Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 2.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.


[1]   Illinois State Journal, October 8, 1857. Signers of the call not previously identified are as follows: Archibald J.Van Deren, drygoods merchant; Pascal P. Enos, clerk of the U.S. Circuit Court; William H. Bailhache, who was in partnership with Edward L. Baker as proprietor and editor of the Illinois State Journal; Peter L. Earnest, politician and minor officeholder; John D. Bail, attorney and poet; Clark M. Smith, merchant; James M. Garland, bookkeeper at E. B. Hawley & Company; Oramel H. Abel, salesman for E. B. Hawley & Company; Thomas S. Mather, real estate and insurance agent; John W. Smith, state representative from Sangamon County in 1848, census commissioner, 1845, 1855; Cortes Fessenden, civil engineer and surveyor; E. H. Emery Jameson, editor (Springfield Republican), contractor and builder; John B. Broadwell (father) and Daniel P. Broadwell (son), merchants; John E. Denny, carpenter.