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SELECTED LETTERS OF SALMON P. CHASE

NEW ORLEANS, June 10th, 1864.

DEAR SIR: I take pleasure in introducing to you Judge John Hancock of Texas, whom I have known for many years. He is and has always been, one of the unflinching Union men of Texas, and is one of the leading men of that State. I do not know of any Texan more able and better qualified to serve the Gov't. I hope you will assist him in securing the object of his visit to Washington, should such assistance be necessary, but in any event, you will be gratified with the opportunity of forming his acquaintance.
In the future (and I hope immediate ) operations in Texas, Judge H. will be needed by the Gov't.

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