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From Thomas Jefferson to Va. Postmaster at Lynchburg, 29 October 1825

Monticello Oct. 29.

Th: Jefferson presents his respects to the Postmaster at Lynchburg, and having requested him in a note of yesterday to send by mail to this place a letter which he supposes to be lying in that office for him, he has now to pray he will send it by the bearer, being an earlier opportunity than he had expected would occur: & tenders him his salutations.

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