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CRAMMOND KENNEDY, - Corresponding Sec'y.
[[strikethrough]] JOSEPH B COLLINS [[strikethrough]] ^[[Edward P. Davison]]-- Treasurer 
E.C. ESTES,  - - Business Agent.        

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

No. 30 Vesey Street.
(Late National Freedman's Relief Association.)

New York, ^[[Dec 7th.]] 1867.

Rev. John Kimball
Supt. &c
Washington D.C.
Dear Sir:  In reply to your favor of yesterday I have the pleasure of enclosing Commissions for Miss K.E. Gould, and Lt [[best guess]] Edward W. Davis.

We regret that owing to heavy liabilities which are yet unprovided for, and the difficulty of obtaining money, we must positively decline to become responsible for more than the remaining Seven, and must respectfully request that they be placed where they will be of the least posible expense to us.

[[signature]] Crammond Kennedy [/signature]]
Cor. Sec.

P.S. Please inform us what relations these teachers sustain to the Maryland Bureau(R.M. Janney, Actuary) whether they are to draw $20. each per month or less, and what are their ages, and Church Connections either by membership attendance or Entry in our Teachers' Record.  C.K.

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