Powers of the President of the United States over the Army and Navy. Preamble and Resolutions Declaring the Powers of the President of the United States over the army and navy, and as to the province of the House of Representatives to control the same. December 3, 1861. U S. House of Representatives.

Powers of the President of the United States over the Army and Navy. Preamble and Resolutions Declaring the Powers of the President of the United States over the army and navy, and as to the province of the House of Representatives to control the same. December 3, 1861.

Washington [D.C.]: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, 1861. 2 pp. 8vo. Removed. First edition. A very good copy with faint dampstain at top edge. Item #36490

37th Congress, 2d Session. Mis. Doc. No. 9. While completely supporting Presidential power over the military, the House "deems it appropriate to express its earnest sense and conviction that in the prosecution of this war no resort, on the one hand, should be had to a plea of 'military necessity' as a cover for any violation of any constitutional right of any citizen of the United States, either in slaves or in any other right of the citizen...." Not in OCLC.

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