TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. H. GORDON April 11, 1865 by Abraham Lincoln
TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. H. GORDON.
EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, April 11, 1865.
BRIG. GEN. G. H. GORDON, Norfolk, Va.:
Send to me at once a full statement as to the cause or causes for which, and by authority of what tribunal George W. Lane, Charles Whitlock, Ezra Baler, J. M. Renshaw, and others are restrained of their liberty. Do this promptly and fully.