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Title: Matthew F. Pleasants to Horace H. Harrison, 29 September 1866

Date: September 29, 1866

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Sept. 29, 1866.

To

H. H. Harrison, Esq.

U. S. Dist. Attorney,

Nashville, Tenn.

Sir:

I am directed by the Attorney General to say that you are hereby instructed to continue till the next term of your Court, the case of the United States against Junius B. Holloway,—if the interest of the Government will thereby suffer no detriment or unless there be strong reasons for its immediate pressure.

Very respectfully &c

M. F. Pleasants,

Act'g Chief Clerk.


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