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been elected a few months before was convened by Mr. Lincoln, and assembled in the Capitol at Washington.
Four months had elapsed since Mr. Lincoln had taken the constitutional oath in that same edm the duties incumbent upon him with firmness.
Mr. Lincoln had shown no weakness when treason surrounded himheir seats; the extraordinary measures adopted by Mr. Lincoln were sanctioned; the increase of the regular armywas summoned in great haste on the 22d of July by Mr. Lincoln, and entrusted with this duty.
McDowell, who had; and among the first major-generals appointed by Mr. Lincoln we find two— Messrs. Banks and Butler—who are th which were among the first promotions, show that Mr. Lincoln knew from the outset how to select men worthy of ve in defending a breach or defile.
But although Mr. Lincoln recommended its adoption, and had even made a trilockade of their coasts which had been ordered by Mr. Lincoln.
By degrees this blockade became more effective,