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I have finally succeeded in disposing of the crops on the place, and the troops are withdrawn - a guard of three men only being left in charge of a Government Saw-Mill yet on the place. Mrs Donelsons Son's in-law Dr Williams, and Mr Martin were with me during the investigation, and aided me materially in the final adjustment of the matter - Mrs D had prevented the sale of the crops by threatening prosecution of all persons who might purchase
She has made me more trouble than all the other returned prodigals in Tennessee - I regret she should have thought it necessary to annoy you with her complaints. 

I am Sir. 
With Great Respect
Your obedt srvt
Clinton B. Fisk 
Brig General & Asst Comr

Respectfully forwarded to Major General O.O. Howard Comr for his information
Clinton B. Fisk
Brig Gen & Asst Comr

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Clinton B. Fisk

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