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    [Slavery] Charles Clark Document Signed as Governor of Mississippi. "Chas. Clark." One-half page, 8" x 9.75", Macon, March 9, 1864, partially printed on blue paper and reading in full:

    "A. J. Gillespie, Auditor of Public Accounts,
    Will issue his Warrant on the Treasurer in favor of Capt. W. S. Williams atty of Martin Maynard for One hundred ninety Dollars for one male by Gen Eholson impressed under the provisions of 'An act to authorize the impressments of slaves and other personal property for military purposes,' approved January 3, 1863
    ."

    Left edge untrimmed. Aside from two horizontal folds, the letter is in very fine condition.


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    December, 2011
    8th-9th Thursday-Friday
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