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K. 7. (R.F. & A L. Vol 2) 1865 Nashville Tenn. Oct. 3./.65. Kentucky and Tenn. Brig. Genl. C. B. Fisk. Asst. Comr. Reports in reply to a Telegram received from the President about a statement from Mrs. Margeret Donelson, that her house was entered by colored soldiers, the lives of herself and family threatened, her daughter cursed, and her dog shot in her own dwelling. Filed. [[stamp]] THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF THE UNITED STATES [[/stamp]] [[stamp]] BUREAU R.F. & A.L. WASHINGTON. REC'D OCT 8 1865 [[/stamp]]
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