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Citation: 13 Stat. 751 1861-1865Content downloaded/printed fromHeinOnline (http://heinonline.org)Tue Jul 6 16:40:52 2010-- Your use of this HeinOnline PDF indicates your acceptanceof HeinOnline's Terms and Conditions of the licenseagreement available at http://heinonline.org/HOL/License-- The search text of this PDF is generated fromuncorrected OCR text.
 
APPENDIX.
thousand;
and
whereas
the
operations
of
the
enemy
in
certain states have
rendered
it
impractioble
to
procure
from
them
their
full
quotas
of
troops
under
said
call;
and
whereas,from
the
foregoing
causes,
but
two
hundred
and
forty
thousand
men
havebeen
put
into
the
army,
navy,
and
marine
corps
under
the
saidcall
of
July
18,
1864,
leaving
a
deficiency
on
that
call
of
two
hundred
and
sixty
thousand
(960
000).-
ow,
therefre,
i
AuxANaX
LWmIoDo,
President
of
the
United
States
of
Three
hundred
America,in
order to
supply
the
aforesaiddeficiency,
and
to provide
for
casual-
thousand
vol-
ties
in
the
military
and
naval
service
ofthe United
States,
do
isue
this my
call
for
tan
er.
threehundred
thousand
(800,000)
volunteersto
servefor one,
two,
or
three
year&
The
quotas
of
the
states,
districts,
andsubdistriets, under
this
call,
will
be
assigned
by
theWar
Department
through
the
bureau
of
theprovost-marhalgeneral
of
the
United
States,
and,"in
ease
the
quota
or any part
thereof
of
Draft
tobe
any
town,
township,
ward
of a
city,
precinct,
or
election district,
orof
any
county
made
unless
not
so
subdivided,shall
not
be
filled"
before
the
fifteenth
day
of February,
eighteen hundredand
sixty-five,
then
a
draft
shall
be
made
to
fill
such quota,
or
any
art
thereof,
under
this
eall,
which
may
be
unfilled
on
said
fifteen
day
of
Febru
,1865.
In
testimony
whereof,
I
have
hereunto
set
my
hand,
and
caused
the
seal
of
the
United States
to
be
affixed.
Done
at
the
city
of
Washington, this
nineteenth
day
of
December,
in
the
[L.
9.]
yew
of
our
Lord
onethousand
eight hundred
and
sixty-four,
and
of
the
Independence
of
theUnited
States
the
Meity-ninth.
By
the President:
WM
AM
H.
SEWARD,
Setarp
of
Ste.
No.
2,0.
BY
THE
PRESIDENTOF
THE
UNITED
STATES
OFAMERICA:
Ja.
10,
1M
A
PROCLAMATION.
Wztnz
as
the act
of
congress
of the
28th
of
September,
1850,
entltled
"An
Prable.
act
to
create
additional collectiondistricts
in the
State
of
California,
and
to
chan
1850,
Ch.
79,§
1I.
the
existing
distriets
therein,
and
to
modify
the
existing
colection distrcts
in
the
Vol
ix.
p.
dU.
United
States,"
extends
to
merchandise warehoused
under
bond
the
privilege
ofei
exported
to the
British
North
American
Provinces
adjoining
the
United
States,im
the
manner
prescribed
in
the
act
of
congress
of
the
8dof
March,
1845,
be
Vi.
70
OL0
which
deines
etin
frontier
ports through
whi
rcerchandise
may
be
Vol
v.p
i
exported,
and
furter
provi'des
"that
such
other
prt
situated
on
the
frontiers
of
theUnited
Btates
adjoining
te
British
Nrth
American
Provinces,
as
may
hreafter
be
found
exped'ent,
my
have
extended
to
them
the
like
privileges
on
the
reconmendation
of
the
Seetary
the
he
Treasury,and
proclamationduly
made
by
the
President
of
the
Uni
States,
specily
designating
the
ports
to
which
the
aforesaid
privileges
are
to
be
extended:
Now,
therefore,
I,
ABRAA
LwooLN,
Presidentofthe
United
States
of
St.
Mbaus,
America,
in
accordance
with the
recommendation
of
the
Secretar
7
of
the
Tress-
Vemont.
ury,
do
hereby declare and
proclaim
that
the
port
of
St.
Albans, in
the
State
of
Vemont
is,
and
shall
be,
entitled to
all
the
privileges
in
regard
to
the exporta-tion
of
merchandise
in
bond
to
the British NorthAmericanTrovinces
adjoining
the
United
States,
which
are
extended
totheportsenumerated
in
the
7th
sec-
tion
of the
act
of
congress
of
the
3d
of
March,
1845,
aforesaid,
fiom
and
after
the
date
of
this
proclamation.
In
witnesswhereof,
I
have
hereunto
set
my hand,
and
caused
the
seal
of
the
United States
to
be
affixed.
