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‘ [238] Governor Fish to see if there is too much acrimony. He may correct them or strike them out altogether as he chooses.’ General Grant, however, revived after this and lived several months longer, during which he was able to resume his work, but in what he believed were his dying moments he gave this great proof of confidence and respect to his friend and counselor, his Secretary of State.

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