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The Abraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of Congress
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Items 1 through 20 of 34
1John Cochrane to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Recommends replacement for Hiram Barney)
2John Dodd to James Hughes, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Seeks office; endorsed by Hughes)
3William T. Sherman to Henry W. Halleck, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Telegram concerning military affairs)
4J. Barton McFarland to Edward Bates, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Union sentiment in Texas)
5James Speed to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Introduces C.W. Castleman)
6New York Officials to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Petition recommending appointment of Abram Wakeman to replace Hiram Barney)
7Andrew G. Curtin to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Introduction)
8New York Legislature to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Petition recommending appointment of Abram Wakeman to replace Hiram Barney)
9Christian Roselius to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Affairs in New Orleans)
10New York Union Senators to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Petition recommending appointment of Abram Wakeman to replace Hiram Barney)
11New York Union Committee to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Petition recommending appointment of Abram Wakeman to replace Hiram Barney)
12Salmon P. Chase to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Hiram Barney and New York customs house)
13Spies & Champney to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Request lock of Lincoln's hair for sale at a Sanitary Fair)
14Oliver O. Howard to Edwin M. Stanton, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Opposes reinstatement of Colonel Gotthilf Bourry; with endorsements)
15William Davenport to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 11, 1864 (James M. Shackelford; endorsed by Lincoln)
16Jeremiah T. Boyle to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 11, 1864 (Resignation)
17William E. Goodridge to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 11, 1864 (Mines in Nevada)
18Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 11, 1864 (General James G. Blunt)
19Isaac Fuller to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 11, 1864 (Telegram concerning New York customs house)
20George G. Meade, Monday, January 11, 1864 (Printed court martial orders)

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