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Sunday, April 3, 1864.+-

Washington, DC.

Lincoln confers with Joseph H. Barrett, commissioner of pensions, concerning attempted movement to postpone Baltimore Convention, called to meet in June. Abraham Lincoln to Joseph H. Barrett, 3 April 1864, CW, 7:279-80.

At night O. H. Browning calls on President on behalf of Ludwell Y. Browning, prisoner at Camp Douglas, Ill., and sees draft of Lincoln's letter addressed to A. G. Hodges. Browning, Diary.