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A. 7. F B S M. 1865. Vicksburg Miss August 29th 1865, Askew. B. Jr. Citizen Petition for the restoration of his Store house on Washington St. Vicksburg. occupied by Adams Express Company- PA- Two Enclosures L.R.A. 12 - E.B. 93. FREEDMEN'S BUREAU, STATE OF MISS. REC'D AUG 31 1865 FREEDMEN'S BUREAU, STATE OF MISS. REC'D SEPT 25 1865 OFFICE ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER, FREEDMEN'S BUREAU STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Vicksburg, Miss., Sept 11 1865. Respectfully forwarded to Maj. O. O. Howard with the recommendation that the property be restored. Samuel Thomas COLONEL AND ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER. Freedmen's Bureau, State of Miss, E&M 46 1865} War Department. Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands. Washington. Sept. 13. 1865. Respectfully returned to Col. Saml. Thomas, Asst. Commr with authority to restore the within property. Copy of order of [[retraction?]] to be sent to this office. By order of Maj. Genl. O.O. Howard Commissioner Wm Fowler Asst. Adgt. Genl. Petition of Bryan Askew for the possession of certain property Absolute order FREEDMEN'S BUREAU, STATE OF MISS. REC'D AUG 21 1865
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