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about right he allowed [[strikethrough]] about [[/strikethrough]] one hundred bushells of corn at $2 per bushel and fourteen hundred pounds of lint cotton. Thirty bushels of potatoes [[strikethrough]] at [[/strikethrough]] Thirty bushells of peas, and two thousand pounds of Fodder. all I was allowed from Mr Jackson after being drove off was $120 for my share of the crop. I also worked for Mr Jackson last year as a carpenter and for which he owes me $20.50.

Lawrence Gardner

Witness
Geo. H. Pratt
Agt Bureau R.F. & A.L.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this fourteenth day of August 1866 at Augusta Ga, 

T. F. Forbes
Lieut & A.A.A. Genl
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