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[[preprinted]]
Head Quarters, Assistant Commissioner,
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands,
District of Maryland and Delaware,
No. 30 Holliday Street,
^[[Office of Supt of Schools,]]
Baltimore, Md. ^[[Aug. 12th]] 186^[[8]].
[[/preprinted]]

General: - 

Permit me, for your information, to furnish to you the following figures:-

No. of Pupils enrolled and accounted for in Maryland-

1867 |- December - |4539 + 500 = 5.039.|
1868 |- Jan. - |5240 + 510 = 5.750.|
|Feb. - |5173 + 648 = 5.821.|
|March - |4898 + 375 = 5.273 =|Larger Pupils drawn off to work in the fields.
|April - |3947 + 287 = 4.234. =
 Work in the fields and Strawberry-Picking.
|May - |3869 + 250 = 4.119.|
|June - |3349 + 450 = 3.797 = |Harvesting.
|July - |1951 + 0 = 1.951 = | Vacation.

Very Resp'y, 
[[signature]] Wm. Howard Day, [[/signature]]
Supt. of Schools, 
Bur. R. F. & A. L,
Dist. of Md. & Del.

Brig. Gen. C. H. Howard, }
             Washington, }
                    D.C. }
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