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Title: Benjamin Helm Bristow to Columbus Delano, 14 October 1871

Date: October 14, 1871

Whitman Archive ID: nar.03392

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Oct. 14, 1871.

Hon. C. Delano,

Secretary of the Interior.


I have the honor to return herewith the adjudication of the Commissioner of the General Land Office and other letters which accompanied your letter of the 15th of September last relating to the suspended land entries of Charles G. Comstock and Alonzo Thompson, in the Boonville, Missouri District, and to state that I concur in the views of the Commissioner.

I am, very respectfully, &c.

B. H. Bristow, Solicitor General,

& Acting Attorney General.

Letters as above, same date, concurring in the adjudication of the Land Office in cases of

Lyman Steward in the Sioux, Iowa District,

Emil Baur, East Saginaw, Michigan District,

T. B.S. Coleman, Booneville, Missouri District

were also sent

suspended land entry cases.
suspended land entry cases.


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