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No. 43.

LIST OF ARTICLES [[strikethrough]] Lost or Destroyed in the Public Service [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Dropped from the Returns]] at ^[[Washington, D.C.]], while in possession and charge of ^[[John Kimball, Supt. of Education D.C. &c.]] [[strikethrough]] Quartermaster United States Army [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Bureau R. F. & A. L.]], in the month of ^[[October]], 186^[[9]].

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One (1) | Bell (hand) | }
Two (2) | Black-boards | }
Four (4) | Benches (patent) | }
One (1) | Book-case | }
Six (6) | Chairs (arm) | } Dropped from the Returns and 
One (1) | Chair (revolving) | } transferred as per receipt hereto annexed 
One (1) | Clock | }
Seven (7) | Carpet (yds) | }
Three (3) | Desks (office) | }
Twenty-three (23) | Desks (school) | }
One Hundred and Fifteen (115) | Matting (Yds) | }
Fifty-eight (58) | Settees | }
Two (2) | Tables (office) | }
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I certify that the several articles [[strikethrough]] of the Quartermasters Stores [[/strikethrough]] ^[[pertaining to Bureau R. F. & A. L.]] above enumerated have been unavoidably lost or destroyed while in the Public Service, as indicated by the remarks annexed to them respectively.

[[signature]] John Kimball [[/signature]]
^[[Supt. of Education D.C. &c.]] [[strikethrough]] Quartermaster. [[/strikethrough]]
^[[Bureau R. F. & A. A.]]

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