Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 3.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.


[1]   ALS-P, ISLA. William M. Dickson, prominent Cincinnati Republican attorney who had been appointed by Governor Salmon P. Chase to fill an unexpired term as judge of the Common Pleas Court of Hamilton County, Ohio, had retired on November 7, 1859. Lincoln had made his acquaintance on the occasion of the speech at Cincinnati, September 17, and together with Mrs. Lincoln had visited in the Dickson home the next day.

[2]   Dickson's wife, Annie M. (Parker) Dickson.

[3]   Ann (Todd) Smith, wife of Clark M. Smith and younger sister of Mrs. Lincoln.

[4]   Dickson's father-in-law and Mrs. Lincoln's uncle, Dr. John Todd Parker of Lexington, Kentucky.

[5]   Possibly Dickson's mother-in-law, Jane L. (Allen) Parker, but evidence of her Republican political preferences is lacking.