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INTRODUCTORY1
THEODORE ROOSEVELT3
INTRODUCTORY NOTE3
ABRAHAM LINCOLN: 4
ABRAHAM LINCOLN42
ABRAHAM LINCOLN.42
THE WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN62
RESPONSE TO REQUEST FOR POSTAGE RECEIPT65
RESPONSE TO POLITICAL SMEAR65
TO MISS MARY OWENS.66
OPPOSITION TO MOB-RULE73
80
TO MISS MARY OWENS.81
TO JOHN BENNETT.82
TO MARY OWENS.82
LEGAL SUIT OF WIDOW v.s.  Gen. ADAMS83
LINCOLN AND TALBOTT IN REPLY TO GEN.  ADAMS.86
Gen. ADAMS CONTROVERSY—­CONTINUED90
SPEECH ON NATIONAL BANK99
TO JOHN T. STUART.104
TO JOHN T. STUART.106
RESOLUTION IN THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.107
RESOLUTION IN THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.107
REMARKS IN THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.107
REMARKS IN THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.108
REMARKS IN THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.109
CIRCULAR FROM WHIG COMMITTEE.109
112
TO JOSHUA F. SPEED—­MURDER CASE112
STATEMENT ABOUT HARRY WILTON.116
TO MISS MARY SPEED—­PRACTICAL SLAVERY116
TO JOSHUA F. SPEED.119
TO JOSHUA F. SPEED—­ON DEPRESSION120
TO G. B. SHELEDY.120
TO GEORGE E. PICKETT—­ADVICE TO YOUTH121
121
TO JOSHUA F. SPEED.129
L.129
TO JOSHUA F. SPEED.130
TO JOSHUA F. SPEED.132
A LETTER FROM THE LOST TOWNSHIPS133
LOST TOWNSHIPS133
INVITATION TO HENRY CLAY.137
CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT THE LINCOLN-SHIELDS DUEL.138
TO J. SHIELDS.138
TO A. LINCOLN FROM JAS. SHIELDS139
MEMORANDUM OF INSTRUCTIONS TO E. H. MERRYMAN,139
TO JOSHUA F. SPEED.140
TO JAMES S. IRWIN.141
CIRCULAR FROM WHIG COMMITTEE.142
TO JOHN BENNETT.149
JOSHUA F. SPEED.150
TO MARTIN M. MORRIS.150
TO MARTIN M. MORRIS.152
A. LINCOLN152
THE WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN153
WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN VOLUME II.153
FIRST CHILD153
ABOLITION MOVEMENT156
TO JOHN BENNETT.157
TO N. J. ROCKWELL.158
TO JAMES BERDAN.158
TO JAMES BERDAN.158
159
SECOND CHILD160
TO MORRIS AND BROWN160
TO WILLIAM H. HERNDON161
TO WILLIAM H. HERNDON.161
162
REMARKS IN THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,163
SPEECH ON DECLARATION OF WAR ON MEXICO165
174
TO WILLIAM H. HERNDON—­LEGAL WORK176
REGARDING SPEECH ON MEXICAN WAR176
TO WILLIAM H. HERNDON.177
ON THE MEXICAN WAR177
REPORT IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,178
REPORT IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,181
181
TO ARCHIBALD WILLIAMS.182
REMARKS IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,182
ON TAYLOR’S NOMINATION184
DEFENSE OF MEXICAN WAR POSITION185
ON ZACHARY TAYLOR NOMINATION185
SPEECH IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,186
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG POLITICIANS195
SALARY OF JUDGE IN WESTERN VIRGINIA197
NATIONAL BANK197
YOUNG v.s.  OLD—­POLITICAL JEALOUSY198
GENERAL TAYLOR AND THE VETO198
211
HIS FATHER’S REQUEST FOR MONEY214
BILL TO ABOLISH SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA214
BILL GRANTING LANDS TO THE STATES TO MAKE RAILWAYS AND CANALS216
ON FEDERAL POLITICAL APPOINTMENTS218
MORE POLITICAL PATRONAGE REQUESTS218
TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR219
TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.219
TO THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL.219
TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.220
TO THOMPSON.220
TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.221
TO J. GILLESPIE.222
REQUEST FOR GENERAL LAND-OFFICE APPPOINTMENT222
REQUEST FOR A PATENT222
TO THE SECRETARY OF INTERIOR.223
TO W. H. HERNDON.223
TO J. GILLESPIE.223
224
NOTES FOR LAW LECTURE226
TO C. HOYT.228
TO JOHN D. JOHNSTON.228
TO J. D. JOHNSTON.230
TO J. D. JOHNSTON.230
Nov. 4, 1851231
TO JOHN D. JOHNSTON.231
TO JOHN D. JOHNSTON.231
CHALLENGED VOTERS242
NEBRASKA MEASURE243
TO A. B. MOREAU.244
REPLY TO SENATOR DOUGLAS—­PEORIA SPEECH244
REQUEST FOR SENATE SUPPORT276
TO T. J. HENDERSON.276
TO J. GILLESPIE.276
POLITICAL REFERENCES276
TO T. J. HENDERSON.277
RETURN TO LAW PROFESSION278
TO O. H. BROWNING.278
TO H. C. WHITNEY.279
RESPONSE TO A PRO-SLAVERY FRIEND279
POLITICAL CORRESPONDENCE298
ON OUT-OF-STATE CAMPAIGNERS298
REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN SPEECH298
ON THE DANGER OF THIRD-PARTIES299
TO JESSE K. DUBOIS.300
TO HARRISON MALTBY.300
TO HENRY O’CONNER, MUSCATINE, IOWA.301
AFTER THE DEMOCRATIC VICTORY OF BUCHANAN301
RESPONSE TO A DOUGLAS SPEECH303
TO WILLIAM GRIMES.314
ARGUMENT IN THE ROCK ISLAND BRIDGE CASE.314
TO JESSE K. DUBOIS.320
TO JOSEPH GILLESPIE.320
TO J. GILLESPIE.320
TO H. C. WHITNEY.321
POLITICAL COMMUNICATION322
BRIEF AUTOBIOGRAPHY,322
THE WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Volume Three323
THE LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATES I323
SPEECH AT CHICAGO, JULY 10, 1858.329
SPEECH AT SPRINGFIELD, JULY 17, 1858.343
CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN LINCOLN AND DOUGLAS358
FIRST JOINT DEBATE, AT OTTAWA,358
SECOND JOINT DEBATE, AT FREEPORT,374
THIRD JOINT DEBATE, AT JONESBORO,388
INTERROGATORIES: 395
CAMPBELL’S REPLY.395
THE WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Volume Four406
THE LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATES II406
FIFTH JOINT DEBATE, AT GALESBURGH,425
SIXTH JOINT DEBATE,440
LAST DEBATE,456
THE WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Volume Five475
CONSTITUTIONAL EDITION475
TO H. C. WHITNEY.476
TO J. W. SOMERS.476
TO A. CAMPBELL.476
TO J. GILLESPIE.476
TO JOHN MATHERS, JACKSONVILLE, ILL.477
TO JOSEPH GILLESPIE.477
TO B. C. COOK.478
TO HON.  J. M. PALMER.478
TO ALEXANDER SYMPSON.478
TO J. O. CUNNINGHAM.478
ON SLAVERY IN A DEMOCRACY.478
TO B. C. COOK.479
TO DR. WILLIAM FITHIAN, DANVILLE, ILL.479
A. LINCOLN479
FRAGMENT OF SPEECH AT PARIS, ILL.,479
SPEECH AT CLINTON, ILLINOIS,480
FRAGMENT OF SPEECH AT EDWARDSVILLE, ILL.,483
VERSE TO “LINNIE”484
NEGROES ARE MEN485
SPRINGFIELD, OCT 18, 1858485
A. LINCOLN485
TO A. SYMPSON.485
SENATORIAL ELECTION LOST AND OUT OF MONEY486
SPRINGFIELD, NOVEMBER 16, 1858486
THE FIGHT MUST GO ON486
REALIZATION THAT DEBATES MUST BE SAVED486
DR. C. H. RAY486
A. LINCOLN487
TO H. D. SHARPE.487
TO A. SYMPSON.487
ON BANKRUPTCY487
A LEGAL OPINION BY ABRAHAM LINCOLN.488
TO M. W. DELAHAY.488
TO W. M. MORRIS.489
TO H. L. PIERCE AND OTHERS.489
TO T. CANISIUS.490
TO THE GOVERNOR, AUDITOR, AND TREASURER OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.491
