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The Abraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of Congress
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Items 1 through 20 of 29
1Frederick Steele, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Printed general orders)
2William B. Astor and Robert B. Roosevelt to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Telegram requesting an interview)
3William B. Astor, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Request Lincoln to urge General Dix to accept mayoral nomination for New York City)
4Nicholas Brewer to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Thomas Pratt and Maryland election)
5Mrs. R. H. Maynard to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Telegram inquiring about exchange of prisoners)
6Abraham Lincoln to Isaac R. Diller, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Dr. Charles M. Wetherill)
7Mark W. Delahay to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Missouri politics)
8Frederick F. Low to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Telegram concerning certificates of election for members of Congress from California)
9George Upfold to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Sends circular concerning Thanksgiving)
10Salmon P. Chase to Cuthbert Bullitt, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Appointment as special agent and naval officer)
11Henry C. Carey to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Cover letter)
12William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Telegram reporting that he will be in Washington tomorrow or the following day)
13Francis J. Keffer to Carlos A. Waite, Friday, November 06, 1863 (List of people who were not allowed to vote in Maryland because of their refusal to take the oath of allegiance; endorsed by Waite and Maxwell Woodhull)
14Andrew G. Curtin to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Requests pardons)
15John A. McClernand to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Telegram requesting permission to publish his protest)
16Frederick F. Low to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Certificates of election for California members of Congress)
17Thomas M. Vincent to John H. Hardie, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Submits papers concerning officers dismissed from 10th New York Cavalry; with memorandum on John C. Lemmon's military history)
18Joshua F. Speed to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Writes on behalf of Thomas L. Crittenden)
19John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Cover letter)
20Joel Parker to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, November 05, 1863 (Recruitment in New Jersey)

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