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She writes to Bennett that they are going to Washington D. C. to see about facilitating his exchange.
General Hancock is arranging the exchange. Help obtained from Mrs Emley.
Jane Hollins Randolph writes to her grandson Bennett's wife Lucy expressing her love and happiness for them both.
S. J. C. writes about the rough experience of the campaign in the winter and is thankful it is over. Family news includes information such as Lewis is managing Lego, and Sue and John are at the University of Virginia. The Railroads have cut ten percent of all their employees and they can't pay rent.
Family news. Possible mention of enslaved person "Jim". Mentions Governor Walker and business improving. (Virginia Governor Gilbert Carlton Walker 1833-1885)
She mentions that business is dependent on the Canal.