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| When rec'd. 1867 | Name of Writer | Date & purport of Letter |
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| 30" July. | Birnie, Wm. Agt B.R.F. & A.L. Filed in office Sub Asst. Comr - B.1 | 29" July 1867. Concerning information rec'd. that there are parties going through the Co. offering to give the Freedmen Confiscated Lands &c upon the payment of $5.00 - &c. &c. |

| Augt 1st | Wm Birnie Ag't Bu R.F. & A.L Filed "B" | Lumberton NC July 30' 1867 Acknowledges receipt of letter of 27th Ins't, with enclosures, and Returns Oath of Office. States that his first Oath of Office was sworn to April 15th 1867, before Bv't Lt Col J. F. Chur at Raleigh NC |

| Augt 1st | Birnie Wm Ag't Bu R.F. and A.L Filed "B" | Lumberton N C July 31" 1867 Says the Beaus Robt Carlise (Freedman) is suffering from "Elephantitis" and sends news to Wilmington for Hospital treatment |

| Aug. 3d. | Burnie Wm. Agent Bu. R.F. & A.L. | Lumberton N.C. July 31'st. 1867. States that he has placed a Boy named Ned Perry with a Mr Thomas to work for his Food and clothing -  The boys Father is at work on the Manchester R.R. and his mother is dead - states that he last worked for a Mr Edwards at Buck Swamp - and left him as his time was out. Mr Burnie suggests that he be allowed to make a Contract - |

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