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Published by s.n. in Richmond? .
Written in English


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Pagination4 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL24600407M

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An act to prohibit the importation of luxuries, or of articles not necessaries or of common use. By Confederate States of America. Abstract. 4 p. Topics: Foreign trade Author: Confederate States of America. But a full understanding of the policy of your predecessors can be attained only by taking into consideration another act passed on the same day, and entitled "An act to prohibit the importation of luxuries or of articles not necessaries or of common use. " This last-mentioned act actually prohibited during the pending war the importation of. An Act to amend an act entitled "An act to prohibit the importation of luxuries or of articles not necessaries or of common use," approved February sixth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four. So much of the act of Feb. 6, , (ante. p. , ch. 24,) as forbids the importation of prepared vegetables, fruits, meats, &c., repealed. All Goods and Merchandize whose Importation into His Majesty's said Territories in America, shall not be entirely prohibited, may freely, for the purposes of Commerce, be carried into the same in the manner aforesaid, by the Citizens of the United States, and such Goods and Merchandize shall be subject to no higher or other Duties than would be.

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