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[Lincoln] was addicted to this technology [the telegraph]. It was an impatient habit he had formed in Washington. He did not like to wait for important news. To his delight, the War Department telegraph office was a short walk from the Executive Mansion. He became a habitué of the office, befriending the men there, to whom he often made surprise visits at any time of the day or night.
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