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| Sept 18'th | Ashley S. S. Agt A.M.A. E.B. Page 49  E.B. Page 58, Received back Sept 28 | Wilmington N.C. Sept 18'th 1867, Requests Cap't Rutherford to authorize at the expense of the Bureau, the rental of a suitable room for an Industrial School, to be under the direction of the A.M. Association |

| Sept 18'th | Ashley S. S. Supt AM Ass'tn E.B. P 49  E.B.  P 58, Rec. back Sep't 28 - 67 | Wilmington N.C. September 18, 1867 Requests that Captain Rutherford authorize of the expense of the Bureau the following expenditures for Freemans Schools under the direction of A.M.A Rep Windows 900,  Fastening seats to Hin, 600 Black Bonds 50,00
Vaults for Privies 60,00 |

| October 1 | Ashley T. T. Supt Education Agt A.M.A. | Wilmington N.C. Sep't 20th 1867 Requests that Captain Rutherford authorize at the expense of the Bureau 

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|   |   | the erection of a School House for Freedmen Said School to be located in the Northern portion of the city of Wilmington in land which belongs to the Freedmen - | 

| Dec 8'th | Ashley J. J. Supt Ed 4'th Sub Dist See EB Vol 3 P 119 | Wilmington N.C. Dec 7'th. 1867 Requests an appropriation of three hundred and fifty dollars for Freedmens School for Robeson County N.C. | 

| 1868 February 5 | Ashley S. S. Cashier F.B. & T.C. EB Vol 3 60 | Wilmington N.C. Feby. 1 1868 Requests that permission may be given by the proper authorities of the Bu R.F. to hire a room for use of the Branch of the F.S. &. T.C. in this City, to commence in the 1'st day of Feby 1868. | 


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