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With Malice Toward Some

Confident of ultimate victory, President Lincoln delivered a gentle, healing message in his second inaugural address on March 4, 1865, calling for a consummation of the war with malice toward none and charity for all in an effort to bind up the nations wounds. Weary, careworn beyond imagining, Lincoln nevertheless looked forward to the end of the war. On the evening of Good Friday, April 14, 1865, he and his wife, Mary Todd, sought a few hours diversion in a popular comedy called Our American Cousin. The play was being presented at Fords Theatre, a short distance from the White House.


The Country Courthouse | Complete Idiots Guide to American History | An Evening at Ford s Theatre







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