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Title: Matthew F. Pleasants to Develin, Miller, & Trull, 27 February 1869

Date: February 27, 1869

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Feb. 27, 1869,

Messrs. Develin, Miller & Trull,

82 Nassau St. New York,

Gentlemen:

I am directed by the Attorney General to acknowledge the receipt of copy of "Pleadings and Notice to U. S. Attorney General" in the following cases:

Alfred Kearney ag't Benjamin F. Butler

John H. Lester ag't . . . The same; action No. 1.

The same   ag't   The same, action No 2

Henry A. Tilden  ag't . . . . The same.

Henry N. Lubrecht ag't . . . The same.

I am further directed to say that no action can be had in this office in these cases until the appointment of a successor to Mr. Evarts.

Very resp. yours,

M. F. Pleasants,

Ch. Clerk.


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