ON LINCOLN’S SCRAP BOOK492
IT IS BAD TO BE POOR.493
SPEECH AT COLUMBUS, OHIO.494
SPEECH AT CINCINNATI OHIO, SEPTEMBER 17, 1859515
ON PROTECTIVE TARIFFS536
ON MORTGAGES536
FRAGMENT OF SPEECH AT LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS,536
TO G. W. DOLE, G. S. HUBBARD, AND W. H. BROWN.537
TO G. M. PARSONS AND OTHERS.538
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH539
ON NOMINATION TO THE NATIONAL TICKET540
SPRINGFIELD, FEBRUARY 9, 1859540
A. LINCOLN540
SPEECH AT THE COOPER INSTITUTE, NEW YORK FEBRUARY 27, 1860540
SPEECH AT NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, MARCH 6, 1860555
RESPONSE TO AN ELECTOR’S REQUEST FOR MONEY570
TO J. W. SOMERS.570
570
TO H. TAYLOR.571
A. LINCOLN571
REPLY TO THE COMMITTEE SENT BY THE CHICAGO CONVENTION TO INFORM571
572
FORM OF REPLY PREPARED BY MR. LINCOLN, WITH WHICH HIS PRIVATE572
TO E. B. WASHBURNE.573
TO S. HAYCRAFT.573
ABRAHAM OR “ABRAM”573
UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY573
TO HANNIBAL HAMLIN.574
TO A. JONAS.575
TO JOHN B. FRY.575
TO THURLOW WEED576
SLOW TO LISTEN TO CRIMINATIONS576
TO HANNIBAL HAMLIN577
TO E. B. WASHBURNE.577
TO W. H. HERNDON.577
TO L. M. BOND.577
LETTER SUGGESTING A BEARD578
EARLY INFORMATION ON ARMY DEFECTION IN SOUTH578
MAJOR DAVID HUNTER578
TO HANNIBAL HAMLIN578
TO SAMUEL HAYCRAFT.579
579
TO ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS579
TO HANNIBAL HAMLIN579
BLOCKING “COMPROMISE” ON SLAVERY ISSUE579
OPINION ON SECESSION580
SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, DECEMBER 17, 1860580
SOME FORTS SURRENDERED TO THE SOUTH580
TO A. H. STEPHENS.580
HON.  ALEXANDER STEVENS580
SUPPORT OF THE FUGITIVE SLAVE CLAUSE581
TO D. HUNTER.581
TO I. N. MORRIS581
ATTEMPT TO FORM A COALITION CABINET582
TO WILLIAM H. SEWARD.582
TO W. H. SEWARD.582
A. LINCOLN583
SPRINGFIELD, ILL.  FEB. 4, 1861583
A. LINCOLN583
PATRONAGE CLAIMS583
FAREWELL ADDRESS AT SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS,583
REMARKS AT TOLONO, ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY 11, 1861584
REPLY TO ADDRESS OF WELCOME, INDIANAPOLIS,584
ADDRESS TO THE LEGISLATURE OF INDIANA, AT INDIANAPOLIS,585
INTENTIONS TOWARD THE SOUTH586
ADDRESS TO THE GERMAN CLUB OF CINCINNATI, OHIO,586
ADDRESS TO THE LEGISLATURE OF OHIO AT COLUMBUS587
ADDRESS AT STEUBENVILLE, OHIO,588
ADDRESS AT PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA588
ADDRESS AT CLEVELAND, OHIO,591
ADDRESS AT BUFFALO, NEW YORK,591
ADDRESS AT ROCHESTER, NEW YORK,593
ADDRESS AT SYRACUSE, NEW YORK,593
ADDRESS AT UTICA, NEW YORK,593
REPLY TO THE MAYOR OF ALBANY, NEW YORK593
REPLY TO GOVERNOR MORGAN OF NEW YORK, AT ALBANY,594
ADDRESS TO THE LEGISLATURE OF NEW YORK, AT ALBANY,594
ADDRESS AT TROY, NEW YORK,596
ADDRESS AT POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK,596
ADDRESS AT HUDSON, NEW YORK,.597
ADDRESS AT PEEKSKILL, NEW YORK,597
ADDRESS AT FISHKILL LANDING597
REMARKS AT THE ASTOR HOUSE, NEW YORK CITY, FEBRUARY 19, 1861597
ADDRESS AT NEW YORK CITY,598
REPLY TO THE MAYOR OF NEW YORK CITY,599
ADDRESS AT JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY599
REPLY TO THE MAYOR OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY,600
ADDRESS IN TRENTON AT THE TRENTON HOUSE,600
ADDRESS TO THE SENATE OF NEW JERSEY600
ADDRESS TO THE ASSEMBLY OF NEW JERSEY,601
REPLY TO THE MAYOR OF PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA,602
ADDRESS IN THE HALL OF INDEPENDENCE, PHILADELPHIA,603
REPLY TO THE WILMINGTON DELEGATION,604
ADDRESS AT LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,604
ADDRESS TO THE LEGISLATURE OF PENNSYLVANIA, AT HARRISBURG,605
REPLY TO THE MAYOR OF WASHINGTON, D.C.,606
REPLY TO A SERENADE AT WASHINGTON, D.C.,607
WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1861607
FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS,607
REFUSAL OF SEWARD RESIGNATION614
REPLY TO THE PENNSYLVANIA DELEGATION,615
REPLY TO THE MASSACHUSETTS DELEGATION,615
TO SECRETARY SEWARD616
REPLY TO THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS616
TO SECRETARY SEWARD616
TO J. COLLAMER616
TO THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL.617
NOTE ASKING CABINET OPINIONS ON FORT SUMTER.617
ON ROYAL ARBITRATION OF AMERICAN BOUNDARY LINE617
AMBASSADORIAL APPOINTMENTS617
EXECUTIVE MANSION, MARCH 18, 1861617
TO G. E. PATTEN.618
RESPONSE TO SENATE INQUIRY RE.  FORT SUMTER618
ABRAHAM LINCOLN618
PREPARATION OF FIRST NAVAL ACTION618
EXECUTIVE MANSION, MARCH 29, 1861618
TO THE COMMANDANT OF THE NEW YORK NAVY-YARD.619
TO LIEUTENANT D. D. PORTER619
RELIEF EXPEDITION FOR FORT SUMTER619
ORDER TO CAPTAIN SAMUEL MERCER.620
SECRETARY SEWARD’S BID FOR POWER620
FOR FOREIGN NATIONS,621
REPLY TO SECRETARY SEWARD’S MEMORANDUM621
REPLY TO A COMMITTEE FROM THE VIRGINIA CONVENTION, APRIL 13, 1861622
623
ABRAHAM LINCOLN624
PROCLAMATION OF BLOCKADE, APRIL 19, 1861624
TO GOVERNOR HICKS AND MAYOR BROWN.625
TO GOVERNOR HICKS.625
ORDER TO DEFEND FROM A MARYLAND INSURRECTION626
PROCLAMATION OF BLOCKADE, APRIL 27, 1861626
627
LOCALIZED REPEAL OF WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS627
MILITARY ENROLLMENT OF ST. LOUIS CITIZENS627
CONDOLENCE OVER FAILURE OF FT.  SUMTER RELIEF628
PROCLAMATION CALLING FOR 42,034 VOLUNTEERS,628
COMMUNICATION WITH VICE-PRESIDENT629
ORDER TO COLONEL ANDERSON,629
630
TO SECRETARY WELLES.630
630
TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR,634
TO GOVERNOR MORGAN.634
TO CAPTAIN DAHLGREEN.635
LETTER OF CONDOLENCE TO ONE OF FIRST CASUALTIES635
TO COLONEL BARTLETT.635
MEMORANDUM ABOUT INDIANA REGIMENTS.636
TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR.636
TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR.636
TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR.636
TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR.636
TO N. W. EDWARDS637
TO SECRETARY CAMERON.637
HON.  SECRETARY OF WAR.637
TO THE KENTUCKY DELEGATION.637
638
TO SECRETARY SEWARD.638
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS IN SPECIAL SESSION,638
TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.650
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.650
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.650
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.651
TO THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL651
TO THE GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY.652
