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266 [[3 Columned Table]] Date of Reception | Name of Writer | Purport of Communication ---|---|--- Recd O.L.S. 5/7/1867. No 759. | Howard C H Brvt Brig Genl A.C. E B 1 Vol 305. O.L.S. '67 | Washington. D.C. May 7" 1867. States that Phoebe Wakefield the little girl sent to Mr. Disbrow to be cared for, complains that she is not well cared for. Directs that she be well care for untill she can be sent to Henderson. Co. Va Recd O.L.S. 5/7'/1867. Filed No 760. | Disbrow. D R. Emp Ag't. | Washington. D.C. May 7" 1867. Acknowledges receipt of communication, relative to Mrs Mary Lenart & Children. States that no such person has been received at the Barracks. Recd O.L.S. 5/7'/1867. Filed No 761. | Heacock Miss Eliza | Washington. D.C. May 6" 1867. Asks that a load of wood be furnished for use of Diet Kitchen before Wednesday. ordered. 267 [[3 Columned Table]] Date of Reception | Name of Writer | Purport of Communication ---|---|--- Recd O.L.S. 5/7"/1867. No 762. | Allen James H. E B 1 Vol 306. O.L.S. 1867. | Pleasant Valley N.Y. May 2d 1867. Requests to be furnished with 2 colored male servants for farm work, at $90 00/100 & board for six months labor. D.R.D Recd O.L.S. 5/7"/1867 No 763. | Barkers A.M. L B 1 Vol 341. O.L.S. '67 | Waterfront. Orleans Co. N.Y. April 29" 1867. Wishes to know upon what terms he can procure some colored girls from 14 to 16. years old for house servants in good families. Recd O.L.S. 5/7"/1867. No 764. | Townsend E.G. Supt. | Washington. D.C. May 7" 1867. Asks for a Statement of Amount of Money received & payed over to Maj. J.M. Brown, A.Q.M. for tenements since he first entered on duty in this Bureau.
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