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Post Office, Washington City, D. C.,
March 9th 1865

Provost Marshal
Washington DC.

Sir

The bearer Mr Edward
Lea is desirous of obtaining a pass for himself
and friend Mr. Nicholson through the
Picket lines to their homes in Montgomery
County Md. I have known Mr Lea
for years and can vouch for him as
a man of unflinching Loyalty, and to
be implicitly relied on in every way.

Very Respectfully yours &c

James P. Stabler
Clerk in City P.O.
Washington, D. C.

Sir
I am well acquainted with Jas P. Stabler,
a clerk in this Office, and have every reason
to place full confidence in what he has
said above. I know him to be a loyal man.

Jas A. Kennedy
Superintendent

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Post Office, Washington City, D. C.,
March 9 1865

Provost Marshal
Washington DC.

Sir

The bearer Mr Edward
Lea is desirous of obtaining a passs for him-
self and friend Mr. Nicholson through the
Picket line to their homes in Montgomery
County ND . I have known Mr Lea
for years and can vouch for him as
a man of unflinching Loyalty, and to
be implicitly relied on in every way.
Very Respectfully yours &c
James P. Stabler
Clerk in City P.O.
Washington, DC

Sir
I am well acquainted with Jas P. Stabler,
a clerk in this Office, and have every reason
to place full confidence in what he has
said above. I know him to be a loyal man.
Jas A Kennedy
Superintendent