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Title: Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 1.
Author: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Publication Info: New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1953.
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• ...o be four years old next Spring a bright bay 14 hands high---a Small blaze and a Snip in her face---right hind foot white---right fore foot with a white Stripe down the hough and white hairs around th ...
• ... Spring a bright bay 14 hands high---a Small blaze and a Snip in her face---right hind foot white---right fore foot with a white Stripe down the hough and white hairs around the edge of the hough no b ...
• ... nd in considderation of the sum of thirty five dollars have given granted bargained and sold all my right and title in and to the New Salem ferry in Sangamon County unto Alexander Trent / In test / ...
• ...er upon the banks to obstruct its navigation in future; and being nearly straight, the timber which might float in at the head, would be apt to go clear through. There are also many places above this ...
• ... would have its intended effect. I would not favor the passage of a law upon this subject, which might be very easily evaded. Let it be such that the labor and difficulty of evading it, could only ...
• ... be gratified to have it in my power to contribute something to the advancement of any measure which might have a tendency to accelerate the happy period. / With regard to existing laws, some alte / ...
• ... s, in which case I should feel it both a privilege and a duty to take that stand, which in my view, might tend most to the advancement of justice. / But, Fellow-Citizens, I shall conclude. Consid / ...
• ... regard to any or all of them; but holding it a sound maxim, that it is better to be only sometimes right, than at all times wrong, so soon as I discover my opinions to be erroneous, I shall be ready ...
• ... have given granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do give grant bargain and sell, all my right title interest and estate in and to / The West half of lot number five, North of Main Str / ...
• ...ave given granted bargained and sold and by these presents do give grant bargain and sell all their right title interest and estate in and to the West half of the South east quarter of Section two Tow ...
• ...of the said county of Sangamon shall deem it expedient to purchase said bridge, they shall have the right so to do by paying the said Samuel Musick his heirs or assigns the original cost of said bridg ...
• ...e of the proper county, upon application made for that purpose: provided such person would have the right under the third section of the act to which this is suplemental, to demand his conveyance befo ...
• ... e government, who assist in bearing its burthens. Consequently I go for admitting all whites to the right of suffrage, who pay taxes or bear arms, (by no means excluding females.) / If elected, I / ...
• ...e eye the wretched condition of some of the acts of the Van Buren party. A girl might be born and become a mother before the Van Buren men will forget Mr. Lincoln. From beginning t ...
• ...d the Range line dividing Ranges 7 and 8 so as to make the same run from it's present begining on a right line to a point four poles North of the door of Charles Simmons' present dwelling. Thence on a ...
• ... ight line to a point four poles North of the door of Charles Simmons' present dwelling. Thence on a right line to where said road now crosses the afforesaid Range line. / A. Lincoln Julius Simmo / ...
• ... hat the report of the minority be spread upon the Journals, in order he said, that his constituents might see that report. / Mr. Linder said, that for one, he should v / ...
• ... , without putting it upon the journals of the House. / Mr. Lincoln replied that he claimed the right to know what was due to his constituents as much as any gentleman, and especially as much as o / ...
• ... get up a remonstrance and send it on, I shall be forced to have a bill passed upon the petition. I might write you a long letter of political news but you will see that as soon in the newspapers, whi ...
• ... entitled to stock in the Bank, which he is kept out of possession of by others, let him assert his right in the Supreme Court, and let him or his antagonist, whichever may be found in the wrong, pay ...
• ...true, amounts to the violation of the Bank Charter, except one, which I will notice in due time. It might seem quite sufficient, to say no more upon any of these charges or insinuations, than enough t ...
• ...es. I know that the seventh section of the charter expressly guarantees to the Bank the right of making, under certain restrictions, such by-laws as it may think fit; and I further know th ...
• ...ecrecy, would not transcend those restrictions. What, then, if the Bank has chosen to exercise this right? Who can it injure? Does not every merchant have his secret mark? and who is ever silly enough ...
• ..., or rather any six men, that could be selected from the members of this House, might be so bribed and corrupted; even though they were headed and led on by ``decided superiority'' ...
• ... party would the greatest degree of credit be due? Again: Another consideration is, that we have no right to make the examination. What I shall say upon this head, I design exclusively for the law-lov ...
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