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Marketmen coming into the city

--The Marketmen will see from the following official drawing from General Kemper's office that they will not be liable to arrest if they come into the city, and that they can go about their business unmolested:

"Headquarters Post,
Richmond, October 3, 1864.
"Circular.--General Kemper respectfully requests the daily press to notify the public that persons coming from the country on business will not be molested by the military guards of the city.

"It is desired that marketmen continue to bring in their produce as heretofore.

"Garrett Andrews
"Major and Assistant Adjutant General."

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