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Office Supt. R and F. Bladensburg, Md April 16 1867. Mr. Jno Kimball Dr Sir Your note was recieved this A.M. The school was opened in the new house yesterday morning. I will try and send for those chairs, but hardly know when I can as all are very busy farming. If Bowman goes to town I will send him up to you. I am Yours &c [[signature]] G. E. Henry [[/signature]] Bvt Maj &c
"Jno" for "John" Kimball
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