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Monday, November 7, 1864.+-

Washington, DC.

President directs Gen. Butler to avoid clash between U.S. military forces and state militia during election in New York. Butler, Correspondence, 5:329.

Orders five-day leave, with pass and transportation to and from Philadelphia, for Lt. A. W. White. Order Concerning A. W. White, 7 November 1864, CW, 8:95.

Deposits April salary warrant for $2,022.33 and July salary warrant for $1,981.67 in Riggs Bank. Pratt, Personal Finances, 183.

Elizabeth S. Comstock, Quaker minister, pays evening call; reads to Lincoln from Book of Isaiah, 9th to 13th verses. "Mr. Lincoln was highly gratified with the interview, and before taking her leave she kneeled in prayer, while he joined in the reverend attitude." Armory Square Hospital Gazette (Washington, DC), 26 November 1864.