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[[4 column table]] When recd | Name & rank of Writer | Date & Purport of Letter | Endorsement & Memoranda | | | Bureau of R F and A Lands Office Agent Sub District No 9 Charlotte NC Feby 25" 1868 Respectfully returned to Lieut Col. J.F. Chur A A A Genl. When the account was presented to the within named Freedman he was entirely out of funds and was therefore not able to pay it. He promised however to settle the account as soon as he was able to make the money. He is now hard at work and I am satisfied will pay the debt at the earliest moment possible. As this Freedman does not own ten cents worth of property in the world this is the best that could be done. T.D. McAlpine Agent Bu of R F and A Lands April 2/68 | Brown Joseph | April 13" 1868 States that there is a crazy woman in Jail at Dallas NC. that she cannot be sent to the poor house and they wont receive her in the Asylum, and requests to know if the Bureau can do any thing for her &c states the womans name is Fannie Brown | Bu of R F and A Lands Office Agent Sub Dist of Charlotte N.C Charlotte NC. April 22nd 1868 Respectfully referred to Wm Birnie Esq Agent Bu of R F & A L at Lincolnton NC T.D. McAlpine Agent Bu R F & A Lands
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