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

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HENRY A. DIKE, - Chairman Executive Com.
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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,
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(LATE NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION.)

^[[West New Brighton,]] New York, ^[[March 14th]] 18^[[70]].
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Maj. W.L. Vanderlip
Supt. &c.

Dear Sir,
Yours of the 12th is received, also a note from Henry Brown, reporting the opening of his school.

Of course I am ready to send you the money for the books if the teachers expect it, but I do not want to follow Mr. Cox's example! Please to let me have the account.

It seems to me late to send a teacher to Federalsburg, but if you think it desirable, we are ready to support Miss Iredell's successor, with the usual condition, however, about recalling her if it proves necessary.

We are thinking of sending teachers into some of the Virginia country places for the summer months,
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