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There are fifty thousand bayonets in the Union armies from the border slave States . It would be a serious matter if , in consequence of a proclamation such as you desire , they should go over to the rebels .
You would be better off anywhere , and especially where you are going , for not having a thousand wagons doing nothing but hauling forage to feed the animals that draw them , and taking at least two thousand men to care for the wagons ...
On the contrary it shows a gain of quite a hundred and thirty thousand soldiers , seamen , and laborers . These are palpable facts , about which , as facts , there can be no caviling . We have the men ; and we could not have had them ...
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POSTMASTER LAWYER REPRESENTATIVE OF
To William H Herndon
To Stephen A Douglas
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