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manner therein prescribed) in such cases as the one presented in Mr. Bowen's communication

I have the honor to be, General,
Very Respectfully
Your Obedient Servant
A.P. Ketchum
Brev. Maj. & A.A.A. General.

Transcription Notes:
Uncertain as to the word preceding "General". Currently, it's transcribed as "he".

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