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 isolatey was aroused, was in her behalf; whereas, in Lincoln's day, England and France took the keenest inh 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