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October 24, 1864
 
October 24, 1864
  
In obedience to Cuculan [Conscription?]  Office Richmond Va [onercing?] the impressment of slaves for twelve months. I have this day received of John R. Baylor two slaves named, Paul & Jerry, said slaves having been appraised by three freeholders and assessed the former at ($4500) for thousand five hundred dollars, and the latter at five thousand dollars ($5000).
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In obedience to Circular No 7a Conscript Office Richmond Va [onercing?] the impressment of slaves for twelve months. I have this day received of John R. Baylor two slaves named, Paul & Jerry, said slaves having been appraised by three freeholders and assessed the former at ($4500) for thousand five hundred dollars, and the latter at five thousand dollars ($5000).
  
 
W.W. Hancock Lt. &
 
W.W. Hancock Lt. &
 
En. [Offc.?] Caroline Co. Va.
 
En. [Offc.?] Caroline Co. Va.

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En. Office Caroline County Va. October 24, 1864

In obedience to Circular No 7a Conscript Office Richmond Va [onercing?] the impressment of slaves for twelve months. I have this day received of John R. Baylor two slaves named, Paul & Jerry, said slaves having been appraised by three freeholders and assessed the former at ($4500) for thousand five hundred dollars, and the latter at five thousand dollars ($5000).

W.W. Hancock Lt. & En. [Offc.?] Caroline Co. Va.