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Charlotte, N.C., June 26th, 1865. Maj. Gen. Howard, Superintendant of Freedman: Dear Sir: Yesterday, the colored people in this place, under the direction of Elder Edward Hill of Newbern, formed a church of over a hundred members, in connection with the African, Zion, Methodist Episcopal [[?body.]] No suitable room can be procured for them, and they desire as soon as possible, to erect a house of worship. If a lot could be given to them for this purpose, it would be a great advantage to them. In consultation
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