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Monday, June 20, 1864.+-

Washington, DC and En route.

President interviews C. A. Walborn relative to influencing suffrage among subordinates in Philadelphia post office. Memorandum of Interview with Cornelius A. Walborn, 20 June 1864, CW, 7:402.

Leaves Washington at 5 P.M. with Tad and Assistant Secretary of the Navy Gustavus V. Fox on U.S.S. Baltimore, to visit General Grant and army on James River. Evening Star (Washington, DC), 21 June 1864, 2d ed., Extra, 2:4; Welles, Diary.

Writes Gov. Brough (Ohio) and Gen. Heintzelman: "Consult together freely, watch Vallandigham and others closely, and, upon discovering any palpable injury, . . . arrest all implicated." [The envelope containing this letter is endorsed by Lincoln "Brough & Heintzelman—Not sent."] Abraham Lincoln to John Brough and Samuel P. Heintzelman, 20 June 1864, CW, 7:402.