To Lewis Wallace 
Baltimore, Md. Washington, Dec. 13. 1864
Do not send Levin L. Waters and the judges away, until further order; and send me at once a statement of the cause or causes for which they are dealt with. A. LINCOLN
 ALS, DNA WR RG 107, Presidential Telegrams, I, 258. On December 2, 1864, Samuel B. Lawrence, assistant adjutant general to General Wallace, ordered Brigadier General Henry H. Lockwood to ``arrest Daniel Jones and Joseph Bralton of Somerset County, and Levin D. [L.] Waters, of Princess Anne, and send them, as disaffected and dangerous men, by steamer to Fortress Monroe, to be sent across the lines into Confederate jurisdiction. . . .'' (OR, I, XLIII, II, 729).
See further, Lincoln to Wallace, December 19, infra.