To Thomas J. Turner 
Freeport, Illinois. August 15, 1853.
. . . When I served notice on Logan  I promised him that if he would name any attorney in the vicinity whom he would wish to be present at the taking of the depositions, I would request you to notify him of the time and place, but he is gone off to the ``World's Fair'' (without having named any. You will perceive Logan filed cross-interrogations; and which I hope may be as fully and fairly answered as our own. . . . Very truly your friend,