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as early as practicable
Very Respectfully 
Your Obdt Servt
Geo. S. Smith
Capt V.R.C Bvt Maj
Sub Asst Comr Bu R.F. & A.L. 


381.
Bureau Refugees Freedmen and A.L.
Office Sub Asst Commissioner
Columbus July 12th 1867. 

Preston Major A.W. 
A.A.A. Genl Bureau R.F. and A.L.
Vicksburg Miss

Major
I have the honor to transmit herewith my Abstract, with Vouchers, of Rations issued to destitutes in the several Counties, except Monroe, of this Sub District for the month of June 1867.

Very Respectfully
Your Obdt Servt
Geo. S. Smith
Capt V.R.C. Bvt Major
Sub Asst Comr  


382.  Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and A.L.
Office Sub Asst Commissioner
Columbus July 13, 1867.

President Board Police Chickasaw Co Miss. 

Sir 
I would respectfully request information as to why rations were issued exclusively to Whites in your County?  There should be no distinction in color: Government intends rations for the destitute of all classes.

Very Respectfully
Your Obdt Servt
Geo. S. Smith
Capt V.R.C. Bvt Major
Sub Asst Comr Bu. R.F. & A.L.  

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#383 Bureau Refugees F. and A.L.
Office Sub. Asst. Commr
Columbus Miss July 13, 1867.

Phillips Wm T.
West Point

Sir:
If the parents of the boy Geo Worthington desire him, you will deliver him over.

Yours &c
Geo. S. Smith
Capt V.R.C. Bvt Major
Sub Asst Commissioner
Bu R.F. & A.L. 


#384 Bureau Refugees Freedmen and A.L.
Office Sub Asst Commissioner
Columbus, Miss, July 13, 1867. 

Gay Bvt Lt Col. E. 
Commanding Post Columbus, Miss.

Col 
I have the honor to reccommend the arrest of the ring leaders of the gang who assaulted Freedman John Leach on Monday evening last in Oktibeha County
He will give you the names of the parties.

Very Respectfully
Your Obdt Servt
Geo. S. Smith
Capt. V.R.C. Bvt Maj
Sub Asst Commissioner
Bu R.F. And A.L.  

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