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- report, but would not. Referred to Mr Service, Agt in charge.

Lumby states that Mr Herring will not settle for 1867. Mr H. reports, case settled.

John House, states that W.L. Kern, owes him $240.00 on 1867 labor. Referred to Mr Allen, Atty at Law, Lexington.

Peter Edmondson, states that Tom Thornton of West Station come after him daily, with gun in hand, threatening to take Peters life. Thornton is advised on the matter that if he persists in following the freedman with firearms, the Military will arrest him

Louis Scarboro states that Mr Comfort, of Kosciusko, came to his house with whip or cow-hide, to forcibly take his child Edith, from him.

Mr Comfort is informed that unless he stops such conduct, that he will be arrested and -
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