The Writings of Abraham Lincoln — Volume 7: 1863-1865 eBook

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TO GENERAL SCHOFIELD.1
TO VICE-PRESIDENT HAMLIN.2
TO J. W. GRIMES.3
MEMORANDUM.3
TO POSTMASTER-GENERAL BLAIR.4
TO GOVERNOR BRADFORD.5
ORDER CONCERNING THE EXPORT OF TOBACCO PURCHASED BY FOREIGN NATIONS.7
TO SECRETARY CHASE8
ADDRESS AT GETTYSBURG8
TO SECRETARY SEWARD.9
TO C. P. KIRKLAND.10
ANNOUNCEMENT OF UNION SUCCESS IN EAST TENNESSEE.10
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ANNUAL MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,13
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.25
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.26
TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.26
TO JUDGE HOFFMAN.27
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MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,28
TO O. D. FILLEY.29
TO GENERAL N. P. BANKS.31
TO SECRETARY STANTON.31
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR PIERPOINT.31
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.31
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.32
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,32
TO GENERAL Q. A. GILLMORE.33
TO CROSBY AND NICHOLS.33
TO GENERAL P. STEELE.34
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS, JANUARY 20, 186435
ORDER APPROVING TRADE REGULATIONS.35
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL FOSTER.35
TELEGRAM TO E. STANLEY.35
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.35
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SICKLES.36
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR BRAMLETTE.36
COLONIZATION EXPERIMENT36
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THE STORY OF THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION37
TELEGRAM TO HORACE MAYNARD.38
TO W. M. FISHBACK.38
TELEGRAM TO A. ROBINSON.39
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TELEGRAM TO GENERAL ROSECRANS.41
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL STEELE.41
TO GENERAL F. STEELE.41
DESERTERS DEATH SENTENCES REMITTED42
FEMALE SPY42
TO W. JAYNE.42
TO E. H. EAST.42
TO SECRETARY STANTON.43
TO SECRETARY CHASE.44
TO GENERAL THOMAS.44
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL STEELE.45
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.45
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MESSAGE TO SENATE.46
TO THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES46
ADDRESS TO GENERAL GRANT,46
GENERAL GRANT’S REPLY.47
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TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR MURPHY.47
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CALL FOR TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND MEN.47
PASS FOR GENERAL D. E. SICKLES.48
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN48
ORDER TO GOVERNOR HAHN.48
REMARKS AT A FAIR IN THE PATENT OFFICE,48
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TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.51
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TO SECRETARY STANTON.52
TO GENERAL G. G. MEADE.53
TO A. G. HODGES.53
TO MRS. HORACE MANN.55
LECTURE ON LIBERTY55
TO CALVIN TRUESDALE.57
TELEGRAM TO OFFICER COMMANDING AT FORT WARREN.57
TELEGRAM TO OFFICER COMMANDING AT FORT WARREN.58
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.58
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.58
INDORSEMENT ON OFFER OF TROOPS, APRIL 23, 1864.58
TO SECRETARY STANTON.59
TO GOVERNOR MURPHY.60
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS, APRIL 28, 1864.60
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,60
TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.61
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES62
TO MRS. S. B. McCONKEY.62
RECOMMENDATION OF THANKSGIVING.62
RESPONSE TO A SERENADE,63
TO P. B. LOOMIS.63
RESPONSE TO A METHODIST DELEGATION, MAY 14, 1864.64
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A. LINCOLN68
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REPLY TO A DELEGATION FROM THE NATIONAL UNION LEAGUE,70
REPLY TO A DELEGATION FROM OHIO,70
REMARKS TO AN OHIO REGIMENT,71
ADDRESS AT A SANITARY FAIR IN PHILADELPHIA,72
TO ATTORNEY-GENERAL BATES.72
LETTER ACCEPTING THE NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT.73
TO GENERAL P. STEELE.74
TO J. L. SCRIPPS.74
FROM SECRETARY STANTON TO GOVERNOR SEYMOUR.75
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PROCLAMATION FOR A DAY OF PRAYER, JULY 7, 1864.77
TO HORACE GREELEY.79
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SAFE CONDUCT FOR CLEMENT C. CLAY AND OTHERS,81
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ANNOUNCEMENT CONCERNING TERMS OF PEACE.82
PROCLAMATION CALLING FOR FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND VOLUNTEERS,82
TELEGRAM TO J. L. WRIGHT.84
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TO GOVERNOR CURTIN, ENCLOSING A LETTER TO WILLIAM O. SNIDER.84
FROM JOHN HAY TO J. C. WELLING.84
TO COLONEL, FIRST N. Y. VETERAN CAVALRY.85
FROM SECRETARY STANTON TO GENERAL HALLECK.85
INDORSEMENT, AUGUST 3, 1864.86
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ON DISLOYAL FAMILY MEMBER87
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.87
INTERVIEW WITH JOHN T. MILLS,88
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TO H. J. RAYMOND.89
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INDORSEMENT CONCERNING AN EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS, AUGUST 18, 1864.90
ADDRESS TO THE 164TH OHIO REGIMENT,90
ADDRESS TO THE 166TH OHIO REGIMENT,91
MEMORANDUM.91
ORDER CONCERNING COTTON.92
TO COLONEL HUIDEKOPER.92
PROCLAMATION OF THANKSGIVING,92
ORDERS OF GRATITUDE AND REJOICING.93
