Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 1.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
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To N. J. Rockwell [1]

N. J. Rockwell: Springfield, January 21, 1846.

Dear Sir: You perhaps know that General Hardin and I have a contest for the Whig nomination for Congress for this district. He has had a turn and my argument is ``Turn about is fair play.'' I shall be pleased if this strikes you as a sufficient argument. Yours truly, A. LINCOLN.


[1]   Tarbell (Appendix), p. 295. Rockwell was a resident of Havana and Whig candidate for the state senate.