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ive cents and a distinct reverberation of sound. Mr. Lincoln turned to me and said, He will be back after that in a few minutes. Why do you think so? said I. Because, as soon as he finds I will give him no more he will come and get it. After the matter had been nearly forgotten and conversation had turned in an entirely different channel, Willie came cautiously in behind my chair and that of his father, picked up the specie, and went away without saying a word. --J. S. Bliss, letter, Jan. 29, 1867, Ms. He had a way of pretending to assure his visitor that in the choice of his advisers he was free to act as his judgment dictated, although David Davis, acting as his manager at the Chicago convention, had negotiated with the Indiana and Pennsylvania delegations, and assigned places in the cabinet to Simon Cameron and Caleb Smith, besides making other arrangements which Mr. Lincoln was expected to ratify. Of this he was undoubtedly aware, although in answer to a letter from Joshua R