Remarks in Response to a Serenade
Sherman went in at Atlanta and came out right. He has gone in again at Savannah, and I propose three cheers for his coming out gloriously.
New York Tribune, March 4, 1865. Lincoln's remarks were made in response to a serenade by "a large delegation of New-Yorkers and Poughkeepsians, accompanied by Eastman's Business College band of Poughkeepsie." No more complete text of Lincoln's response has been found.
Abraham Lincoln, Remarks in Response to a Serenade Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/342173