Letter from W. M. M.[?], Washington, D.C., to President Lincoln about Rev. Dr. Jenkins seeking a post as chaplain in one of the army hospitals and about Dr. Jenkins' decision to leave behind all his property and dependents rather than remain under the "Rebel Flag." August 11, . Includes correspondence about the purchase of the letter.
1862 August 11
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