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April 12" | Almy Geo. C.  Capt. and Supt. [[footnote 1]] | Raleigh N.C.  Aprl. 12", 1866.  Forwards affidavits of Cornelia Robinson and others charging James Kelly (white) with assault and attempt to commit rape on the person of the said Cornelia Robinson (freedwoman)
[[footnote 1]] E.B. p.184

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April 23" * | Armstrong, S.C.  Supt. 9 Dist. Va. [[footnote 1]] | Fort Monroe Va.  April. 13" 1866.  Requests that the Asst. Comr. of N.C. may be informed that there are 4 or 5 hundred negroes in Hampton & vicinity, natives of N.C., many of whom are anxious to return to their old homes, that the Supt. of 9" Dist. will gladly cooperate with any such as wish to avail themselves of this opportunity to procure laborers.
[[footnote 1]] See L.S. p.112. No.74.

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April 26" | Albea W.W. [[footnote 1]] | Olin, Iredell Co. N.C.  Apl. 10" 1866.  Offers himself as an agent for the freedmens Bureau if deemed advisable by the officials to so appoint him.
[[footnote 1]] E.B. p.208

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April 30" * | Anderson Jas. H.  A.D.C. and A.A.A. Genl. | Hd. Qrs. Dept. of N.C. Raleigh  April 9" 1866.  Furnishes an official copy of a communication from the A.G.O. Washington relative to the restoration of the City Hall at Wilmington.

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April 30" * | Anderson Jas. H.  Lieut. and A.D.C. | Raleigh N.C.  April 27", 1866.  The Comdg. Genl. requests that the City Hall at Wilmington be turned over to the Civil Authorities with the exception of rooms needed by officers of the Bureau.

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May 12" * | Anderson Jas. H.  Lieut. A.D.C. and A.A.A. Genl. | Raleigh N.C.  May 11" 1866.  States that there is no way to commute rations of enlisted men.  Does not know when the 28" Mich. Regt. is to be mustered out - thinks it best to relieve Capt. Evans now, if an officer can be sent to relieve him.

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May 14" | Adjt. Genls. Office Townsend E.D. Bvt. Maj. Genl. and A.A.G. [[footnote 1]] | Washington  May 7" 1866.  Encloses copy of order directing Lt. F.N. Beecher 3" U.S. Inf. to report to C.O. at Ft. Columbus &c. and invites attention to the fact of Lieut. Beechers being on duty in Bureau R.F. & A.L. that steps may be taken to supply his place if desirable.
[[footnote 1]] E.B. p.231.

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May 19" | Almy Geo. C.  Capt. and C.S.V. [[footnote 1]] | Raleigh N.C.  May 16", 1866.  Forwards estimate of rations required by Bu. R.F. & A.L. in this State for the month of June 1966.
[[footnote 1]] E.B. p.240.

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May 19" * | Almy Geo. C.  Capt. & C.S. [[footnote 1]] | Sub Dist. Raleigh  May 17", 1866.  Applies for six days leave of absence to Bvt. Brig. Genl. Max Woodhull A.A.G. to leave Dept. on important private business.
[[footnote 1]] E.B. p.242.

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May 26" * | Almy Geo. C.  Capt. C.S. Vol. and Asst. Supt. | Raleigh N.C.  May 26", 1866.  Replies to communication of 25 inst. from Asst. Comr. concerning the whipping of negroes for vituperation and insolence.

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May 29" | Almy Geo. C.  Capt. and Asst. Supt. [[footnote 1]] | Raleigh N.C.  May 28", 1866.  Reports arrest of William Guy citizen of Harnett Co. N.C. and requests that he may be brought to trial before a Military Commission.
[[footnote 1]] E.B. p.250.

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May 31" * | Almy Geo. C.  Capt. & Act.Supt. C. Dist. | Raleigh N.C.  May 31", 1866.  States that no parties by the name of Cooper resides in his Sub Dist.

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June 1" | Almy Geo. C.  Capt. and Act. Supt. [[footnote 1]] | Raleigh N.C.  June 1" 1866.  Transmits acct of E.L. Hopkins - clerk - for payment
[[footnote 1]] E.B. p.252.

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June 8" * | Allison, J.F.  Lieut. and Asst. Supt. | Jones Co. - L.P. Farm.  June 5" 1866.  Requests copies of all Genl. Orders and Circulars issued from Hd. Qrs. E. Dist. N.C. except Circulars May 12, 14, 19, 22, 1866.  Also copies of Gen. Orders issued at Hd. Qrs. Asst. Comssr. N.C. and Circulars 1, 2 and 3 current series 1866.  Also copies of Gen. Orders & Circulars emanating from B.R.F. & A.L. Washington D.C. except Circulars 2, 3, & 4, current series 1866.

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June 21" * | Allison, J.F.  Lieut. and Asst. Supt. [[footnote 1]] | Lyon Pasture Farm, Jones Co. N.C.  June 16", 1866.  Requisition for Kettles, Pans and Skillets
[[footnote 1]] E.B. p.281.

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June 22" * | Anonymous - "A friend to Justice." [[footnote 1]] | Wilson N.C.  June 4", 1866.  Makes charges against the Agent of the Freedmen's Bureau & asks an investigation.
[[footnote 1]] E.B. p.285.

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June 22" * | Allison, J.F.  Lieut. and Asst. Supt. | Jones Co. N.C.  June 19", 1866.  Requests copies of Circulars 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 13, War. Dept. B.R.F. & A.L. for 1865, and Gen. Order No.102, War Dept. A.G.O. May 31", 1865 and Cir. No.1, War Dept. B.R.F. & A.L. current series 1866, with Cir. No.2, B.R.F. & A.L. Hd. Qrs. Asst. Comr. N.C. 1866.
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