. A map of the United States including the "Northwest", "Missouri" and "Arkansaw" territories. The coast of present day California is listed as "Unexplored Country." Scale of 200 miles.
    • 1823
    • Mississippi; 1829

    • From the Map Collection. A map of Mississippi showing counties in the south and west of the state and territory belonging to Indians in the northeast. Scale of 80 miles. "Published by A. Finley Philad." The map is backed with canvas.
    • 1829
    • South American States. New Grenada & Venezuela.; circa 1865

    • From the Map Collection. A map of the South American States of New Grenada and Venezuela. Scale of 100 geographical miles and 100 British miles. "A Fullerton & Co. Edinburgh, London, and Dublin. Engraved by J. Bartholomew, Edin."
    • 1860; 1861; 1862; 1863; 1864; 1865; 1866; 1867; 1868; 1869; 1870
    • House Bill, No. 2; 20 January 1863

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to declare what persons shall be exempt from military service." By Mr. Miles, from the Committee on Military Affairs; Read first and second times, made special order for tomorrow, 21st January, and from day to day...
    • 1863-01-20
    • House Bill; 11 December 1863

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to allow commissioned officers of the army rations and the privilege of purchasing clothing from the Quartermaster's Department." By Mr. Miles; December 11, 1863 - Read first and second times, and referred to...
    • 1863-12-11
    • House Bill; 04 January 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act repealing existing, and regulating future, exemptions from military service." By Mr. Miles; Postponed, placed on the Calendar, and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 04...
    • 1864-01-04
    • House Bill; 05 January 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to increase the efficiency of the army by the employment of free Negroes and slaves in certain capacities." By Mr. Miles, from the Military Committee; Read first and second times, placed upon the calendar, and...
    • 1864-01-05
    • House Bill, No. 93; 16 May 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act for the organization of the Bureau of Conscriptions, and the appointment of officers in said Bureau." By Mr. Miles; Read first and second times and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs by the Congress of the...
    • 1864-05-16
    • House Bill, No. 176; 08 November 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to authorize the consolidation of companies, battalions and regiments." By Mr. Miles; Read first and second times, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs by the Congress of the Confederate States of...
    • 1864-11-08
    • House Bill, No. 233; 28 November 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to consolidate and amend the laws relative to impressments." By Mr. Miles; Read first and second times, referred to a Special Committee of one from each State, and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the...
    • 1864-11-28
    • House Bill, No. 303; 29 December 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act for the further Organization of the Field Artillery of the Confederate States." By Mr. Miles; Read first and second times; postponed; special order (continuing) after existing special orders; to be printed by the...
    • 1864-12-29
    • House Bill, No. 319; 03 January 1865

    • A Bill: More effectually to prevent and punish Absenteeism and Desertion in the Army. By Mr. Miles, Military Committee; Read first and second times; continuing special order after last special orders; to be printed by the Congress of the...
    • 1865-01-03
    • House Bill, No. 320; 03 January 1865

    • A Bill: To change the mode of filling Vacancies among Commissioned Officers of Companies, Battalions and Regiments. By Mr. Miles, Military Committee; Read first and second times; special order after last special order, and from day to day; to be...
    • 1865-01-03
    • Resolutions; 11 January 1865

    • Resolutions: Resolved, That, under the Constitution, Congress alone has the power to declare war, and the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, the power to make a treaty of peace. By Mr. Miles; Referred to Committee on...
    • 1865-01-11

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