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[[preprinted]] FRANCIS GEORGE SHAW, - - President. [[strikethrough]] CRAMMOND KENNEDY, - Corresponding Sec'y. JOSEPH B. COLLINS, - - - Treasurer. E. C. ESTES, - - - Business Agent. HENRY A. DIKE, - Chairman 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, ^[[Feb. 3rd]] 18^[]. [[/preprinted]] Major W.L. Vanderlip Dear Sir, The following is a full list of our Maryland teachers with their P.O. Addresses so as I know them. Miss S.V. Richards - Barnesville Miss N. Jones - Damascus (Clarkes burgh P.O.) J. W. Collins x Upper Trappe Oscar Payne x Rich Neck (Chestertown P.O.) + M.C. Ball - Eddsville } + J.H. Jones - Georgetown } Farr lee P.O. + Sebastian Payne - Hanesville Miss M.A. Douglass - Upper Marlboro' Henry Brown - Newport? Miss N. George - Forrestville (Wellwood P.O.) George F. Payne - Fairfield Miss A.C. Hall - Chesapeake City The two last teachers, Mr. Payne & Miss Hall together with the Assistant at Annapolis, where she is appointed, we
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