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[[strikethrough]] CRAMMOND KENNEDY, - Corresponding Sec'y.
JOSEPH B. COLLINS, - Treasurer.
E. C. ESTES, - Business Agent.
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FRANCIS GEORGE SHAW, - - President.

[[strikethrough]] HENRY A. DIKE, Chiarman Executive Com. [[/strikethrough]]
GEORGE C. WARD, - " [[ditto for Chairman]] Finance " [[ditto for Com.]]
J. M. McKim, - - - " [[ditto for Chairman]] Teacher's " [[ditto for Com.]]

NEW YORK BRANCH
FREEDMANS UNION COMMISSION,
[[strikethrough]] No. 30 Vesey Street. [[/strikethrough]]
(LATE NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION.)

^[[North Shore,]] New York, ^[[Jan. 19th]] 18 [[strikethrough]]6[[/strikethrough]]^[[70]] 
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Major W. L. Vanderlip
Supt. &c.
Washington, D. C. 

Dear Sir,

After you left this morning I received a note from Miss Dougalss telling me that she had reached Upper Marlboro', had seen the Trustees, &c. I wrote to her at once, told her there had been a mistake and she must not be surprised at your removing her to another school. She will therefore be prepared for anything you think best to do.

I find that we can support [[underline]] six [[/underline]] teachers more in Maryland, provided always that the Rental money from the Bureau is sure. If you will find the teachers & tell them to apply to me, we will appoint & pay them.
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