Document: Thomas Corwin to Abraham Lincoln, September 6, 1864Document: Thomas Corwin to Abraham Lincoln, September 6, 1864
Sir I wish my resignation to be filed as of its date It is important that I should not be an office holder. It cripples me in both private & public Matters especially the latter. When Mr. Seward comes home if there is any objection I will take it back &
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Document: Harriet Chapman to Abraham Lincoln, January 17, 1865Document: Harriet Chapman to Abraham Lincoln, January 17, 1865
I ask you for your assistence feeling Sure that you would not deny me and then Gran Ma made me promis to write to you and tell you to do all you Could for us for She would rather live with us then enny where els The rest of the relations are
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Document: Richard M. Blatchford to William H. Seward, October 1, [1864]Document: Richard M. Blatchford to William H. Seward, October 1, [1864]
I have been in Albany a few days among the Central Rail Road Democrats and I am entirely satisfied that they have no confidence whatever in being able to elect McClellan--1 I am sure they do not expect to carry Penn: on the 11th
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Document: Samuel C. Pomeroy to Abraham Lincoln, July 22, 1864 Washington, July 22d 1864Document: Samuel C. Pomeroy to Abraham Lincoln, July 22, 1864 Washington, July 22d 1864
I see by the inclosed letter of the Hon Secretary of War,1 that he does not consider the late appointment and confirmation of Capt. Levy
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Document: Emerentiana Bowden to Abraham Lincoln, April 23, 1864Document: Emerentiana Bowden to Abraham Lincoln, April 23, 1864
Delaware, which, at our instance, you were so kind as to grant yesterday. You will ever have the prayers & blessing of the afflicted wife & four almost starving children whom you have relieved, and I might say, restored to life
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