New York Times, “The President and His Visitors,” April 28, 1859

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    “The President and His Visitors,” New York Times, April 28, 1859, p. 8: 2.
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    Washington (DC) Constitution
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    New York Times
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    The President and His Visitors
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    Don Sailer, Dickinson College
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    THE PRESIDENT AND HIS VISITORS. – The President having found that it will be impossible for him to discharge his public duties in a satisfactory manner, unless he can devote to them a few hours in each day without interruption, we are therefore authorized to state that he will not receive visitors on any day until 1 o’clock P.M. After that hour he will be happy to see his fellow-citizen as usual. – Constitution

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