D, DNA WR RG 107, Presidential Telegrams, I, 328. This telegram is in Nicolay's handwriting. Although General Alfred Sully is listed in the tables of organization as commanding officer of the District of Iowa, Captain J. F. Miller replied to Lincoln's telegram on February 8: ``Your telegram relative to the suspension of Execution of Jno Davis Alias Jno Lewis recd no record of trial is here nor do I know where it can be found unless at Judge Advocate Generals office'' (DLC-RTL). AGO General Court Martial Orders No. 194, April 14 1865, promulgated the pardon of John Davis, alias John Lewis, substitute recruit, on condition that he serve out his term.