To Henry T. Blow 
St. Louis Mo. March 13. 1865
A Miss. E. Snodgrass, who was banished from St. Louis in May 1863, wishes to take the oath and return home. What say you? A. LINCOLN
 ALS, DNA WR RG 107, Presidential Telegrams, I, 370. Above the date ``13'' as written by Lincoln someone has written ``12,'' but there is no other evidence that this is the correct date. Henry T. Blow replied on March 15: ``Have been sick. What I learn of Miss Snodgrass is favorable and I recommend her return'' (DLC-RTL). Miss E. Snodgrass was banished as a secret rebel mail agent (St. Louis Republican, May 14, 1863). A pass for Miss Snodgrass ``to report to Gen. Pope,'' dated March 18, 1865, has been listed for sale in American Art Association Anderson Catalog 4306, March 4, 1937, No. 144.