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Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen &c., Office Sub-Asst. Commissioner, Sub District of Greenville, Greenville, Miss., Sept. 3, 1867. Lt. J.F. Cunyngham, Act. Asst. Adjt. Genl., Vicksburg, Miss. Lieutenant: I have the honor to request that you will send me an additional supply of Stationery for the month of September, 1867, mine being exhausted. I shall need the following: One quire of note paper, One quire of letter paper, Twenty-five large envelopes, Fifty small envelopes, One bottle of mucillage, One bottle of carmine ink. I request note paper and small envelopes, as they are better suited to the correspondence of my district - the residents. I am not able to send a Special Requi[[sition]]
("Cunyngham" a misspelling of "Conyngham")
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