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[[preprinted]] Office Superintendent Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, CENTRAL DISTRICT, Raleigh, N.C., [[line for entry of date]] [[/preprinted]] October 1st, [[preprinted]] 1866. [[/preprinted]] Captain I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of Requisitions Nos. 79 and 80 for the following named freedpersons Viz: Jackson King, Raleigh to Hillsboro No. Ca. and Candis Rice and two (2) children from Raleigh to Franklinton N.C. Very respectfully Your Obdt Servant A.G. Bready Bvt. Col. and Supt. Capt. Jacob F. Chur A.A.A.G-B. R.F & A.L. Raleigh N.C. L.B. P.208.
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