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Registered in this Office - - Two Town Negroes got into a fight cutting & bruising each other up considerably Their punishment was fine or imprisonment. They preferred the fine A Conductor on the Memphis & Charleston R. R. was this morning complained of, for abusing Negroes while engaged in loading cotton at this Post The Charges being proved against the Conductor I fined him $10.00 which he immediately paid - - - There are two cases of a similar character to the above now awaiting trial Hoping the above account of Recpts & Expenditures will meet with your approval I am Respectfully [[signature]] Lucius Rew [[/signature]] Lieut & Sub Com'r of Freedmens Bureau Corinth Miss Lieut S. D. Barnes Rec'g and Dist'g Officer Freedmen's Bureau for Northern Dist of Miss. Jackson Miss P.S. Inclosed you will find the thirty four ($34) dollars for which please Recpt [[signature]] L. Rew [[/signature]]
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