Letter to Mrs L. C. Denver. Washington, DC. 1865 June 18.

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Denver, James William, 1817-1892. Letter to Mrs L. C. Denver. Washington, DC. 1865 June 18.

Letter to Mrs L. C. Denver. Washington, DC. 1865 June 18.

Concerning the legality of Stanton's trial of those accused in the conspiracy to assassinate Abraham Lincoln; discussing the newly formed tribunal; and comparing the present commission to infamous counterparts; with comments on his visits with August Kautz.

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