More likely to abstain from stopping once they get at it, until they shall have voted several times each. A.L.
Oct. 16. 1864.
 AES, NAuE. Lincoln's endorsement (misdated October 16, 1863, in Lapsley, VI, 450) appears on a letter to Seward dated at New York on October 15, 1864, and signed with the unidentified initials ``P.J.J.'': ``On the point of leaving I am told by a gentleman to whose statements I attach Credit, that the opposition Policy for the Presidential Campaign will be to `abstain from voting.' ''