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Wednesday, June 17, 1863.+-

Washington, DC.

President abstains from recommending Israel D. Andrews, former agent of U.S., for public employment. Memorandum about Israel D. Andrews, 17 June 1863, CW, 6:284-85.

President Lincoln receives foreign minister Henry Segur, of San Salvador. Segur expresses "sympathy felt by the President of Salvador for the cause of the American Union." A newspaper reports, "President Lincoln replied by saying he hoped the Minister's residence here would be agreeable, and his mission satisfactory, and said he was not uninformed of the devotion of Salvador to the principles of republicanism and the interests of civilization." Evening Star (Washington, DC), 18 June 1863, 2:4-5.

Replies to Gen. Hooker: "Mr. Eckert, Superintendent in the Telegraph Office, assures me that he has sent, and will send you everything, that comes to the office." Abraham Lincoln to Joseph Hooker, 17 June 1863, CW, 6:284.