To Henry W. Halleck

Major Gen. Halleck.        Washington City, D.C.
Corinth                               July 11. 1862

Gov. Johnson, at Nashville is in trouble and great anxiety about a raid into Kentucky. The Gov. is a true, and a valuable man—indispensable to us in Tennessee. Will you please get in communication with him, and have a full conference with him, before you leave for here? I have telegraphed him on the subject.

A. LINCOLN

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