To Charles Sumner
April 22, 2013 Leave a comment
My dear Sir Washington, April 22, 1863.
Mrs. L. is embarrassed a little. She would be pleased to have your company again this evening, at the Opera, but she fears she may be taxing you. I have undertaken to clear up the little difficulty. If, for any reason, it will tax you, decline, without any hesitation; but if it will not, consider yourself already invited, and drop me a note. Yours very truly A. LINCOLN.