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The sale of Monticello. A correspondent of the Lynchburg Republican sends that paper an account of the sale of Monticello; the former residence of Thomas JefferMonticello; the former residence of Thomas Jefferson. It was sold under the confiscation act. The letter says a large crowd was present, and--. "Among them was Captain Jonas P. Levy, brother of the deceased owner of Monticello. After the deputy marshal had proclaimed the decree of the District Court, Confederate States of America, and the terms of the sale, Captain Levy s was also interred on the place, and he hoped whoever became the purchaser of Monticello would let her rest in peace.--Monticello was put up, and the first bid was $2Monticello was put up, and the first bid was $20,000, the last $80,500, and Lieutenant-Colonel B. F. Ficklin the purchaser. "The land at Buckeye, nine hundred and sixty-one acres, was bought, it is said, for body of a chair or one-horse sulkey which Mr. Jefferson used to ride in from Monticello to Philadelphia when he was Secretary of State. Standing in front of the hou