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.652
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.652
TO SECRETARY CHASE.653
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.653
WASHINGTON, JULY 27, 1861653
JULY 30, 1861653
ORDER TO UNITED STATES MARSHALS.653
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.653
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.654
TO SECRETARY CAMERON.654
654
TO JAMES POLLOCK.655
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR O. P. MORTON.656
A. LINCOLN656
656
TO SECRETARY CAMERON.657
TO GOVERNOR MAGOFFIN,658
TO GENERAL FREMONT.658
TO GENERAL FREMONT.659
TO MRS. FREMONT.659
TO JOSEPH HOLT,660
TO GENERAL SCOTT660
TO SECRETARY CAMERON.660
TO GENERAL FREMONT,661
EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON SEPTEMBER 22, 1861661
662
TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE.663
TO THE VICEROY OF EGYPT.664
664
TO SECRETARY OF INTERIOR.664
TWO SONS WHO WANT TO WORK664
TO GENERAL THOMAS W. SHERMAN.665
TO GENERAL CURTIS, WITH INCLOSURES.665
WASHINGTON, October 24, 1861665
WASHINGTON, October 24, 1861665
ORDER RETIRING GENERAL SCOTT AND APPOINTING666
WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJUTANT-GENERAL’S OFFICE666
EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON.667
ABRAHAM LINCOLN667
667
REPLY TO THE MINISTER FROM SWEDEN.669
INDORSEMENT AUTHORIZING MARTIAL LAW IN SAINT LOUIS.669
669
670
ANNUAL MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.671
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.684
LETTER OF REPRIMAND TO GENERAL HUNTER685
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HALLECK.686
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL D. C. BUELL.686
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.686
TO THE PEOPLE OF MARYLAND,686
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.687
MESSAGES OF DISAPPOINTMENT WITH HIS GENERALS687
TO GENERAL D. C. BUELL.687
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUELL.688
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.688
INDORSEMENT ON LETTER FROM GENERAL HALLECK,688
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR ANDREW.689
A. LINCOLN689
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.690
A. LINCOLN691
ABRAHAM LINCOLN691
PRESIDENT’S GENERAL WAR ORDER NO. 1691
TO SECRETARY STANTON,692
PRESIDENT’S SPECIAL WAR ORDER NO. 1.692
OPPOSITION TO McCLELLAN’S PLANS692
Memorandum accompanying Letter of President Lincoln to General693
TO WM. H. HERNDON.693
RESPITE FOR NATHANIEL GORDON693
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.694
TO GENERALS D. HUNTER AND J. H. LANE.694
695
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.696
FIRST WRITTEN NOTICE OF GRANT697
EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2.—­IN RELATION TO STATE PRISONERS.697
ORDER RELATING TO COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE.698
SPEECH TO THE PERUVIAN MINISTER,698
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS RECOMMENDING COMPENSATED EMANCIPATION.699
INDORSEMENT ON LETTER FROM GOVERNOR YATES.700
PRESIDENT’S GENERAL WAR ORDER NO.2.700
PRESIDENT’S GENERAL WAR ORDER NO.3.701
A. LINCOLN701
PRESIDENT’S SPECIAL WAR ORDER NO.3.705
FROM SECRETARY STANTON TO GENERAL MCCLELLAN.705
SPEECH TO A PARTY OF MASSACHUSETTS GENTLEMAN705
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.706
TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.706
GIFT OF SOME RABBITS707
INSTRUCTION TO SECRETARY STANTON.707
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL McCLELLAN.707
TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.707
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.708
PROCLAMATION RECOMMENDING THANKSGIVING FOR VICTORIES,708
ABOLISHING SLAVERY IN WASHINGTON, D.C.709
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.710
TO POSTMASTER-GENERAL710
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.710
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE, MAY 1, 1862.710
WASHINGTON, MAY 1, 1862710
EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, MAY 1, 1862710
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.711
RESPONSE TO EVANGELICAL LUTHERANS, MAY 6, 1862711
TELEGRAM TO FLAG-OFFICER L. M. GOLDSBOROUGH.711
FURTHER REPRIMAND OF McCLELLAN712
TO FLAG-OFFICER L. M. GOLDSBOROUGH,712
PROCLAMATION RAISING THE BLOCKADE OF CERTAIN PORTS.713
THE WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN713
CONSTITUTIONAL EDITION713
RECOMMENDATION OF NAVAL OFFICERS713
TO THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: 714
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.715
715
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.715
715
716
FROM SECRETARY STANTON TO GENERAL McCLELLAN.716
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. E. McCLELLAN.718
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.718
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL McCLELLAN.719
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL McCLELLAN719
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL RUFUS SAXTON.719
A. LINCOLN719
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. C. FREMONT.720
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. C. FREMONT.720
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.720
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL720
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL McDOWELL.721
A. LINCOLN721
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.721
TELEGRAM TO SECRETARY CHASE.722
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL R. SAXTON.722
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL R. SAXTON.722
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL R. SAXTON.722
HISTORY OF CONSPIRACY OF REBELLION723
MAY 16, 1862723
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.725
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.725
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL McCLELLAN.725
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. C. FREMONT.726
726
726
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.726
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.726
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.726
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.727
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN727
727
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MARCY.727
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.728
