Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 3.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
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To Peter H. Watson [1]

P. H. Watson, Esq., [May 14, 1859]

My dear Sir: Reaching here the 14th, I found yours of the 7th. I have not heard from Haines for some time, and until I do hear from him I can say nothing definite about taking evidence. When I hear from him I will write you. Yours truly, A. LINCOLN.


[1]   Tracy, p. 105. This letter is undated in the source, but Peter H. Watson's letter of May 7, 1859, asking when and where Lincoln will commence taking depositions, establishes the date (DLC-RTL). See also Lincoln to Watson, March 2, supra.