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6 [[left margin]] Hd Qrs Dist of Ala 11 [[/left margin]] C118 Endorsement on letter of Bvt Brig Genl JB Callis Respectfully forwarded Wager Swayne Major General April 11 1867 [[left margin]] Hd Qrs Dist of Ala 12 [[/left margin]] O117 Endorsement on letter of Bvt Capt P.E. O'Connor Office Chief C.S. Ga & Ala Macon Ga April 8" 1867 Respectfully returned through Head Quarters Dist of Ala to Bvt Capt P E O'Connor 1" Lieut & A.C.S. who is hereby authorized to make a contract for supplying fresh beef at his Post for eight months beginning May 1 1867 If it impractical to invite bids by advertising Lieut O'Connor will have written notices posted in conspicuous places so as to give all parties an opportunity to compete. A copy of the contract when completed will be forwarded to this office W.A. Elderkin [[left margin]] Hd Qrs Dist of Ala 13 [[/left margin]] S139 Endorsement on letter of Gen H Stueckrath Respectfully returned By order of Maj Genl. Wager Swayne JF Conyngham April 11 1867 A.A.A.G. [[left margin]] Hd Qrs Dist of Ala 14 [[/left margin]] G62 Endorsement on letter of A.A. Surg A.J. Gray 14 Office Sub Asst Commsr Mobile, Ala April 5 1867 Respectfully forwarded through Chf Med Officer B.R.F. & A.L. Montgomery div. The facts as stated within are true but no means are provided in the Bureau requisitions by which a public Horse can be furnished a Contract Surg. The Q.M. at this Station has no horses for Bureau purposes. If there exists any means of providing the transportation I would strongly recommend that the request be granted. Geo G Tracy Bvt Major U.S.A. Sub Asst Commsr Hd Qrs Dist of Ala office Surg in Chief April 9" 1867 approved and respectfully forwarded to 1" Lieut J.F. Conyngham A.A.A.G. Dist of Ala. Charles J Kipp Bvt Lieut Col & Surg U.S.V. Surg in Chief 7 Respectfully referred to Bvt Maj GF Browning Chief QM of the Bureau for this Dist who is directed to provide AA Surg Gray with a horse bridle and Saddle to enable him to perform the duties of his office By order of Maj Genl Wager Swayne JF Conyngham 1" Lieut 24 U.S.I. & A.A.A.G. April 12 1867 [[left margin]]Hd Qrs Dist of Ala 15 [[/left margin]] Endorsement on letter of Bvt Maj GF Browning 15 Respectfully forwarded Wager Swayne Major General April 12" 1867 [[left marginHd Qrs Dist of Ala 11 [[/left margin]] K 45 Endorsement on letter of AP Ketchum A.A.G. Respectfully referred to Bvt Brig Genl JB Callis Sub Asst Commsr Huntsville Ala It is supposed by Stevensville is meant Stevenson Genl Callis will cause an investigation and full report of this case to be made to this office at once. By order of Maj Genl Wager Swayne JF Conyngham 1" Lieut 24 U.S.I. & A.A.A.G. [[left margin]] Hd Qrs Dist of Ala 17 [[/left margin]] J 15 Endorsement on letter of Lieut GD Jennings 17 Huntsville Ala April 7" 1867. Respectfully referred to Bvt Brig Genl J.B. Callis for his remarks the paper to be returned to Genl. Swayne GH Jennings 2 Lieut 21 U.S.I. & A.A.Q.M. Office B.R.F. & A.L. Huntsville Ala April 7" 1867 Respectfully returned to Maj Genl Wager Swayne with the information that the fuel be furnished as stated within on a requisition under date of Jany 26" 1866 and that said requisition was approved as stated and that the Q.M. Dept now refuses to pay for said fuel. Jno B Callis Bvt Brig Genl Sub Asst Commsr. Respectfully referred to Bvt. Maj GF Browning Chief QM of the Bureau for this District By order of Maj Genl Wager Swayne J.F. Conyngham 1" Lieut 24 U.S.I. & A.A.A.G. [[left margin]] Hd Qrs Dist of Ala 18 [[/left margin]] B 174 Endorsement on letter of EC Branch 18 Bureau R.F. & A.L. Aberdeen Miss March 21 1867 Respectfully returned with the information that on personal investigation I found the (cold) child Lizzie Wright living in the family of Mrs Martha Pruitt where she is well cared for and kindly treated and is being
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