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Wm. V. James | Check | 35.00
Annie H. Cummings | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 3.57
John Cajoy | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 26.31
Susan D. Brown | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Jennie Campton | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Elizabeth Haviland | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Mary S. Douglas | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Beckie Moses | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
James J. Taylor | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Joseph W. Allen | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Daniel W. Fry | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Elizabeth W. Thomas | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
John W. Adams | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 18.82
Miss e. T. Clark | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Thomas H. Rice | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Samuel Bevans | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Carrie E. Cummings | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Henrietta E. Fletcher | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Julianna Wilson | Cash | 20.00
Mary J. Barker | Check | 20.00
Mary E. Ferguson | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 20.00
Virginia P. Taylor | " [[ditto for: Check]] | 14.00
Thomas J. Miller | - | 16.36
Martha J. Smith | - | 20.30
Ellen L. Watts | - | 25.31
James L. Jenkins | - | 4.00
For revenue stamps | - | .86
J. Q. Crosby | Cash | 5.62 balance on books
[[total]] | - | $918.90

Very Respectfully Yours
Genl. Supt. of Education

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697

Bureau Refugees Freedmen and Abandoned Lands
Office Superintendent of Education D.C.
Washington, March 16th 1870.

[[underlined]] Smith  Miss Lucinda [[/underlined]] 
Tracy's Landing, Md.

Miss;

You should order books of Messrs. Cushings & Bailey, 262 Baltimore St. Baltimore, and be very particular to give directions as to how you want them sent, for they will be sent at your risk, and

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the amount will be deducted from your salary.  When you send your order you must enclose this letter.

Very Respectfully Yours
Bvt. Major and Supt. of Educati
Bvt. Major and Supt. of Education
per J. Q. Crosby.

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698

Bureau Refugees Freedmen and Abandoned Lands
Office Superintendent of Education D.C.
Washington, March 16th 1870.

[[underlined]] Lowell  Mrs. C. R. [[/underlined]] 
West New Brighton, N.Y.

Madam,

Major Vanderlip is absent, and will not return before April 1st.

I enclose teachers book bills as you request and think they all understand that these bills are to be deducted from their salaries.  I will write to the Supt. about sending a teacher to Federalsburg, in place of Miss Iredell.  He has lately visited that section and is better informed as to how large a school can be gathered there than I am.

The Superintendent at Richmond, Mr. Manly will give you information respecting schools in the country places of Virginia.  There are quite a number of pupils in this city attending Normal Schools who are desirous of teaching in Maryland during vacation, and we hope you will be able to aid them.  They will want to go to the field about the 1st of July.

All your new teachers have been instructed to report to you.

Is Miss Hall still at Chesapeake City?  We can get no word from her.

Very Respectfully Yours
Clerk.

P.S.  I have just discovered that arrangements have been made for transferring one of Col. Corson's teachers to Federalsburg.

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699

Bureau Refugees Freedmen and Abandoned Lands
Office Superintendent of Education D.C.
Washington, March 16th 1870.

[[underlined]] Gloucester  Miss Josephine [[/underlined]] 
Elkton, Md.

Miss
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