To William H. Young 
Dear Sir: Aug: 28 1848
Your letter enquiring after land warrants has been received, and I have left it with the Commissioner of Pensions, with a special request, in writing that he attend to it, and write you. You will hear from him before long.
As to the three months extra pay; Pay-masters are to go round and pay it to the volunteers in their respective vicinities. Advertisements will go in advance of them, and no forms are necessary, as I understand it. Yours truly A LINCOLN