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Recpt. No 1. Clarksville. Tenn. Oct.24.1866. Rev. D. Burt. Supt. Education &c. Res & Dear Sir Yours of 22d inst. with a check for $51.80 has been received. We are truly much indebted to you for your kindness. Our work is prospering as usual. Scholars crowding in, but our home is very cold yet. I am trying to hurry up matters as much as possible. Very Respectfully & Truly E. McKinney.
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