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[[double underlined]] 158 A. 127. R.F. & A.L. Va. 2d" Vol. 1866.- [[/double underlined]] Head Quarters Supt. 9th Dist. Va. Fort Monroe, Va. [[underlined]] April 15th 1866. [[/underlined]] Armstrong, S.C. [[underlined]] Supt. 9th Dist. Va. [[/underlined]] Requests that the Asst. Comr of N. Carolina may be informed that there are four or five hundred negroes in Hampton and vicinity, natives of N.C., many of whom are anxious to return to their old homes. that the Supt. of 9th Dist, will gladly cooperate with any such as wish to avail themselves of this opportunity to procure laborers. [[double line across page]] [[double underlined]] L.13 158 O.S. R.F & A.L. 9th Dist. Va. 4.15.1866. [[/double underlined]] A.29 B. R.F. & A.L. Asst Comr. N.C. Rec'd Asst. Comr. N.C. April 23, 1866. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[double line across page]] Bureau RF & A.L Hd Qrs Asst Comr NC [[underlined]] Richmond Va. April 19. 1866 [[/underlined]] Respectfully forwarded to Bvt Brig Genl. E Whittlsey Asst Comr. Raleigh N.C. Garrick Mallery Lt Col. & Inspt. 13 & 9 Dists in charge in absence of Brvt Brig. Genl O. Brown Asst. Comr. [[double line across page]] file
Samuel S Armstrong https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_C._Armstrong
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