Telegram from Edwin D. Morgan, Governor of New York, to President Abraham Lincoln, 1862. Morgan, replying to an earlier communication, noted that it would be difficult to leave his duties as governor to go on assignment, but that he would be willing to do so if Lincoln thought it absolutely necessary.
May 21 1861
New York State Archives, New York (State). Bureau of Military Statistics. Telegrams received and sent by the Governor's Office, 1861-1862. Series A4149-78, Box 3, Volume 10, page 34.
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