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I thought that in your struggle for the Union , to whatever extent the negroes should cease helping the enemy , to that extent it weakened the enemy in his resistance to you . Do you think differently ? I thought that whatever negroes ...
the letter of dismissal already written , saying he thought proper to show it to me before sending it . I asked him the charges , which he stated in a general way . With as much emphasis as I could , I said : “ Are you entirely certain ...
It is a truth which I thought needed to be told , and , as whatever of humiliation there is in it falls most directly on myself , I thought others might afford for me to tell it . Truly yours , A. LINCOLN wwwwww wwwwwwwww “ Let the ...
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This was purchased as a gift for my Dad who said he enjoyed it very much. Each segment is brief making it nice for someone who doesnt have long uninterrupted stretches of time for reading. Read full review
To William H Herndon
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