To Ulysses S. Grant
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Lieut. Genl. Grant Sep. 12. 1864.
Sheridan and Early are facing each other at a dead lock. Could we not pick up a regiment here and there, to the number of say ten thousand men, and quietly, but suddenly concentrate them at Sheridan’s camp and enable him to make a strike? This is but a suggestion. Yours truly A LINCOLN