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Johnson, a representative of Kentucky in the U.S. House of Representatives, writes and encloses several letters from highly respectable citizens of Doctor John N. Wren of Cincinnatti, for Lieutenant in the Marine Corps and requests acknowledgement if there are any vacancies, dated January 27, 1836.
House of Reps. January 27. 36 Dear Sir I have herewith Enclosed to you several letters from highly respectable Citizens in [?] of Doctr John N. Wren of Cincinnati for the [?] Lieutenant in Marine Corps I do not expect there is any vacancy but [?] to happen & send me the letter of acknowledgement that I may send it to the Doctr John[?] Rh. M. Johnson
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Richard M. Johnson, Dr. John N. Wren, Cincinatti, Lieutenant, Marine Corps, citizen, vacancy, acknowledgement, enclosure, House of Representatives, January 24 1836, 1836
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