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Eleven dispatches signed by Lincoln...
Item # 644210
February 11, 1865
NEW YORK TIMES, Feb. 11, 1865
* Abraham Lincoln dispatches
* Closing months of Civil War
Among the front page one column heads on the Civil War are: "The Peace Conference" "Message from President Lincoln" "A Full And Complete History" "How the Conference was Brought About" "The Hampton Roads Interview" "The Inflexible Position of the President" "Mr. Seward's Account Of The Affair". Contains eleven dispatches and letters signed in type: A. Lincoln, plus one by Jefferson Davis, and two by U.S. Grant.. Other heads include: "Great Cavalry Campaign" "An Extraordinary Movement Through the Cotton Gulf States" "Gen. Thomas & Gen. Wilson in Command" "Montgomery, Selma, Mobile" "The Army of the Potomac" "The Rebels Driven Back to Dabson's Mills" "The New Line Being Strongly Fortified" and more.
Eight pages, several inked "X" marks to the ftpg. and some inked underlining is not obtrusive, otherwise good condition.