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The so much complete and readable one-volume number of Lincoln's writings ever released. -David Herbert Donald.

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FEBRUARY 27, 1860 LETTER TO MARK W. DELAHAY MARCH 16, 1860 LETTER TO F. C. HERBURGER APRIL 7, 1860 LETTER TO LYMAN TRUMBULL APRIL 29, 1860 LETTER TO GEORGE ASHMUN MAY 23, 1860 LETTER TO SAMUEL HAYCRAFT AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY. MAY 28, 1860 LETTER TO CHARLES C. NOTT MAY 31, 1860 SHORT AUTOBIOGRAPHY WRITTEN FOR THE CAMPAIGN OF 1860. ], 1860 LETTER TO SAMUEL GALLOWAY JUNE 19, 1860 LETTER TO ABRAHAM JONAS JULY 21, 1860 LETTER TO GEORGE LATHAM JULY 22, 1860 LETTER TO CHARLES C. NOTT SEPTEMBER 22, 1860 LETTER TO MRS.

Barringer, successor to Mr. Pratt in the Secretaryship of the Association, has also been helpful. Mr. Oliver R. Barrett of Chicago, whose wealth of manuscripts is matched by his wealth of generosity and sound advice, has been indispensable to the making of this volume. Mr. Paul M. Angle, formerly Librarian of the Illinois State Historical Library and now Director of the Chicago Historical Society, has made available the library’s large collection of manuscripts and offered pointed critical comments which have contributed largely to whatever quality the volume may have.

B. McCLELLAN JULY 13, 1862 LETTER TO CUTHBERT BULLITT JULY 28, 1862 LETTER TO JOHN M. CLAY AUGUST 9, 1862 LETTER TO HORACE GREELEY AUGUST 22, 1862 TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. ], 1862 REMARKS TO THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC AT FREDERICK, MARYLAND. OCTOBER 4, 1862 LETTER TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN OCTOBER 13, 1862 TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN OCTOBER 24, 1862 TELEGRAM TO GENERAL G. B. McCLELLAN OCTOBER 27, 1862 LETTER TO GENERAL CARL SCHURZ NOVEMBER 10, 1862 LETTER TO SAMUEL TREAT NOVEMBER 19, 1862 LETTER TO GENERAL CARL SCHURZ NOVEMBER 24, 1862 ANNUAL MESSAGE TO CONGRESS DECEMBER 1, 1862 LETTER TO MISS FANNY McCULLOUGH DECEMBER 23, 1862 FINAL EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION JANUARY 1, 1863 LETTER TO GENERAL J.

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