The Writings of Abraham Lincoln, Volume 6 by Abraham Lincoln
To Thurlow Weed. October 14, 1863.
EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON,
HON. THURLOW WEED.
DEAR SIR:--I have been brought to fear recently that somehow, by commission or omission, I have caused you some degree of pain. I have never entertained an unkind feeling or a disparaging thought toward you; and if I have said or done anything which has been construed into such unkindness or disparagement, it has been misconstrued. I am sure if we could meet we would not part with any unpleasant impression On either side.
Yours as ever,