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL N. P. BANKS.728
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL FREMONT728
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.728
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MARCY.728
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.728
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL N. P. BANKS.729
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.729
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL FREMONT.729
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.729
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.730
TELEGRAM FROM SECRETARY STANTON730
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.730
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.730
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL I. McDOWELL.731
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.731
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.731
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL N. P. BANKS.731
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. C. FREMONT.731
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.732
TO GENERAL J. C. FREMONT.732
TO GENERAL J. C. FREMONT733
TO GENERAL J. C. FREMONT.734
TO GENERAL C. SCHURZ.735
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.735
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.735
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.736
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.736
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.736
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.736
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL N. P. BANKS.737
TREATY WITH MEXICO737
VETO OF A CURRENCY BILL737
ABRAHAM LINCOLN738
TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.739
ORDER CONSTITUTING THE ARMY OF VIRGINIA.739
740
TELEGRAMS TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE.740
WAR DEPARTMENT, June, 28, 1862740
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.740
A. LINCOLN741
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. A. DIX.741
TELEGRAM TO FLAG-OFFICER L. M. GOLDSBOROUGH.742
A. LINCOLN742
TELEGRAM TO SECRETARY SEWARD.742
TELEGRAM TO SECRETARY SEWARD.743
CALL FOR TROOPS.743
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. A. DIX.744
TELEGRAMS TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.744
CALL FOR 300,000 VOLUNTEERS, JULY 1, 1862.745
THE PRESIDENT746
746
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS, JULY 1, 1862.747
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL McCLELLAN.747
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.748
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.748
748
748
TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.749
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.749
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. A. DIX.749
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.749
A. LINCOLN750
ORDER MAKING HALLECK GENERAL-IN-CHIEF.752
A. LINCOLN752
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.752
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.753
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.753
753
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.755
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. T. BOYLE.756
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. T. BOYLE.756
ACT OF COMPENSATED EMANCIPATION756
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.757
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.757
TO SOLOMON FOOT.757
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.757
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.757
FELLOW-CITIZENS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: 757
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.760
760
ORDER AUTHORIZING EMPLOYMENT OF “CONTRABANDS.”761
WARNING TO REBEL SYMPATHIZERS761
HOLD MY HAND WHILST THE ENEMY STABS ME762
TO LOYAL GOVERNORS.764
BROKEN EGGS CANNOT BE MENDED764
TO COUNT GASPARIN.764
SPEECH AT A WAR MEETING,765
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR ANDREW.766
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.767
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL S. R. CURTIS.767
ADDRESS ON COLONIZATION TO A DEPUTATION OF COLORED MEN.767
TELEGRAM TO OFFICER AT CAMP CHASE, OHIO.771
TO HIRAM BARNEY.771
NOTE OF INTRODUCTION.771
A. LINCOLN771
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BURNSIDE OR GENERAL PARKE.771
TO G. P. WATSON.771
TO HORACE GREELEY.772
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR YATES.772
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR RAMSEY.773
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.773
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE.773
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE.773
A. LINCOLN773
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE.773
A. LINCOLN773
MAJOR-GENERAL McCLELLAN773
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.773
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL HAUPT.773
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL HAUPT.774
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BANKS.774
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. T. BOYLE.774
ORDER TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.774
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. G. WRIGHT.774
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. T. BOYLE.774
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. E. WOOL.774
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B, McCLELLAN.775
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL D. C. BUELL.775
TELEGRAM TO T. WEBSTER.775
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.775
TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.775
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.776
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL C. B. McCLELLAN.776
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.776
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.776
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. G. WRIGHT.776
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. T. BOYLE.777
TELEGRAM TO A. HENRY.777
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.777
777
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. G. WRIGHT.780
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.780
