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Chapter 36. Lincoln's interviews with Campbell Withdraws authority for meeting of Virginia legislature conference
grand review of the army
While in Richmond, Mr. Lincoln had two interviews with John A. Campbell, rebel Secretar f the commissioners at the Hampton Roads conference, and Mr. Lincoln now gave him a written memorandum repeating in substance d the news he had that morning received of the murder of Mr. Lincoln.
The Confederate general expressed his unfeigned sorrow be said, moreover, in extenuation of his course, that President Lincoln's despatch to Grant of March 3, which expressly forba ith the views of the administration.
But the wisdom of Lincoln's peremptory order was completely vindicated.
With the be ble.
The new President called his cabinet together, and Mr. Lincoln's instructions of March 3 to Grant were repeated to Sher aps would not, have objected to it. But the calm spirit of Lincoln was now absent from the councils of the government; and it