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Bu. R. F. and A. L. Miss. Office Sub Asst. Commissioner Jackson Miss. April 15, 1867 Bvt. Maj. A. W. Preston A. A. A. G. Vicksburg Miss. Sir I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt this day of Orders No 59. 831-2-3 & 4, the same being for transportation of Wilson Hatoo, sick, destitute freedman and James Wilson attendant from Jackson to Asylum at Lauderdale Miss. I am, Sir Respectfully Robert P. Gardner Capt. & Sub Asst. Comm'r.
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