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Cascade Va., Nov 20 1714, Mrs. B. B. Munford, Richmond, Va, Dear Madam, Although I have not the honor of your personal acquaintance, yet as I know your distinguished husband so well as we lived for many years in Chatham together I feel free in writing to you in a matter which I know concerns you deeply - to-wit a Co-ordinate College for Women. This evening in looking over my County paper I came across the enclosed article, which I know you will appreciate on account of the information it contains. I do not believe I ever was so much mortified if not angry over the defeat of any Bill as I was over that of the Co-ordinate College [Measure?]. During nearly all of the session I have been urging it in letters published in the Times-Dispatch and even now am involved in a controversy therein with an "Alumnus from Surry about it. When I think of the dimagogaries who defeated it by appeals unworthy of the name of legislators I feel ashamed of my State. But I do