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9.13.69. | 94 * Matthews, J.H. | 23 Wayne St. Baltimore, Md.  Sept. 10th 1869.  Applies for appointment as teacher.  

9.15.69. | 95 * Morris Susan | 9 Angle St. Providence, R.I.  Sept. 13th 1869.  Renews her application for reappointment as teacher at Oak Hill, Md.

9.18.69. | 96 * Maddox, E.J. | Powhatan Court House, Va.  Sept. 15th 1869.  Requests to be furnished with book on Country School Houses and Churches.

9.21.69. | 97. * McComas, G.M.  E.B.#235 Vol.1.1869. | Baltimore, Md.  Sept. 18th 1869.  Encloses bills for material and labor amounting to $137.02/100, used in construction of School-house at Hendon Hill, Harford Co. Md.  Hopes that the Bureau will allow the people at least $100 of this sum.  States that there is a place named Fairview, about three miles from Hendon Hill, where a school has been kept in a damp cellar:  that they have the ground for school-house, and some funds.  Inquires if material can be furnished them?

9.25.69. | 98. * McComas, G.M. | Baltimore, Md.  Sept. 24th 1869.  States in reply to letter of the 23d inst. that the material for the desks is not yet purchased:  that the material would be but a small item:  it is the work that costs.  Inquires if he shall see what the material for desks will cost, and add the cost of singles, lime &c.?

- | 99. * McComas, G.M. | Baltimore, Md.  Sept. 30th 1869.  States in reply to letter of the 29th inst. that he has forwarded the letter with instructions:  that Rev. [[underlined]] Geo. Dougherty [[/underlined]] of Bel Air, is the principal trustee:  that he has ordered to have the Desks made as early as possible, &c. &c.

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10.4.69. | 100 * Matthews, W.H. | Martinsburg, W. Va.  Oct. 2d 1869.  States in reply, that Miss [[underlined]] Brackett [[/underlined]] will open school in a few days:  that their school-house is too small.  Inquires if some means cannot suggested by which the children call all be accommodated.

10.9.69. | 101 * Mitchell, James & other School Trustees | St. Michaels, Talbot Co. Md.  Oct. 6th 1869.  State that they are in great need of school-desks, and request to be furnished with two dozen.

11.2.69. | 102 * Macomber, Miss H.S.  Prin. N.E. Friends M. Schools | Washington, D.C.  Nov. 2d 1869.  Forwards School reports for September.  Requests to be furnished with blanks.

11.30.69. | 103 * McComas, G.M. | 9 South Liberty St. Baltimore, Md.  Nov. 29th 1869.  Returns vouchers signed.

12.2.69. | 104 * Morse, Wm. S. | Washington, D.C.  Nov. 27th 1869.  Recommends that aid be furnished [[underlined]] Robt. Terrell [[/underlined]] & others in establishing a Sunday school at Kendall Green.  Endorsed by [[underlined]] John F. Cook [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] J.S.H. Winfield. [[/underlined]]

12.7.69. | 105 Morris, Susan  Teacher | Poolsville, Montgomery Co. Md.  Dec. 2d 1869.  Requests to be supplied with books to the amount of $2.31/100, which will balance her account to Dec. 1st.

12.28.69. | 106 * Morsell, Joshua & James | Huntingtown, Calvert Co. Md.  Dec. 19th 1869.  State that their teacher neglects his pupils, and is in the habit of leaving his school &c.  Request to have another teacher sent in his place.
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