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ngress adjourned, he set out for his little home in Galena to get away from arrangements and conferences.
Thes what I have heard him declare.
When he went to Galena I remained in Washington writing a pamphlet historyplete, he wrote me the following letter:
Galena, Ill., August 18, 1868.
dear Badeau,—As I have concquired answers, and took a dozen or more with me to Galena.
There I remained until the election, for Grant din.
Comstock, one of the aides-de-camp, was also at Galena, but he abstained scrupulously from politics.
He pl demonstrations.
There was a political meeting in Galena, but he was not present.
His mornings were passed ove or walked, paid visits to his old friends about Galena, sat in their offices and warehouses, and took tea ticket, except for President.
He was a citizen of Galena when the war broke out, and had not lost his franchwere in the room a dozen or more of the citizens of Galena, one or two correspondents of Republican newspapers