TELEGRAM TO J. K. DUBOIS.  WASHINGTON, D.C.,780
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN,780
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR MORTON.780
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL KETCHUM.780
781
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA783
REPLY TO SERENADE, SEPTEMBER 24, 1862.783
784
784
TO GENERAL HALLECK.785
785
TELEGRAM FROM GENERAL HALLECK786
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL McCLELLAN.786
TO T. H. CLAY.786
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.786
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. T. BOYLE.787
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. T. BOYLE.787
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL CURTIS.787
TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.787
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR PIERPOINT.789
EXECUTIVE ORDER ESTABLISHING A PROVISIONAL COURT IN LOUISIANA.789
TO GENERAL U.S.  GRANT.790
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL JAMESON.790
GENERAL McCLELLAN’S TIRED HORSES791
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.791
791
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.791
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN.792
A. LINCOLN792
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.792
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.792
MEMORANDUM.792
793
TELEGRAM TO M. F. ODELL.793
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL LOWE.793
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. POPE.793
TO COMMODORE FARRAGUT.793
ORDER CONCERNING BLOCKADE.793
A. LINCOLN794
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.794
794
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BLAIR795
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. A. DIX.795
TO GOVERNOR SHEPLEY.795
796
DELAYING TACTICS OF GENERALS796
TO CARL SCHURZ.796
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE.798
ON EXECUTING 300 INDIANS799
LETTER TO JUDGE-ADVOCATE-GENERAL.799
799
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.815
TELEGRAM TO H. J. RAYMOND.815
TELEGRAM TO B. G. BROWN.815
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.816
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.816
TO GENERAL S. R. CURTIS.816
TO J. K. DUBOIS.816
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.817
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.818
TO FERNANDO WOOD.818
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL CURTIS.819
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL H. H. SIBLEY.819
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL CURTIS.819
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BURNSIDE.819
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL CURTIS.819
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BURNSIDE.820
MAJOR-GENERAL BURNSIDE820
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR GAMBLE.820
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL CURTIS.820
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE.820
820
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR ANDREW.820
TO T. J. HENDERSON.821
821
LETTER OF CONDOLENCE821
TO SECRETARY OF WAR.822
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL CURTIS.822
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR GAMBLE.822
A. LINCOLN822
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.822
EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION,823
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.824
A. LINCOLN824
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS824
TO GENERAL S. R. CURTIS.825
TO SECRETARY WELLES.825
TO GENERAL S. L CURTIS.826
TO CALEB RUSSELL AND SALLIE A. FENTON.827
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL ROSECRANS.827
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.827
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.828
TELEGRAM TO B. G. BROWN.828
828
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.830
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL S. R. CURTIS.830
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.831
INSTRUCTION TO THE JUDGE-ADVOCATE-GENERAL.831
831
TO SECRETARY OF WAR.833
PRINTING MONEY833
TO THE WORKING-MEN OF MANCHESTER, ENGLAND.834
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.835
835
FROM GENERAL HALLECK TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.836
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BURNSIDE.836
ORDER RELIEVING GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE AND MAKING OTHER CHANGES.836
TO GENERAL J. HOOKER.836
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.837
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER837
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.837
TO THURLOW WEED.838
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.838
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.838
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SCHENCK.838
TO THE WORKING-MEN OF LONDON, ENGLAND.838
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.839
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.839
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.840
TELEGRAM TO SIMON CAMERON.840
TO ALEXANDER REED.840
A. LINCOLN841
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER841
PROCLAMATION CONVENING THE SENATE,841
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA841
TO SECRETARY SEWARD.841
A. LINCOLN841
842
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.842
TO SECRETARY SEWARD.843
TELEGRAM TO J. O. MORTON.843
GRANT’S EXCLUSION OF A NEWSPAPER REPORTER843
TO BENJAMIN GRATZ.843
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL ROSECRANS.843
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL S. A. HURLBUT.844
QUESTION OF RAISING NEGRO TROOPS844
PROCLAMATION APPOINTING A NATIONAL FAST-DAY.844
LICENSE OF COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE.845
TO GENERAL D. HUNTER.846
846
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.847
OPINION ON HARBOR DEFENSE.847
TELEGRAM TO THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY.848
TELEGRAM TO OFFICER IN COMMAND AT NASHVILLE.848
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.848
A. LINCOLN849
TO GENERAL D. HUNTER AND ADMIRAL S. F. DUPONT.849
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL S. HOOKER.849
ON COLONIZATION ARRANGEMENTS850
STATEHOOD FOR WEST VIRGINIA850
