Confeder

Con`fed´er

    (kǒn`fĕd´ẽr)
v. i.1.To confederate.
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Conspirators be they that do confeder or bind themselves by Oath, Covenant, or other Alliance, that every of them shall aid and support the Enterprise of [sic] each other falsely and maliciously to indict, or cause to be indicted [or falsely to acquit people] [sic] or falsely to move or maintain Pleas; and also such as cause Children within Age to appeal Men of Felony, whereby they are imprisoned and sore grieved; and such as retain Men with their Liveries or Fees for to maintain their malicious Enterprises....
Whereas Confederate cotton bonds traded in London and Confederate bonds traded in Amsterdam began a months' long plunge of over 30% after Gettysburg, the gold values of domestic Confederate bonds and Confeder ate currency actually remain quite stable between August and November 1863.

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