Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916. Executive Mansion, Washington, Sep. 29, 1862. My dear Sir. Your note informing me that you will leave for North Carolina soon, is received. Your conduct as Military Governor of that State, as reported to me by Gen. Burnside, and as I have learned heard it personally from yourself, has my […]
10 Jan 1862 Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916.
Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916. From Marble N. Taylor1 to Abraham Lincoln, November 18, 1861 Hatteras Hyde Co. N. C. Nov 18th 1861 A Provisional State Government for North Carolina was this day instituted at this point by a Convention of delegates and persons representing forty five Counties of the Commonwealth The movement has the […]
Abraham Lincoln Papers Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916. From B. S. Hedrick1 to Salmon P. Chase, September 14, 1861 Washington D. C. Sept. 14, 1861 Sir: That man Foster still continues in the course of fraud and deception in which he has been engaged for some time. It is now reported in the newspapers that […]