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Mobile.Ala, and sold 15 bales in Meridian- I failed however to find any authority for his so doing-I caused a Board of Arbitration to be comen-ed in compliance with Circular #24 which resul-ted in the following findings
 The Estate was formed to be indebted to thirteen of the employes (freedmen) to the amount of $557.86/100 buh the Crofe had been disposed of-( See decision of Board marked "B"-) The case is a very complicated one, and I am of opinion that the intention is to defraud the freedmen of their wages-Mr Mc Imeis the Adm-inistration is a resident of Alabama, consequintly I have been unable to
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