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Title:[Letter] 1825 Jan. 18, Gainesboro, [Tennessee] [to] Postmaster General / Sam Smith : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Smith, Sam
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Date: January 18, 1825
Extent: 2p
Summary:This document is a letter written by Sam Smith to the Postmaster General on January 18, 1825. Smith instructs the Postmaster General to forward the mail of Armour & Lake, two merchants, to their new residence in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee.
Collection:Coffee Perkins Papers
Box:1
Folder:19
Document:sl065
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Gainesboro T [Tennessee] 18th January 1825
Sir

I am advised by Messrs [Messeiurs] Armour & Lake that their residence is Jackson Madison County Tennessee and by their request I must ask the favour [favor] to have have any letters returned from this office as dead letters with their address forwarded to that place

If any they are to be found among the letters forwarded for the quarter ending the first of July or October and I am believe there was one returned the [added: the teller at]1 Oct [October][added: they are merchants & express some anxiety to me] I have put their address at foot

your obt sert [obedient servant]
Sam L Smith
Post Master GeneralMessrs. [Messeiurs] Armour & LakeJacksonMadison CountyTennessee



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Copy of letter to
Post Master Genl [General]
on subject of
Armour & Lake's
letter of 31st Decr [December]
1824

18th Janry [January] 1825



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