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[[double underlined]] A.4. Bu R.F. & A.L. Asst. Com. N.C. [[/double underlined]]

Wilmington N.C.
Aug 15" 1865

DW Ames
Brig. Genl. Comdg.

States that Capt. R.B. Beath has not been yet relieved from duty at Philadelphia, advises that application be made through Col. C.W. Foster that he may be relieved.

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Recd Asst Com of N.C. Aug 17 1865

Transcription Notes:
Re heading, note the title of the project--Bureau of Freedmen Refugees and Abandoned Lands! No need for the exclamation point - we're all trying our best - that's why there is a review process. Be/Think kind. @vleachman See also page 7 of project for names R.B. Beath https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Burns_Beath Col. Charles W. Foster, Assistant Adjutant General, Chief of the Colored Bureau, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D.C https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bureau_of_Colored_Troops

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