war bonds

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TREASURY BONDS NOTES SECRETARY INTEREST CENT ACT JANUARY BANK EXCHANGE ST PAYMENT CERTIFICATES DAY ISSUED PAY BANKS TREASURER AMOUNT RECEIVE ISSUE AUTHORIZED DEPOSITARIES CONFEDERATE

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Exemplary Articles

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Friday, September 02, 1864

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of . . . more

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of f 16, 1861, desiring to exchange them for coupon bonds, will assign them, in the manner pointed out in the printed endorsement on the back of the certificate, to the "Confederate States of America, in exchange for coupon bonds, " and cause them to be presented to the Register of the Treasury Department, who will thereupon, in compliance with the provisions of the act of June 13, 1864, issue coupon bonds for the amount specified in the registered bonds so assigned.

G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of the Treasury. au 29—ts
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Saturday, October 29, 1864

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT. BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of . . . more

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT. BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of May 16, 1861, desiring to exchange them for coupon bonds, will assign them, in the manner pointed out in the printed endorsement on the back of the certificate, to the "Confederate States of America, in exchange for coupon bonds, " and cause them to be presented to the Register of the Treasury Department, who will thereupon, in compliance with the provisions of the act of June 13, 1864, issue coupon bonds for the amount specified in the registered bonds so assigned.

G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of the Treasury. au 29—ts
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Tuesday, November 08, 1864

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of . . . more

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of May 16, 1861, desiring to exchange them for coupon bonds, will assign them, in the manner pointed out in the printed endorsement on the back of the certificate, to the "Confederate States of America, in exchange for coupon bonds, " them to be presented to the Register of the Treasury Department, who will thereupon, in compliance with the provisions of the act of June 13, 1864, issue coupon bonds for the amount specified in the registered bonds so assigned.

G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of the Treasury. au 29—ts
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Thursday, November 24, 1864

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT. BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of . . . more

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT. BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of May 16, 1861, desiring to exchange them for coupon bonds, will assign them, in the manner pointed out in the printed endorsement on the back of the certificate, to the "Confederate States of America, in exchange for coupon bonds, " and cause them to be presented to the Register of the Treasury Department, who will thereupon, in compliance with the provisions of the act of June 13, 1864, issue coupon bonds for the amount specified in the registered bonds so assigned.

G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of the Treasury. au 29—ts
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Monday, January 02, 1865

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS BEARING SIX PER CENT, PER ANNUM. INTEREST AND FREE FROM TAXATION. —By the fourteenth section of the act to reduce the currency, approved February 17, 1864, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to issue the above certificates, payable two years after the ratification of a treaty . . . more

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS BEARING SIX PER CENT, PER ANNUM. INTEREST AND FREE FROM TAXATION. —By the fourteenth section of the act to reduce the currency, approved February 17, 1864, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to issue the above certificates, payable two years after the ratification of a treaty of peace with the United States. They cannot be sold, but are only to be issued to such creditors of the Government as are willing to receive the came in payment of their demands. They must also be given at par, though free from taxation.

The attention of purchasing agents and disbursing officers of the Government is called to this class of public securities as offering peculiar advantages to those from whom the supplies of the Government are bought, and to facilitate the use of them, checks drawn by disbursing officers upon the depositaries holding these funds, and marked across the face "payable in certificates of indebtedness," will be paid in conformity therewith.

Depositaries are hereby authorized and required to comply with this regulation, and to make application to the Register for supplies of certificates as required.

[Signed] G. A. TRENHOLM.
Secretary of Treasury. au 22—ts
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Wednesday, January 11, 1865

Treasury Department,
Confederate States of America,

Richmond, July 28, 1864.

TAXED TREASURY NOTES.—In order to promote, as far as practicable, the early liquidation by the Treasury of the OUTSTANDING TAXED NOTES, the Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and Pay Depositaries in the different States, are hereby authorized to receive the said notes, . . . more

Treasury Department,
Confederate States of America,

Richmond, July 28, 1864.

