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To the Editor of the Times-Dispatch,
 
To the Editor of the Times-Dispatch,
 
Richmond.
 
Richmond.
Sir: Kindly return to me the letter [illegible] to Woman Suffrage in Virginia signed by me and sent you for publication on Tuesday February 27th.
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Sir: Kindly return to me the letter relative to Woman Suffrage in Virginia signed by me and sent you for publication on Tuesday February 27th.
 
Kindly let this request for the return of the above mentioned letter mean the withdrawal of the said letter which, as you have not been able to find space for it in your columns, I do not wish published at this late day.
 
Kindly let this request for the return of the above mentioned letter mean the withdrawal of the said letter which, as you have not been able to find space for it in your columns, I do not wish published at this late day.
 
Kindly let me hear from you and oblige
 
Kindly let me hear from you and oblige
 
Yours very respectfully
 
Yours very respectfully
 
William Clayton Torrence
 
William Clayton Torrence

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4 March 1912. To the Editor of the Times-Dispatch, Richmond. Sir: Kindly return to me the letter relative to Woman Suffrage in Virginia signed by me and sent you for publication on Tuesday February 27th. Kindly let this request for the return of the above mentioned letter mean the withdrawal of the said letter which, as you have not been able to find space for it in your columns, I do not wish published at this late day. Kindly let me hear from you and oblige Yours very respectfully William Clayton Torrence