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Instructions: To Tax Collectors in reference to the return of Estimates of Tax in Kind in certain cases. From Thompson Allan, Commissioner of Taxes, approved by G. A. Trenholm, Secretary of Treasury.

06 January 1865

By C. G. Memminger, Secretary of Treasury; Includes An Act to Reduce the Currency and to Authorize a New Issue of Notes and Bonds.

22 February 1864

To The Commissioners Appointed to Receive Subscriptions to the Produce Loan from C. G. Memminger, Secretary of Treasury.

15 October 1861

Message of the President to the Senate and House of Representatives; Includes Letter of the Secretary of the Treasury, C. G. Memminger, Statement of the Postmaster General, John H. Reagan, and an Estimate of the Amount, Robert Tyler, Register of the Treasury.

15 January 1863

Message of the President to the Senate and House of Representatives; Includes Letter of the Secretary of the Treasury, C. G. Memminger and Estimate of Appropriations, C. T. Jones, Acting Register.

11 December 1863

Message of the President to the Senate and House of Representatives; Includes Letter of the Secretary of the Treasury, G. A. Trenholm, Letter of Attorney General, Geo. Davis, and Estimates of Additional Appropriations, Ro. Tyler, Register.

December 1864

Notice to Depositaries of the Treasury.

23 March 1864

To the President and Directors of the Bank of ____ from the Secretary of Treasury. Not signed or addressed.

14 March 1864

Regulations as to Certificates of Indebtedness, by the Secretary of Treasury, C. G. Memminger.

05 May 1864

The following regulations are established in relation to the receipt of Four per cent Bonds and Certificates offered in payment for Texas, by C. G. Memminger, Secretary of Treasury.

23 March 1864

Regulations in relation to the issue of Certificate for Bonds and Registered Stock; Includes and Act to authorize the issue of Bonds for funding Treasury Notes, and An Act to reduce the rate of Interest on the Funded Debt of the Confederate States.

25 February 1863

The following regulations are prescribed for the government and directions of all officers of the Revenue, to carry into effect the provisions of the Act to prohibit the importation of luxuries, or of articles not necessary or of common use; Includes list of Articles, Manufactures of Cotton, Manufacturers of Flax, Manufacturers of Wool and Manufacturers of Silk.

12 March 1864

Regulations to authorize the Depositaries of the Treasury to receive balances in the hands of Post-Masters in the Confederate States.

12 March 1864

To Hon. A. H. Stephens, President of the Senate from C. G. Memminger, Secretary of the Treasury.

02 May 1864

Report of the Secretary of the Treasury to the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Includes Report of the Commissioner of Taxes to Attorney General.

07 November 1864

Report on the Condition of Government Cotton, Contiguous to the Mississippi and its Tributaries.

17 May 1864

Response of the Secretary of the Treasury To the Resolution of the Senate of the 5th December 1864, respecting Operations under the Act to impose Regulations upon the Foreign Commerce of the Confederate States.

12 December 1864

Special Report. Confederate States of America, Treasury Department. Regarding donations to the Confederate States from Churches and a suggestions to use the funds for the sick and wounded.

24 July 1861

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