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: Madam, if the rebels surrendered next week, would you, at the end of this month, want Congressman Burton to vote for the Thirteenth Amendment? Mrs. Jolly
: If that was how it was, no more war an' all, I reckon Mr Jolly much prefer not to have Congress pass the Amendment. William Seward
: [Seward turns to stand beside Mr Jolly and looks at Lincoln
] And... Why is that. Mr. Jolly
: [Mr Jolly looks at him with surprise
] Niggers. Mrs. Jolly
: If he don't have to let some Alabama coon come up from Missouri and steal his chickens and his job, we'd much prefer that. William Seward
: [Seward takes Mrs Jolly's letter, walks over to Lincoln and puts it on his desk. He says quietly
] The people. I begin to see why you're in such a great hurry to put it through.