TAXED TREASURY NOTES.—In order to promote, as far as practicable, the early liquidation by the Treasury of the OUTSTANDING TAXED NOTES, the Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and Pay Depositaries in the different States, are hereby authorized to receive the said notes, except the $100 notes, at 66⅜ per centum, on deposit issuing for same certificates of loan, upon hypothecation of non-taxable bonds. The said certificates to be payable on demand after the expiration of ninety days.

And all agents for the sale of the above bonds are hereby authorized to received the taxed notes, will the exception above named, in payment of bonds, when sold, at the rate of 66 ⅜ per contain.

G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of the Treasury. ja 2—ts
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Saturday, January 14, 1865

TAXED TREASURY NOTES.—In order to promote, as far as practicable, the early liquidation by the Treasury of the OUTSTANDING TAXED NOTES, the Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and Pay Depositaries in the different States, are hereby authorized to receive the said notes, except the $100 notes, at 66⅔ per centum, on . . . more

TAXED TREASURY NOTES.—In order to promote, as far as practicable, the early liquidation by the Treasury of the OUTSTANDING TAXED NOTES, the Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and Pay Depositaries in the different States, are hereby authorized to receive the said notes, except the $100 notes, at 66⅔ per centum, on deposit, issuing for same certificates of loan, upon hypothecation of non-taxable bonds. The said certificates to be payable on demand after the expiration of ninety days.

And all agents for the sale of the above bonds are hereby authorized to receive the taxed notes, with the exception above named, in payment of bonds, when sold, at the rate of 66 ⅔ per centum.

G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of the Treasury. ja 2—ts
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Saturday, January 14, 1865

TAXED TREASURY NOTES.—In order to promote, as far as practicable, the early liquidation by the Treasury of the OUTSTANDING TAXED NOTES, the Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and Pay Depositaries in the different States, are hereby authorized to receive the said notes, except the $100 notes, at 66⅔ per centum, on . . . more

TAXED TREASURY NOTES.—In order to promote, as far as practicable, the early liquidation by the Treasury of the OUTSTANDING TAXED NOTES, the Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and Pay Depositaries in the different States, are hereby authorized to receive the said notes, except the $100 notes, at 66⅔ per centum, on deposit, issuing for same certificates of loan, upon hypothecation of non-taxable bonds. The said certificates to be payable on demand after the expiration of ninety days.

And all agents for the sale of the above bonds are hereby authorized to receive the taxed notes, with the exception above named, in payment of bonds, when sold, at the rate of 66 ⅔ per centum.

G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of the Treasury. ja 2—ts
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Monday, January 16, 1865

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT. BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of . . . more

REGULATIONS FOR CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZING OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT PER CENT. BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1861, TO EXCHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.—Parties owning registered eight per cent. bonds under the act of May 16, 1861, desiring to exchange them for coupon bonds, will assign them, in the manner pointed out in the printed endorsement on the back of the certificate, to the "Confederate States of America, in exchange for coupon bonds, " and cause them to be presented to the Register of the Treasury Department, who will thereupon, in compliance with the provisions of the act of June 13, 1864, issue coupon bonds for the amount specified in the registered bonds so assigned.

G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of the Treasury. ja 2—ts
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Saturday, January 14, 1865

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS BEARING SIX PER CENT. PER ANNUM INTEREST AND FREE FROM TAXATION. —By the fourteenth section of the act to reduce the currency, approved February 17, 1864, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to issue the above certificates, payable two years after the ratification of a treaty . . . more

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS BEARING SIX PER CENT. PER ANNUM INTEREST AND FREE FROM TAXATION. —By the fourteenth section of the act to reduce the currency, approved February 17, 1864, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to issue the above certificates, payable two years after the ratification of a treaty of peace with the United States. They can not be sold, but are only to be issued to such creditors of the Government as are willing to receive the same in payment of their demands. They must also be given at par, though free from taxation.

The attention of purchasing agents and disbursing officers of the Government is called to this class of public securities as offering peculiar advantages to those from whom the supplies of the Government are bought; and to facilitate the use of them, checks drawn by disbursing officers upon the depositaries holding these funds, and marked across the face "payable in certificates of indebtedness," will be paid in conformity therewith.

Depositaries are hereby authorized and required to comply with this regulation, and to make application to the Register for supplies of certificates as required.

[Signed] G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of Treasury. ja 2—ts

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