1862 CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - RESOLUTIONS OF FLORIDA

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Doc. No. X. Richmond: William Ritchie, State printer, 1863. 33pp., measuring 5.125 x 8.75". Lightly yellowed round the margins, while exhibiting tiny intermittent specks, and small light water-staining the lower right corner. Else VG to fine.

Present full text of Florida's "Resolution in relation to the present War," approved December 11, 1862, "that Florida, one of the first states to secede from the old Union, will be one of the last to lay down its arms, and in the impending struggle will stand by her sister states to the last man and the last musket, until peace is established on the basis of a separate nationality, and the independence of the Confederate States is unconditionally acknowledged by the United States.

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