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War-date broadside “AN ACT To Perpetuate Testimony in cases of Slaves Abducted or Harbored by the Enemy, and of other Property Seized, Wasted, or Destroyed by them. No. 270.” August 30, 1861, 1pp. quarto, and reads in part: “...The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That when any slave or slaves owned by a citizen of the Confederate States ...shall be, or may have been abducted or harbored by the enemy, or by any person or persons acting under the authority, or color of authority of the United States government, or engaged in the military or naval service thereof...adduce proof, oral or written, of the fact of such ownership and abduction or harboring...Thatthe provisions of this act shall not be construed as implying that the Confederate States are in any way liable to make compensation for any of the property to which it refers...” Fine condition.
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The Confederate Government is Not Liable for Kidnapped Slaves

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