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.850
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. HOOKER.851
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.851
TELEGRAM TO W. A. NEWELL.851
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN,851
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN851
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL D. BUTTERFIELD.852
GENERALS LOST852
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. HOOKER.852
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BURNSIDE.852
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.852
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER852
853
TO GENERAL J. HOOKER.853
DRAFTING OF ALIENS853
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. HOOKER.854
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. A. DIX.855
TO SECRETARY SEWARD.855
TO SECRETARY STANTON.855
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.855
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR SEYMOUR855
A. LINCOLN856
TO GENERAL J. HOOKER.856
FACTIONAL QUARRELS856
TELEGRAM TO JAMES GUTHRIE.856
TO SECRETARY OF WAR.857
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.857
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.857
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL S. A. HURLBUT.858
TELEGRAM TO ANSON STAGER.858
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL HAGGARD.858
A. LINCOLN858
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SCHENCK.858
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR BUCKINGHAM.858
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.859
TO GENERAL SCHOFIELD.859
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.859
TO ERASTUS CORNING.859
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.860
A. LINCOLN860
TO J. K. DUBOIS AND OTHERS.860
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE.860
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.860
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL U.S.  GRANT.861
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTTERFIELD.861
TO SECRETARY STANTON.861
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.861
TELEGRAM TO MRS. GRIMSLEY.862
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX,862
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.862
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.862
A. LINCOLN863
A. LINCOLN863
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.863
A. LINCOLN863
TELEGRAM TO MRS. LINCOLN.863
TO ERASTUS CORNING AND OTHERS.864
TO THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.871
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL TYLER.871
RESPONSE TO A “BESIEGED” GENERAL871
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL KELLEY.871
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.871
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL R. C. SCHENCK.872
NEEDS NEW TIRES ON HIS CARRIAGE872
872
ABRAHAM LINCOLN873
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEAGHER.873
TELEGRAM TO MRS. LINCOLN.873
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL BLISS.873
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.873
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.873
TELEGRAM TO JOSHUA TEVIS.874
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DINGMAN.874
A. LINCOLN874
TO GENERAL J. M. SCHOFIELD.875
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. HOOKER.876
TO SECRETARY OF WAR.876
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL COUCH.876
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.876
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL PECK.876
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SLOCUM.877
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL HOOKER.877
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BURNSIDE.877
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR BOYLE.877
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SCHENCK.877
FURTHER DEMOCRATIC PARTY CRITICISM877
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR PARKER.881
TELEGRAM TO A. K. McCLURE.881
A. LINCOLN882
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BURNSIDE.882
REASSURING SON IN COLLEGE882
ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEWS FROM GETTYSBURG.882
CONTINUED FAILURE TO PURSUE ENEMY883
RESPONSE TO A SERENADE,883
SURRENDER OF VICKSBURG TO GENERAL GRANT884
884
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL THOMAS.884
NEWS OF GRANT’S CAPTURE OF VICKSBURG885
TELEGRAM TO F. F. LOWE.885
TELEGRAM TO J. K. DUBOIS.885
TO GENERAL GRANT.885
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. M. SCHOFIELD.886
SON IN COLLEGE DOES NOT WRITE HIS PARENTS886
INTIMATION OF ARMISTICE PROPOSALS886
HIS EXCELLENCY ZEBULON B. VANCE.886
887
TELEGRAM TO J. O. BROADHEAD.888
TO GENERAL LANE.889
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR MORTON.889
TO GOVERNOR PARKER889
A. LINCOLN890
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. M. SCHOFIELD890
A. LINCOLN890
HON.  POSTMASTER-GENERAL890
A. LINCOLN890
ABRAHAM LINCOLN891
LETTER TO GOVERNOR PARKER.891
892
A. LINCOLN892
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.892
TO SECRETARY STANTON.893
ORDER OF RETALIATION.893
TO GENERAL S. A. HURLBUT.894
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR SEYMOUR894
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL FOSTER.895
TO GENERAL N. P. BANKS.895
TO GOVERNOR SEYMOUR.895
TO GENERAL U.S.  GRANT.897
TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.897
TO GOVERNOR SEYMOUR.898
TO GENERAL J. A. McCLERNAND.899
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR SEYMOUR.900
A. LINCOLN900
A. LINCOLN901
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.901
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SCHOFIELD.901
TELEGRAM TO MRS. GRIMSLEY.902
A. LINCOLN902
TO SECRETARY STANTON.905
TO GOVERNOR SEYMOUR.906
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. M. SCHOFIELD.906
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. G. MEADE.906
TELEGRAM TO F. C. SHERMAN AND J. S. HAYES.906
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL FOSTER.907
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL CRAWFORD.907
TELEGRAM TO L. SWETT.907
TELEGRAM TO MRS. LINCOLN.907
TELEGRAM TO J. C. CONKLING.907
TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.908
A. LINCOLN908
POLITICAL MOTIVATED MISQUOTATION IN NEWSPAPER908
