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Bureau Refugees, Freedmen & Abd Lands
Office Sub Division Greensboro
Greensboro N.C. March 9th 1868.

Mr. George Totten
Thompsonville N.C.

Your note of March 4" is received. In reply I will state that the best way for you to have your case settled will be for you go to some Justice of the Peace who you know to be a good union man, and have him investigate it. Tell him it is my order which he will believe by your showing him this letter. If anything is due you the Justice will know, and he will have the McCullum's pay it. It would be impossible for me to meet you before the 23 [[strikethrough]]25 of May [/strikethrough]] 27 of April in Rockingham as the [[strikethrough]] county [/strikethrough]] Superior Court does not meet until then. 

               Yours &c 
               Hugo Hillebrandt
               Capt & Agent Bu RF &c

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