awrence forwarded to Amos Kendall with one he had written.
Amos Kendall of Kentucky was of the trio of Postmasters General during the administration of Andrew Jackson.
At this time they were first considered as cabinet officers.
From the Post Office Department, 2d February, 1836, he replied to Mr. Lawrence, saying:—
Mr. Wyman's contract for carrying the mail between Boston and Medford expired 31 December, 1832, and was not advertised for reletting under the contracts commencing 1st January, 1833, because of Medford being on the daily Post Route from Boston to Concord, N. H. Mr. Wyman was advised in July, 1834, throua Mr. Young of the Boston Post Office that the Postmaster General declined renewing his contract for this service or making him any compensation for services uncalled for by the Department.
I can perceive no good reason for reversing this decision.
From this there was no appeal, of course, and Mr. Wyman must have experienced disappointment and probably pecuniary