CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - 1864 VETO MESSAGE REGARDING ACT TO ESTABLISH A VETERAN'S SOLDIERS HOME

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Richmond: February 1, 1864. Single sheet, 2 pp., signed in type. Measures 5 3/4" x 9 1/2". Minor edge chipping; light age yellowing, mostly at edges. Dated handwritten in pencil, "Feb 11, 1864".

CS President Jefferson Davis vetoes an act to establish a Veteran's Soldiers Home. "To The House of Representatives of the Confederate States of America: Having carefully considered the act entitled "An act to provide for wounded and disabled officers, soldiers, and seamen, an asylum to be called 'The Veteran Soldiers' Home', I feel constrained to return it, with my objections, to the House of Representatives. . . . in providing the means for effectuating that object, it enacts provisions which, in my judgement, are unwarranted by the Constitution."

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