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D.H. Farr to Governor Francis R. Lubbock, February 13, 1862

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D.H. Farr to Governor Lubbock, February 1862

I was informed by Mr Cameron
of freidricksburg that questions had
been asked him the enroling [sic] officer in
regard to his political sentiments
and he promised to answer them
satifactoryly [sic] & has failed to do it[.]
I suppose Mr Cameron will be pleased
to answer any interogations [sic] from you[.]

Yours with respect
this 13 February 1862

D.H. Farr

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D.H. Farr to Governor Francis R. Lubbock, February 13, 1862. Records of Governor Francis R. Lubbock, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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