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Title: W. A. Field to Thomas Wilson, 30 March 1870

Date: March 30, 1870

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March 30, 1870.

Thomas Wilson, Esq.

Washington, D. C.

Sir:

I send you herewith a copy of a letter this day sent to P. Phillips, Esq., and, if you are the person who is Attorney of Record in case No. 286, John C. Harris, et al. appellant, vs. The United States on the docket of the present term of the Supreme Court, I desire to know whether there is any objection to a disposition of the case such as is indicated in the letter to Mr. Phillips.

Very respectfully,

W. A. Field,

Assistant Attorney General.


Sup. Ct. Case


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