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It may be noted that up to this date his official telegrams and letters to the General were couched in the most friendly tone. In an indirect way he had previously justified his appointments on the ground that the laws were ‘new and unsettled by decisions’ and that ‘their provisions were special.’ Afterward the President studiously avoided the question.
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