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Lauderdale, Miss
August 31, 1867

Moore Lt Jno. D.
Sub-Asst Commr
Sub Dist of Lauderdale

States that he had been relieved by Major Geo. S. Smith of the charge of the Sub Dist. of Corinth, and that he had entered upon duty as Sub-Assist Commr. Sub-Dist. of Lauderdale.

[[stamp]] GEN'S. OFFICE SEP 4 1867 [[/stamp]]

[[stamp]] Freedman's Bureau State of Miss. Received SEP 9 1867 [[/stamp]]


E. & M. p. 30-31.

Bureau, Refugees, Freedmen &c. 
Office Asst. Commissr for Miss.
Vicksburg, Sept. 9' 1867

Respectfully returned to Lieut. Moore. The report should be made to cover the time he was on duty in the District of Corinth.

By order of
Bvt. Maj. Genl. A.C. Gillem

1st Lieut. 24" Inftry
A.A.A. General.

Transcription Notes:
[[?]] indicates unknown words. Lauderdale was a best guess.

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