TO MRS. GURNEY.94
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TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR PICKERING.95
ORDER OF THANKS TO HUNDRED-DAY TROOPS FROM OHIO.95
TO GENERAL U.S.  GRANT.95
LIEUTENANT-GENERAL GRANT: 95
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TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SLOUGH.96
TO GENERAL W. T. SHERMAN.96
INDORSEMENT CONCERNING AN EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS, SEPTEMBER 1864.96
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TO GENERAL HITCHCOCK,97
TO GENERAL U.S.  GRANT.97
TO POSTMASTER-GENERAL BLAIR.97
HON.  MONTGOMERY BLAIR.97
ORDER CONCERNING THE PURCHASE OF PRODUCTS IN INSURRECTIONARY STATES.98
INDORSEMENT.99
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TO GENERAL U.S.  GRANT.100
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TO H. W. HOFFMAN.100
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.101
RESPONSE TO A SERENADE,101
PROCLAMATION OF THANKSGIVING, OCTOBER 20, 1864.102
TO WILLIAM B. CAMPBELL AND OTHERS.103
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PROCLAMATION ADMITTING NEVADA INTO THE UNION105
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BURBRIDGE.106
TELEGRAM TO NAVAL OFFICER AT MOBILE BAY.106
(Inclosure.)106
NAVAL OFFICER IN COMMAND AT MOBILE BAY106
TELEGRAM TO SAILORS’ FAIR, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.106
TELEGRAM TO A. H. RICE.106
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ON DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT107
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FIVE-STAR MOTHER111
TO J. PHILLIPS.112
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MEMORANDUM,112
ORDER CONCERNING THE STEAMER “FUNAYMA SOLACE.”113
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.113
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.113
ANNUAL MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,114
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TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR HALL.126
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL FASLEIGH.126
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ORIGIN OF THE “GREENBACK” CURRENCY127
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CALL FOR 300,000 VOLUNTEERS, DECEMBER 19, 1864.128
SHERMAN’S MARCH TO THE SEA128
TO J. MACLEAN.129
TELEGRAM TO OFFICER IN COMMAND AT NASHVILLE.129
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.130
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.130
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL WARNER.130
TELEGRAM TO J. WILLIAMS.130
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.130
TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.131
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL GRANT.131
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,131
TO SCHUYLER COLFAX.131
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TELEGRAM TO GENERAL B. F. BUTLER.132
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL B. F. BUTLER.133
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.133
FIRST OVERTURES FOR SURRENDER FROM DAVIS133
EXECUTIVE MANSION,133
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TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.134
REPLY TO A COMMITTEE, JANUARY 24, 1865.134
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL GRANT.135
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL GRANT.135
EARLY CONSULTATIONS WITH REBELS135
INDORSEMENT ON A LETTER FROM J. M. ASHLEY.136
(Indorsement.)136
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INSTRUCTIONS TO SECRETARY SEWARD.136
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ORDER TO MAKE CORRECTIONS IN THE DRAFT.138
TO PROVOST-MARSHAL-GENERAL.138
TO GOVERNOR SMITH.139
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.139
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CHRONOLOGIC REVIEW OF PEACE PROPOSALS140
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MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.149
TO THE PRESIDENT: 149
TO ADMIRAL DAVID D. PORTER.151
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A. LINCOLN151
PROCLAMATION CONVENING THE SENATE IN EXTRA SESSION,152
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A. LINCOLN153
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TO T. W. CONWAY.153
SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS,154
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PROCLAMATION OFFERING PARDON TO DESERTERS,156
TELEGRAM TO H. T. BLOW.157
LETTER TO THURLOW WEED,157
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL ROUGH AND OTHERS.158
ADDRESS TO AN INDIANA REGIMENT,158
PROCLAMATION CONCERNING INDIANS,159
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TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. POPE.159
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL ORD.160
TELEGRAM TO JUDGE SCATES.160
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. HANCOCK.160
ANOTHER FEMALE SPY160
A. LINCOLN161
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A. LINCOLN164
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NOTE ON A CARD TO SECRETARY STANTON.166
RESPONSE TO A CALL,167
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. H. GORDON.167
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PROCLAMATION OPENING THE PORT OF KEY WEST,168
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LAST PUBLIC ADDRESS,169
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. WEITZEL.173
INTERVIEW WITH SCHUYLER COLFAX ON THE MORNING OF APRIL 14, 1865.174
TO GENERAL VAN ALLEN.174
LINCOLN’S LAST WRITTEN WORDS174
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