Legislation. Mississippi. An act to prevent the distillation of spirituous liquors (Approved April 5, 1864)

Letter from B. T. Owen to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 22, 1864
Petition from Andrew Gibb to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 24, 1864
Letter from Judge Robert S. Hudson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; October 26, 1864
Petition; November 8, 1864
Statements and bond; October 31, 1864
Letter from Robert C. Miller to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 22, 1865
Letter from W. A. Strong to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 17, 1865
Petition to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 4, 1865
Bonds of Albion Ames, M. F. Ames, and W. James; 1864
Bonds of Andrew Gibb, Isaac J. Fouché, and Noah D. Link; August 24, 1864
Bonds of William Coulter, Thomas Pope, and H. A. McLeod; August 24, 1864
Bonds of D. W. McInnis, John M. McRaney, and Hardy Pittman; October 5, 1864
Bonds of J. A. Viser, R. E. Eskridge, and D. J. Sally; September 10, 1864
Bonds of John B. Carpenter, E. H. Hicks, and M. Eiseman; September 17, 1864
Bond of William H. Cassell, A. H. Ford, and William C. Jones; October 4, 1864
Bonds of John W. Sanders, G. S. Fox, and S. W. Bryan; July 25, 1864
Bonds of W. H. Brister, P. D. Woods, and T. A. Lewis; July 1864
Bonds of G. W. Humphreys, D. G. Humphreys, and B. Humphreys; October 1864
Bonds of W. M. Strickland, Thomas D. Isom, and George D. Fee; October 18, 1864
Letter from U. B. Tabor to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; December 8, 1871
Letter from Mrs. William Hoover to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; May 20, 1874
Letter from Mrs. McDonough to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; March 25, 1875