To Simon Cameron 
Gen. S. Cameron War Department, Washington, D.C.,
Philadelphia Pa & Harrisburgh Oct. 11. 1864.
Am leaving office to go home. How does it stand now?
 ALS, DNA WR RG 107, Presidential Telegrams, I, 198. No reply was received from Cameron until his telegram from Philadelphia was received at 9:05 P.M. on October 12: ``Returns came in slowly but I still think we will have fourPage 44
(4) additional Members of Congress & a large majority in the Legislature On the aggregate vote in thirty four counties we have last . . . 6500 compared with Eighteen hundred Sixty three. . . . At the same ratio we will have more than three thousand majority on the home vote.'' (DLC-RTL).
 ``& Harrisburgh'' is not in Lincoln's autograph.