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[[stamp]] STORES PERTAINING TO THE BUREAU REFUGEES, FREEDMEN AND Abandoned Lands. [[/stamp]] [[preprinted]] No. 43. LIST OF ARTICLES [[strikethrough]] Lost or Destroyed in the Public Service [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Dropped from the Return]] at ^[[Washington, D.C.]], while in possession and charge of ^[[John Kimball, Supt. of Education D.C. &c. [[strikethrough]] Quartermaster United States Army, [[/strikethrough]] in the month of ^[[October]], 186^[]. [[3 column table]] NO. OR QUANTITY. | ARTICLES. | CIRCUMSTANCES AND CAUSE. Forty-five (45) | Black-boards | } Fifty-four (54) | Chairs (common) | } Nine (9) | Coal-hods | } Sixty-seven (67) | Elbows of stove-pipe | } One (1) | Clock | } Thirty-three (33) | Lamps | } Dropped from the Return, as per Twenty-six (26) | Lamp-hangers | } direction of Special Orders No. 154, Sixteen (16) | Fire-pokers | } Bureau R. F. & A. L., hereto annexed. Six (6) | Spittoons | } Forty (40) | Coal-Stoves | } Four Hundred and twenty-nine (429) | Ft. of Stove-pipe | } Thirteen (13) | Fire-shovels | } One (1) | Table (office) | } Thirty-five (35) | Window-curtains | } Forty-one (41) | Lbs. of Zinc | } [[/table]] I certify that the several articles of the [[strikethrough]] Quartermaster's [[/strikethrough]] Stores ^[[pertaining to Bu 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. and A. L.]] Approved: [[blank line]] Commanding. [[/preprinted]]
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