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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln - Volume 7: 1863

Abraham Lincoln

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Navy on the active list from the 4th July, 1863, to fill an existing vacancy.

A. LINCOLN.



TELEGRAM TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT. WASHINGTON, December 8, 1863. MAJOR-GENERAL GRANT:

Understanding that your lodgment at Chattanooga and Knoxville is now secure, I wish to tender you, and all under your command, my more than thanks, my profoundest gratitude, for the skill, courage, and perseverance with which you and they, over so great difficulties, have effected that important object. God bless you all!

A. LINCOLN.



TO GOVERNOR CURTIN. EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, December 9, 1863 HIS EXCELLENCY A. G. CURTIN,

Governor of Pennsylvania.

DEAR SIR:—I have to urge my illness, and the preparation of the message, in excuse for not having sooner transmitted you the inclosed from the Secretary of War and Provost Marshal General in response to yours in r. . . Read More

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