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A compilation of the messages and papers of the confederacy
Confederate States of America. President
|Statement||published by permission of Congress by James D. Richardson.|
|Contributions||Richardson, James D. 1843-1914.|
|LC Classifications||E487 .C746|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||05022608|
It presents the question whether discontented individuals, too few in numbers to control administration according to organic law in any case, can always, upon the pretenses made in this case, or on any other pretenses, or arbitrarily without any pretense, break up their government, and thus practically put an end to free government upon the earth. I herewith transmit for your information a communication from the Secretary of War, covering a copy of the report by General G. In response to your resolution of the 2d ultimo, relative to the impressment of slaves, I herewith transmit a communication from the Secretary of War, which conveys all the information I have on the subject. Additionally, the first volume contains biographical sketches of Jefferson Davis pg. At the beginning they knew they could never raise their treason to any respectable magnitude by any name which implies violation of law. But if the common supply now distributed among all is diminished for the purpose of enabling any one State to add to the supplies furnished her own troops, the effect will be pernicious to an extent that can scarcely be appreciated in advance.
In response to your resolution of the 23d ultimo, I herewith transmit and invite your attention to a communication from the Secretary of War, relative to the "appointment under an act approved June 14,providing for the establishment and payment of claims for a certain description of property taken or informally impressed for the use of the Army. At the session of Congress beginning in December,took decided and unequivocal grounds in opposition to secession, and on December 13 introduced a joint resolution proposing to amend the Constitution so as to elect the President and Vice-President by district votes, Senators by a direct popular vote, and to limit the terms of Federal judges to twelve years, the judges to be equally divided between slaveholding and non-slaveholding States. If all the States save one should assert the power to drive that one out of the Union, it is presumed the whole class of seceder politicians would at once deny the power and denounce the act as the greatest outrage upon State rights. In other words, I grade softcover books against other softcover books on the market. The result would then be to bring all the States back to the same condition in which they now are — that is to say, each possessing its fair share of the advantages derived from the tonnage used by the Confederate Government. These considerations seem fully to justify the presumption that the law of population above stated will continue to act with undiminished effect through at least the next half century, and that thousands of persons who have already arrived at maturity and are now exercising the rights of freemen will close their eyes on the spectacle of more than , of population embraced within the majestic proportions of the American Union.
In that message the President admitted the difficulty of bringing back the operations of the Government to the construction of the Constitution set up inand marked it as an admonitory proof of the necessity of guarding that instrument with sleepless vigilance against the authority of precedents which had not the sanction of its most plainly defined powers. In supported Hugh L. In this respect the relation of person predominates so far as to render it doubtful whether the private right of property can consistently and beneficially be continued, and it would seem proper to acquire for the public service the entire property in the labor of the slave, and to pay therefor due compensation rather than to impress his labor for short terms; and this the more especially as the effect of the present law would vest this entire property in all cases where the slave might be recaptured after compensation for his loss had been paid to the private owner. A disproportionate share of the Federal muskets and rifles had somehow found their way into these States, and had been seized to be used against the Government. When Congress met, the Senate refused to ratify the suspension. One still remains—its successful maintenance against a formidable internal attempt to overthrow it.
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This opinion is shared by every Executive Department that has been intrusted with the execution of these laws and regulations, and thus enabled to form a judgment based on observation and experience. But suppose that precisely the same act, instead of being called "driving the one out," should be called "the seceding of the others from that one," it would be exactly what the seceders claim to do, unless, indeed, they make the point that the one, because it is a minority, may rightfully do what the others, because they are a majority, may not rightfully do.
At this point the insurrectionists announced their purpose to enter upon the practice of privateering. In was appointed by the county court a trustee of Rhea Academy, and about this time participated in the debates of a society at Greeneville College.
All telegraph operators, workmen in mines, professors, teachers, engineers, editors and employees of newspapers, journeymen printers, shoemakers, tanners, blacksmiths, millers, physicians, and the numerous other classes mentioned in the laws cannot in the nature of things be equally necessary in their several professions, nor distributed throughout the country in such proportions that only the exact numbers required are found in each locality; nor can it be everywhere impossible to replace those within the conscript age by men older and less capable of active field services.
Any concession, therefore, made on this point is in effect the loss of an interest which is the common property of all the States for the joint gain of a single State and of a private capitalist.
The nation purchased with money the countries out of which several of these States were formed. I herewith transmit for your information a communication from the Secretary of War, covering copies of several additional reports of military operations. But while the present is bright with promise and the future full of demand and inducement for the exercise of active intelligence, the past can never be without useful lessons of admonition and instruction.
At the beginning of the present Presidential term, four months ago, the functions of the Federal Government were found to be generally suspended within the several States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida, excepting only those of the Post-Office Department.
This choice was made, and was declared in the inaugural address.
It was with the deepest regret that the Executive found the duty of employing the war power in defense of the Government forced upon him. The whole of the laws which were required to be faithfully executed were being resisted and failing of execution in nearly one-third of the States.
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I respectfully ask your attention to sundry suggestions of improvements in the settlement of accounts, especially as regards the large sums of outstanding arrears due to the Government, and of other reforms in the administrative action of his Department which are indicated by the Secretary; as also to the progress made in the construction of marine hospitals, custom-houses, and of a new mint in California and assay office in the city of New York, heretofore provided for by Congress, and also to the eminently successful progress of the Coast Survey and of the Light-House Board.
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The whole was immediately laid before Lieutenant-General Scott, who at once concurred with Major Anderson in opinion. Rather heavy wear to clothwith corners bumped and turned in, scattered rubbing, spines sunned and rubbed, and small tears to spines.
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Yielding to partial and temporary departures, from necessity, this is the leading object of the Government for whose existence we contend.
It provided that civil officers should remain in office until the confirmation of their successors; that the members of the Cabinet should be removed only with the consent of the Senate, and that when Congress was not in session the President could suspend but not remove any official, and in case the Senate at the next session should not ratify the suspension the suspended official should be reinducted into his office.
Lest there be some uneasiness in the minds of candid men as to what is to be the course of the Government toward the Southern States after the rebellion shall have been suppressed, the Executive deems it proper to say it will be his purpose then, as ever, to be guided by the Constitution and the laws, and that he probably will have no different understanding of the powers and duties of the Federal Government relatively to the rights of the States and the people under the Constitution than that expressed in the inaugural address.
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If we now recognize this doctrine by allowing the seceders to go in peace, it is difficult to see what we can do if others choose to go or to extort terms upon which they will promise to remain.
The Kansas-Nebraska bill received his earnest support. By the regulations, as now existing, half the tonnage of all the vessels engaged in the trade has been conveyed to the use of the Confederacy.
You will perceive from the report of the Secretary of the Interior that opinions which have often been expressed in relation to the operation of the land system as not being a source of revenue to the Federal Treasury were erroneous.
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