ORDER CONCERNING COMMERCIAL REGULATIONS.908
TELEGRAM TO J. SEGAR.909
A. LINCOLN909
TELEGRAM TO SECRETARY STANTON.909
TELEGRAM TO F. C. SHERMAN AND J. S. HAYES.909
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.910
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.910
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL WHEATON.910
TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.910
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE.911
A. LINCOLN911
A. LINCOLN911
A. LINCOLN911
TELEGRAM TO J. G. BLAINE.911
912
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.913
TELEGRAM TO MRS. SPEED.913
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.913
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SCHENCK.913
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.913
REQUEST TO SUGGEST NAME FOR A BABY914
A. LINCOLN914
ABRAHAM LINCOLN914
TELEGRAM TO MRS. LINCOLN.915
TELEGRAM TO MRS. LINCOLN.915
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.916
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE916
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE916
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS916
TELEGRAM TO O. M. HATCH AND J. K. DUBOIS.917
TELEGRAM TO MRS. LINCOLN.917
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.917
A. LINCOLN917
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.918
A. LINCOLN918
WAR DEPARTMENT, SEPTEMBER 24, 1863918
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL McCALLUM.919
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.919
TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.919
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.920
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SCHOFIELD.920
A. LINCOLN920
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL TYLER920
TO GENERAL SCHOFIELD.920
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL S. M. SCHOFIELD.921
PROCLAMATION FOR THANKSGIVING, OCTOBER 3, 1863.922
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. M. SCHOFIELD.923
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.923
TO C. D. DRAKE AND OTHERS.923
927
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.928
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.928
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.928
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. G. MEADE.928
TELEGRAM TO WAYNE McVEIGH.929
TO THURLOW WEED.929
TO L. B. TODD.929
AID TO MRS. HELM, MRS. LINCOLN’S SISTER929
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL FOSTER.929
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.929
TELEGRAM TO T. W. SWEENEY.930
TELEGRAM TO T. C. DURANT.930
COMMENT ON A NOTE.930
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.930
931
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL FOSTER.932
TELEGRAM TO W. B. THOMAS932
TELEGRAM TO J. WILLIAMS AND N. G. TAYLOR.932
TELEGRAM TO T. C. DURANT.932
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. ROSECRANS.932
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL R. C. SCHENCK.933
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL R. C. SCHENCK.933
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.933
TO E. B. WASHBURNE.933
TO SECRETARY CHASE.934
THE WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN934
CONSTITUTIONAL EDITION934
TO GENERAL SCHOFIELD.935
TO VICE-PRESIDENT HAMLIN.936
TO J. W. GRIMES.936
MEMORANDUM.937
TO POSTMASTER-GENERAL BLAIR.937
TO GOVERNOR BRADFORD.938
ORDER CONCERNING THE EXPORT OF TOBACCO PURCHASED BY FOREIGN NATIONS.940
TO SECRETARY CHASE942
ADDRESS AT GETTYSBURG942
TO SECRETARY SEWARD.943
TO C. P. KIRKLAND.943
ANNOUNCEMENT OF UNION SUCCESS IN EAST TENNESSEE.943
944
ANNUAL MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,946
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.958
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.959
TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.959
TO JUDGE HOFFMAN.960
960
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,961
TO O. D. FILLEY.962
TO GENERAL N. P. BANKS.964
TO SECRETARY STANTON.964
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR PIERPOINT.964
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.964
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL MEADE.965
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,965
TO GENERAL Q. A. GILLMORE.966
TO CROSBY AND NICHOLS.966
TO GENERAL P. STEELE.967
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS, JANUARY 20, 1864968
ORDER APPROVING TRADE REGULATIONS.968
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL FOSTER.968
TELEGRAM TO E. STANLEY.968
TO GENERAL H. W. HALLECK.968
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SICKLES.969
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR BRAMLETTE.969
COLONIZATION EXPERIMENT969
969
THE STORY OF THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION970
TELEGRAM TO HORACE MAYNARD.971
TO W. M. FISHBACK.971
TELEGRAM TO A. ROBINSON.972
972
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL ROSECRANS.974
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL STEELE.974
TO GENERAL F. STEELE.974
DESERTERS DEATH SENTENCES REMITTED975
FEMALE SPY975
TO W. JAYNE.975
TO E. H. EAST.975
TO SECRETARY STANTON.976
TO SECRETARY CHASE.977
TO GENERAL THOMAS.977
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL STEELE.978
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.978
978
MESSAGE TO SENATE.979
TO THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES979
ADDRESS TO GENERAL GRANT,979
GENERAL GRANT’S REPLY.980
980
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR MURPHY.980
980
CALL FOR TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND MEN.980
PASS FOR GENERAL D. E. SICKLES.981
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN981
ORDER TO GOVERNOR HAHN.981
REMARKS AT A FAIR IN THE PATENT OFFICE,981
982
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.984
984
984
TO SECRETARY STANTON.985
TO GENERAL G. G. MEADE.986
TO A. G. HODGES.986
TO MRS. HORACE MANN.988
LECTURE ON LIBERTY988
TO CALVIN TRUESDALE.990
TELEGRAM TO OFFICER COMMANDING AT FORT WARREN.990
TELEGRAM TO OFFICER COMMANDING AT FORT WARREN.991
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL DIX.991
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.991
INDORSEMENT ON OFFER OF TROOPS, APRIL 23, 1864.991
TO SECRETARY STANTON.992
TO GOVERNOR MURPHY.993
