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Remembers that it was a character to leave no doubt in his mind of the prisoners guilt. The Judge states that he will endeavor to procure from the Dist Attorney Some notes of the testimony & forward them to the Govr.
It is not possible to judge of the merits of the case from the augmentary depositions here presented - No sufficient reason, however is apparent to me for the interposition of the authority of the General Commanding.

Resp'y submitted
Henry Goodfellow
Bvt Col Maj & J. Adj.


Comd. Gen in Mid. Dist.
Holly Springs Nov. 29/67

Approved
E O Cord
Bvt Maj Genl. Cmdg.

File

C 115. F. B. S. M. 1867

Hd. Qrs. 4th Mil. District
Office of Civil Affairs,
Holly Springs, Miss. Dec. 2nd 67

Respectfully referred to Brevet Maj. Genl. A. C. Gillem, Asst. Comr. Bureau R. F. & A. L. for the State of Mississippi, Vicksburg, Miss., with the approval of the General Commanding to the endorsement hereupon of Bvt. Col. Henry Goodfellow, Judge Advocate at these Head Quarters.

Freedman's Bureau State of Miss DEC 7 1867 B Received

By command of
Bvt. Maj. Genl. Ord:
O D [[?]]
Asst. Adj't. General.

E. B. C A 2. T 368 4th [[?]] [[?]] 







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