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Tuesday, July 2, 1861.+-

Washington, DC.

President authorizes General Scott to suspend writ of habeas corpus if necessary at any point of any military line between Washington and New York. Abraham Lincoln to Simon Cameron, 2 July 1861, CW, 4:419.

Confers with Gen. John C. Fremont who leaves for command in West. N.Y. Times, 4 July 1861.

At 2 P.M. receives Henri Mercier, French minister. Seward to Lincoln, 1 July 1861, Abraham Lincoln Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, DC.

Interviews Cong. Henry May (Md.), about to leave for Richmond. N.Y. Times, 8 July 1861.

With Sec. Cameron reviews 2d New Hampshire and 11th Massachusetts Regiments. N.Y. Tribune, 3 July 1861.

Visits camp of 11th Massachusetts Regiment on Pennsylvania Ave. Allen C. Clark, Abraham Lincoln in the National Capital (Washington, DC: W. F. Roberts Co., 1925), 27.