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS, APRIL 28, 1864.993
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,993
TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.994
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES995
TO MRS. S. B. McCONKEY.995
RECOMMENDATION OF THANKSGIVING.995
RESPONSE TO A SERENADE,996
TO P. B. LOOMIS.996
RESPONSE TO A METHODIST DELEGATION, MAY 14, 1864.997
997
998
999
999
999
1000
A. LINCOLN1001
1001
REPLY TO A DELEGATION FROM THE NATIONAL UNION LEAGUE,1003
REPLY TO A DELEGATION FROM OHIO,1003
REMARKS TO AN OHIO REGIMENT,1004
ADDRESS AT A SANITARY FAIR IN PHILADELPHIA,1005
TO ATTORNEY-GENERAL BATES.1005
LETTER ACCEPTING THE NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT.1006
TO GENERAL P. STEELE.1007
TO J. L. SCRIPPS.1007
FROM SECRETARY STANTON TO GOVERNOR SEYMOUR.1008
1008
PROCLAMATION FOR A DAY OF PRAYER, JULY 7, 1864.1010
TO HORACE GREELEY.1012
1012
1014
SAFE CONDUCT FOR CLEMENT C. CLAY AND OTHERS,1014
1014
ANNOUNCEMENT CONCERNING TERMS OF PEACE.1015
PROCLAMATION CALLING FOR FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND VOLUNTEERS,1015
TELEGRAM TO J. L. WRIGHT.1017
1017
TO GOVERNOR CURTIN, ENCLOSING A LETTER TO WILLIAM O. SNIDER.1017
FROM JOHN HAY TO J. C. WELLING.1017
TO COLONEL, FIRST N. Y. VETERAN CAVALRY.1018
FROM SECRETARY STANTON TO GENERAL HALLECK.1018
INDORSEMENT, AUGUST 3, 1864.1019
1019
1020
1020
ON DISLOYAL FAMILY MEMBER1020
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.1020
INTERVIEW WITH JOHN T. MILLS,1021
1022
TO H. J. RAYMOND.1022
1022
INDORSEMENT CONCERNING AN EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS, AUGUST 18, 1864.1023
ADDRESS TO THE 164TH OHIO REGIMENT,1023
ADDRESS TO THE 166TH OHIO REGIMENT,1024
MEMORANDUM.1024
ORDER CONCERNING COTTON.1025
TO COLONEL HUIDEKOPER.1025
PROCLAMATION OF THANKSGIVING,1025
ORDERS OF GRATITUDE AND REJOICING.1026
TO MRS. GURNEY.1027
1028
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR PICKERING.1028
ORDER OF THANKS TO HUNDRED-DAY TROOPS FROM OHIO.1028
TO GENERAL U.S.  GRANT.1028
LIEUTENANT-GENERAL GRANT: 1028
1029
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL SLOUGH.1029
TO GENERAL W. T. SHERMAN.1029
INDORSEMENT CONCERNING AN EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS, SEPTEMBER 1864.1029
1030
TO GENERAL HITCHCOCK,1030
TO GENERAL U.S.  GRANT.1030
TO POSTMASTER-GENERAL BLAIR.1030
HON.  MONTGOMERY BLAIR.1030
ORDER CONCERNING THE PURCHASE OF PRODUCTS IN INSURRECTIONARY STATES.1031
INDORSEMENT.1032
1032
TO GENERAL U.S.  GRANT.1033
1033
TO H. W. HOFFMAN.1033
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR CURTIN.1034
RESPONSE TO A SERENADE,1034
PROCLAMATION OF THANKSGIVING, OCTOBER 20, 1864.1035
TO WILLIAM B. CAMPBELL AND OTHERS.1036
1038
PROCLAMATION ADMITTING NEVADA INTO THE UNION1038
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BURBRIDGE.1039
TELEGRAM TO NAVAL OFFICER AT MOBILE BAY.1039
(Inclosure.)1039
NAVAL OFFICER IN COMMAND AT MOBILE BAY1039
TELEGRAM TO SAILORS’ FAIR, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.1039
TELEGRAM TO A. H. RICE.1039
1040
ON DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT1040
1043
1044
FIVE-STAR MOTHER1044
TO J. PHILLIPS.1045
1045
1045
1045
MEMORANDUM,1045
ORDER CONCERNING THE STEAMER “FUNAYMA SOLACE.”1046
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.1046
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.1046
ANNUAL MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,1047
1059
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR HALL.1059
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL FASLEIGH.1059
1059
ORIGIN OF THE “GREENBACK” CURRENCY1060
1060
CALL FOR 300,000 VOLUNTEERS, DECEMBER 19, 1864.1061
SHERMAN’S MARCH TO THE SEA1061
TO J. MACLEAN.1062
TELEGRAM TO OFFICER IN COMMAND AT NASHVILLE.1062
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.1063
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL BUTLER.1063
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL WARNER.1063
TELEGRAM TO J. WILLIAMS.1063
MESSAGE TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.1063
TO GENERAL U. S. GRANT.1064
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL GRANT.1064
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS,1064
TO SCHUYLER COLFAX.1064
1065
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL B. F. BUTLER.1065
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL B. F. BUTLER.1066
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.1066
FIRST OVERTURES FOR SURRENDER FROM DAVIS1066
EXECUTIVE MANSION,1066
1067
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON.1067
REPLY TO A COMMITTEE, JANUARY 24, 1865.1067
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL GRANT.1068
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL GRANT.1068
EARLY CONSULTATIONS WITH REBELS1068
INDORSEMENT ON A LETTER FROM J. M. ASHLEY.1069
(Indorsement.)1069
1069
INSTRUCTIONS TO SECRETARY SEWARD.1069
1070
1070
1070
ORDER TO MAKE CORRECTIONS IN THE DRAFT.1071
TO PROVOST-MARSHAL-GENERAL.1071
TO GOVERNOR SMITH.1072
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.1072
1073
1073
CHRONOLOGIC REVIEW OF PEACE PROPOSALS1073
1080
MESSAGE TO THE SENATE.1082
TO THE PRESIDENT: 1082
TO ADMIRAL DAVID D. PORTER.1084
1084
A. LINCOLN1084
PROCLAMATION CONVENING THE SENATE IN EXTRA SESSION,1085
1085
A. LINCOLN1086
1086
1086
1086
TO T. W. CONWAY.1086
SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS,1087
1088
PROCLAMATION OFFERING PARDON TO DESERTERS,1089
TELEGRAM TO H. T. BLOW.1090
LETTER TO THURLOW WEED,1090
TELEGRAM TO COLONEL ROUGH AND OTHERS.1091
ADDRESS TO AN INDIANA REGIMENT,1091
PROCLAMATION CONCERNING INDIANS,1092
1092
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL J. POPE.1092
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL ORD.1093
TELEGRAM TO JUDGE SCATES.1093
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL W. S. HANCOCK.1093
ANOTHER FEMALE SPY1093
A. LINCOLN1094
1096
A. LINCOLN1097
1097
1099
NOTE ON A CARD TO SECRETARY STANTON.1099
RESPONSE TO A CALL,1100
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. H. GORDON.1100
1100
PROCLAMATION OPENING THE PORT OF KEY WEST,1101
1101
LAST PUBLIC ADDRESS,1102
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. WEITZEL.1106
INTERVIEW WITH SCHUYLER COLFAX ON THE MORNING OF APRIL 14, 1865.1107
TO GENERAL VAN ALLEN.1107
LINCOLN’S LAST WRITTEN WORDS1107
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