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The Abraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of Congress
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1Granville Moody to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Political advice)
2Thurlow Weed to [Abraham Lincoln] , November 2 [1864] (Price of gold)
3Alexander E. Powell to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Sends sweet potatoes)
4Charlotte B. Wise to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Requests autographed portrait)
5Justin S. Morrill to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Cover letter; recommendation)
6Samuel Wells to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Offers to negotiate with Confederates)
7William M. Stone to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Recommends Chase for Chief Justice)
8Bland W. Ballard to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Recommends Chase for Chief Justice)
9Augustus W. Alexander to Edward Bates, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Seeks judicial appointment; with endorsement)
10William H. Anthon to Edwin D. Morgan, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Case of C. W. Scofield)
11Mrs. L. Gardner to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Requests donation to Rochester Soldiers Aid Society)
12John A. Dix to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Patrick Carroll)
13Andrew G. Curtin to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Introduction)
14Thurlow Weed and Henry J. Raymond to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Patrick Carroll)
15Charles D. Drake, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Successor for General Rosecrans)
16George G. Meade to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Nathan Wilcox)
17John D. Defrees to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Permission for John A. Logan to visit Washington)
18Isaac Hazlehurst to Isaac Newton, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Political prospects in Pennsylvania)
19Albert Hobbs to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Nathan Wilcox)
20Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Meeting with New York commissioners; endorsed by John Hay)

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