Seizure of forts, arsenals, revenue cutters, and other property of the United States.

by United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on the Special Message of the President of January 8, 1861

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Other titlesSeizure of forts, arsenals, etc
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination94 p.
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15622240M

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Alleged hostile organization against the government within the District of Columbia. and other property of the United States.

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Relative to the correspondence between the President and the Commissioners on the part of the State of South Carolina. Seizure of forts, arsenals, revenue cutters and other property of the United States, Fort Sumter, Civil War; 8vo; pages. Naval force of the United States--where stationed, &c Relative to the correspondence between the President and the commissioners on the part of the state of South Carolina Seizure of forts, arsenals, revenue cutters, and other property of the United States.

WCW Of utmost importance, the South’s “forcible seizure of arsenals, mints, revenue-cutters, and other property of the common government, and the attack and capture of Fort Sumter, put an end to argument as well as to the spirit of conciliation, and aroused a feeling of exasperation which nothing but the arbitrament of arms could.

hundred and twenty-lour guns. These forts are hot only held against the United States, but two others are closely besieged, and assault is every day threatened.

The arsen-als, thearm«;, the revenue cutters, the custom-houses, the post offices, tliu mints, the money, and even the hospitals* of the United States are seized and held with impunity. Search through our curated collections of Documents.

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Race and Equality. ch. other property of the United States have been seized, and other vio-Post, p lations of law have been committed and are threatened by organized PoGt, c. bodies of men in several of the States, and a conspiracy has been en-tered into to overthrow the.

I never found any info on any debates concerning the ceding of the property. Probably because it was simply standard procedure (not to mention federal law) on how Federal property was aquired within States. And other property of the United States. book applied not only to Forts, but land for arsenals.

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