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Office Sub. Comm'r. Freedmen Corinth Miss Oct. 20th 1865 Sir — I would respectfully enquire concerning my application for a leave of absence. Has it been recd.? Is it to be granted? or not. I [[underlined]] cannot live [[/underlined]] without [[underlined]] money [[/underlined]] I am very Respectfully Your obt. Servant [[signature]] Lucius Rew [[/signature]] Lt. & Sub. Comm'r Freedmen E. Bamberger Lieut. and A. A. A. Gen'l.
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