Letter to Abraham Lincoln from Albert Smith
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The exceeding acerbity of feeling existing against each other by the competition for Marshalship of this District, which is being daily exhibited, fully justifies you in selecting for that position some gentleman not a resident.
Dist. of Columbia
âAcerbityâ of feeling justifies the Pres. in selecting a non-resident.
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Frank Howard Collection of Civil War History
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