simplicity of camp life
traits of President Lincoln
personal character of Grant
wife and cr and meaning,—there was evidence enough that Lincoln was a great man. Grant often said at this tims insignificant compared with that offered to Lincoln.
America in Washington's time was an isolate was profoundly anxious for the reelection of Lincoln.
His anxiety, however, had nothing to do wih of November, and resulted in the success of Lincoln, who received a majority of more than four huTennessee was not counted, although given for Lincoln; but of the remaining twenty-five states, alle eleven remaining states gave a majority for Lincoln, of eighty-five thousand four hundred and sixion could have opposed the re-election of Abraham Lincoln. a proportion of more than three to one. the names remained.
There was talk between Lincoln and Grant, of a new Secretary of War, and thed up the hands of the commander of the army.
Lincoln was glad to find that he entertained these vi