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Balto. Jan'y 7th 1870 Bvt. Maj. W. L. VanDerlip Supt. of Education &c Washington, DC. Dear Sir: Yours of the 5th inst asking whether I had sent a teacher to Annapolis, and informing me of the need of 15 teachers to supply schools now vacant in Md. was received in due course. I have the honor to inform you that I have not supplied the Annapolis school with a teacher. As to the want of 15 additional teachers our Association cannot incur any additional expense to the 65 we have now in the field. Very Resp'y. Yr Obdt Servt [[signature]] Jno. Core [[/signature]] A.A.
Note: the squiggledy bit after Education is &c -- Beth
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