ALS, DNA WR RG 107, Presidential Telegrams, I, 232. See Lincoln to Bramlette, supra. Burbridge replied on November 11: ``Gov Bramlette is wrong in saying that Jno B Huston was arrested for no other offence than opposition to your reelection. Hustons influence & speeches have been of a treasonable character & he persisted in making the latter after several warnings of what the consequences would be He has been allowed however to return from Covington under oath & bond not again to oppose his Govt. A vigorous policy against rebel sympathizers in this State must be pursued & if I have erred I fear I have made too few arrests instead of too many'' (DLC-RTL).