Correspondence of Badeau and Wolf

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"March, 1868.
"My Dear Mr. Wolf:
"I have brought your request to the attention of General Grant, and while he. would like very much indeed to comply therewith, yet he fears that any Statement made, by him would be misconstrued by the general public. Ile therefore prefers not to make
any explanation other than that you have already Ile desires me to express his hearty and received. sincere appreciation of the interest you have taken, knowing that your motives are actuated by friend- ship and a desire to do justice not only to himself.
but to the people whom you so worthily represent.
"Very truly yours,
"Adam Badeau."


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