Done
at
thecity
of
Washington,this
tenth
day
of
January,
in
the
a"
[L.
a.]
of
our
Lord
one thousandeight
hundredand
sixty-five,
and
o
the
Independence
of
the
United
States
of
America
the
eighty-ninth.
ABRAHAM
LINCOLN
.
By
the President:
Wm
I"x
H.
SEWAID,
Secretmi,
of
S
ae.
HeinOnline -- 13 Stat. 751 1861-1865
 
APPENDIX.
No.
26.
F
e,
17,
lIM
BY
THE PBESIDENT
OF
THE
UNITED
STATES
OF
AMERICA
A
PROCLAMATION.
Eatraordharsy
session
of
the
Senate
called
for
Mharc
4,1V"
Wxast
objects
of
interest
to
the
United
States
require
that
the
Senate
should
be
convened
at
twelve
o'clock
on
the
fourth
of
March
next,
to
receive
and
act
upon such
communications
as
may
be
made
to
it
on
the
part
of
the
Executive:
Now,therefore,
I
ABIAxAnx
LINcoLN,
President
of
the
United
States,have
considered
it
to
bemy
duty to
issue
this,
my Proclimation, declaring
that
an
extraordinary
occasion
requires
the Senate
of
the
United States to
convene
for
thetransactionof
business
at
the
Capitol,
in
the
city
of
Washington,
on
the
fourth
day
of
March
next, at
twelve
o'clock
at
noon
on
that
day,
of
which
all who
shall
at
that
time
be
entitled
to
act
as
members
of
that
body
are
hereby
required
to
take
notice.
Given
under
my
handand
the
seal
of
the
United States,
at
Washington,the seventeenth
day
of
February,
in
the
year
of
our
Lord
one thousand
[I.
s.
eight
hundredand
"-.five,
and
of
the
Independence
of the
United
States
of
America the
eighty-ninth.
By
the
President:
W
rLzMX
IL
SmwzAx,
eretWr
Of
Stat&.
1R0.
27.
i
lig.,
BY
THE
PRESIDENT
OF THE
UNITED
STATES
OF
AMERICA:
A
PROCLAMATION.
Preamble.
WHUREAs
the
twenty-first
section
of the
act
of
congress,
approvedon
the
M
eh.
9
§
eL
third
instant,
entitled
"An
act
to
amend
the
several
acts
heretofore passed
to:
provide
for
the
enrollino
and
calling out thenational
forces,
and
for
other
por.
requires
"thaMt andditimon
to
theother
lawful
penalties
of
the
crime
of
Miewn
from
th
military
or
naval
service,
all
persons
who
have deserted
the
military
or
nayal
service
of
the
United
States
who
shall
not return to
said
ser-
vice,
or
report
themselves
to
a
provost-marsal
within sixtydays
after
the
proc-
lamation
hereinafter
mentioned,
shall
be
deemed
and
tsken
to
have voluntarilyrelinquishedand
forfeited
their
rights
of
citizenship
and their
rights
to
become
citizens,
and
such
deserters
shall
be
forever
incapable
of
holding
any
office
of
trust
or
profit
under the
United
States, or
of
exercising
any
rights
of
citizens
thereof;
and
all
petsons
who
shall
hereafter
desert
the
military
or
naval
service,
and
all
persons
who,
being
duly
enrolled, shall
depart
the juri
dictioh
of
the
dis-
trict
in
which
he
is
enrolled,
or
go
.beyond
the
linits
of
tha
Uited
States
with
intentto
avoid
anydraft
into
the military or navalservice,
duly
ordered,
shall
be
liable
to
the penalties
of
this
section.
And
the
President
is
herebyauthor-
ized
and
required
forthwith,
on
the
pama
of
this
act,to
issue his
proclamationsetting forth the
provisions
of
this
section,
in
which
proclamation the President
is
requested to
notify
all deserters
returning
within sixty
daTs
as aforesaid
that
they
shall
be
pardoned on condition
of
returnin to
their
regimenti
and
compa-
nies
or to
such
other
organizations
as
they
maybe
assigned
to,
until
they
shalf
have served
for
a
period-of
time
equal
to
their
original
term
ofenlistment:
"
s
tr
-Now,
therefore,-be
it
known
that
I,
AsBrAxM
LINoOLN,
Presidentof
the
dered
to
return.
United
States,do
issue
thismy
proclamation,
asrequired
by
said
act,
ordering
and
requiring
all
deserters
to
return
to
their
proper
posts
;
and
I
do
herebynotithem
that
all
deserters
who
shall,
within sixty
ays
from
the
date
of
this
procla-mation,
viz:
on
or
before
the
tenth
day
of
May,
1865,
return
to
service
or
re-
Pardon
on
con.
port
themselves
to
a
provost-marshal, shall
be
pardoned,
on condition
that
they
ditlo
, &.
return to their
regiments
and
companies,
or
to such
other
organizations
as
they
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