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Title: James Speed to Caleb Baldwin, 9 April 1866

Date: April 9, 1866

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Attorney General's Office,

April 9, 1866.

To

Caleb Baldwin, Esq.

U. S. Attorney, Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Sir:

You will find herewith a copy of a letter to Lieut. Gen. Grant. You will please investigate the matter, & if you find that the clerk of the court has been guilty of the disgraceful & dishonorable conduct with which he is charged, you will take such steps against him as are warranted by law.

I am, sir, most respectfully,

James Speed

Attorney General.


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