Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 1.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.


[1]   Printed by Howard F. Dyson, ``Lincoln in Rushville,'' Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society For the Year 1903, Publication No. 8. Illinois State Historical Library (1904), p. 226. According to Dyson, Richard Randall was apprenticed to Simeon Francis in the Sangamo Journal printing office. A delegation of Chicago Whigs had stored their baggage in the office during a convention which coincided with young Richard's first days in Springfield, and on departing took Richard's trunk by mistake.