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Old Abe makes an Excursion. --The New York Herald's Washington letter says: The President, accompanied by Secretary Seward and Thurlow Weed, made a tour of observation down the Potomac to-day. Early this morning the Pawnee was moored off the city of Alexandria, so that her guns and mortars will command the town. She has several of James' riled cannon on board, which will throw grape, shell, hot shot or solid into any part of the town, or far beyond; into the camp of any army that may be so imprudent as to pitch their tents in the suburbs of the city.--A messenger who came in from Alexandria this evening says there are not one hundred and fifty troops in the place, and they are not all armed. It is true that the Secession flag still floats over the town. Senator Wade, upon observing it with a glass from the President's room yesterday, expressed his regret to Mr. Lincoln that it should be tolerated, to which Mr. L. replied that. " he did not think it would wavethere long
Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 3
Abe makes an Excursion. --The New York Herald's Washington letter says: The President, accompanied by Secretary Seward and Thurlow Weed, made a tour of observation down the Potomac to-day. Early this morning the Pawnee was moored off the city of Alexandria, so that her guns and mortars will command the town. She has several of James' riled cannon on board, which will throw grape, shell, hot shot or solid into any part of the town, or far beyond; into the camp of any army that may be so imprudent as to pitch their tents in the suburbs of the city.--A messenger who came in from Alexandria this evening says there are not one hundred and fifty troops in the place, and they are not all armed. It is true that the Secession flag still floats over the town. Senator Wade, upon observing it with a glass from the President's room yesterday, expressed his regret to Mr. Lincoln that it should be tolerated, to which Mr. L. replied that. " he did not think it would wavethere long."
Bailis James (search for this): article 3
Old Abe makes an Excursion. --The New York Herald's Washington letter says: The President, accompanied by Secretary Seward and Thurlow Weed, made a tour of observation down the Potomac to-day. Early this morning the Pawnee was moored off the city of Alexandria, so that her guns and mortars will command the town. She has several of James' riled cannon on board, which will throw grape, shell, hot shot or solid into any part of the town, or far beyond; into the camp of any army that may be so imprudent as to pitch their tents in the suburbs of the city.--A messenger who came in from Alexandria this evening says there are not one hundred and fifty troops in the place, and they are not all armed. It is true that the Secession flag still floats over the town. Senator Wade, upon observing it with a glass from the President's room yesterday, expressed his regret to Mr. Lincoln that it should be tolerated, to which Mr. L. replied that. " he did not think it would wavethere lon
Abe makes an Excursion. --The New York Herald's Washington letter says: The President, accompanied by Secretary Seward and Thurlow Weed, made a tour of observation down the Potomac to-day. Early this morning the Pawnee was moored off the city of Alexandria, so that her guns and mortars will command the town. She has several of James' riled cannon on board, which will throw grape, shell, hot shot or solid into any part of the town, or far beyond; into the camp of any army that may be so imprudent as to pitch their tents in the suburbs of the city.--A messenger who came in from Alexandria this evening says there are not one hundred and fifty troops in the place, and they are not all armed. It is true that the Secession flag still floats over the town. Senator Wade, upon observing it with a glass from the President's room yesterday, expressed his regret to Mr. Lincoln that it should be tolerated, to which Mr. L. replied that. " he did not think it would wavethere long."
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Old Abe makes an Excursion. --The New York Herald's Washington letter says: The President, accompanied by Secretary Seward and Thurlow Weed, made a tour of observation down the Potomac to-day. Early this morning the Pawnee was moored off the city of Alexandria, so that her guns and mortars will command the town. She has several of James' riled cannon on board, which will throw grape, shell, hot shot or solid into any part of the town, or far beyond; into the camp of any army that may be so imprudent as to pitch their tents in the suburbs of the city.--A messenger who came in from Alexandria this evening says there are not one hundred and fifty troops in the place, and they are not all armed. It is true that the Secession flag still floats over the town. Senator Wade, upon observing it with a glass from the President's room yesterday, expressed his regret to Mr. Lincoln that it should be tolerated, to which Mr. L. replied that. " he did not think it would wavethere long