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Mississippi:

LAWS OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, PASSED AT A CALLED SESSION OF THE MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, HELD IN COLUMBUS, FEBRUARY AND MARCH, 1865.

J.J. Shannon., Meridian, Miss.: 1865 71, [1 blank] pp. Original printed wrappers, stitched, partly uncut. Some chipping to upper corners, moderately foxed. Else Very Good. One of the last Mississippi confederate imprints. Among its Acts are the emancipation of the "male slave Loyd," for his bravery on the field of battle in recovering the body of his mortally wounded master; and an Act authorizing the governor to call out the militia to arrest deserters from the Confederate army; Resolutions urge the return to active duty of General Joseph Johnston, and thank Nathan Bedford Forrest for his decision to have stragglers and absentees returned to their commands. FIRST EDITION. P&W 3297. Crandall 1664.


Book Id: 12930

Price: $250.00

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