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G (F. B. S. M. 28) 1867. Rienzi Mississippi April 15th 1867. Gordon Jno. In behalf of Charles Robinson (Col'd) requests remuneration for the care of a sick freedman and two children for three months. Submits bills amounting to seventy nine dollars and eighty cents ($79.80). [[stamp]] Freedmen's Bureau State of Miss Apr 28 1867 Received [[/stamp]] Wrapper (4 Enclosures.) Head-Quarters Sub District of Mississippi, Office Assistant Commissioner Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. Vicksburg, Miss., April 24th 1867. Respectfully referred to Sub - Asst. Commissioner Sub dist Corinth for investigation and report. By order of Bvt Maj Gen'l Gillem A. W. Preston A A A G P.H. Office Bureau R. F. and A. L. Sub District of Corinth, Corinth Miss. June 14/67. Respectfully return to Bvt Maj. E. W. Preston, A. A. A. G. Head quarters, Vicksburg, Miss. with the information that upon investigating the within case, I find that the Freedwoman Harriet Williams was badly burned at Rienzi Miss. and that the accounts are correct. The woman is now working in this town, and earning a support for herself and children. In my opinion the accounts should be settled by the County Treasurer of Tishaming Co. Freedman's Bureau State of Miss Received Jul 27 1867 John D. Moore 1st Lieut. V. R. C. Sub. Ass't. Comm'r. (4 Enclosures)
per S.I. tip page & SI GI: stamps are to be notated. Jno. is a form of John, Edited: removed [[stamp]] not required,
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