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

To G. W. Hawley [1]

Mr. G. W. Hawley Springfield, April 18. 1842

Inclosed are the papers in your case, which together with your property and credits must be delivered up to the assignee at once. We have written the letters and sent them to your distant creditors according to the rule. You must give the personal notices to your creditors residing in your own county. Your cash account with us stands as follows. To your credit. State Bank $10.00

`` Shawneetown 10.00



Of this we have expended of state Bank $6.00 leaving on hand $4.00.

Of the Shawnee, we have expended for these papers $3.00, for postage on your letter 371/2 cents; for 70 day publication $4.00. in all $7.371/2 leaving on hand $2.621/2. Yours &c.



[1]   ALS, IHi. G. W. Hawley, a resident of Dixon, Illinois, was represented by Logan & Lincoln in the United States District Court, in a bankruptcy suit.