ALS, owned by Norman J. Gould, Seneca Falls, New York.
 A copy of C. Storrs, Jr., to Joseph Medill, January 9, 1860, written from Gardner, Kansas, offering to return to Chicago if he can serve the Republican cause as he did in 1856, is enclosed by Judd to Lincoln, January 27, 1860 (DLC-RTL). Judd expressed a wish to employ Storrs ``if we had the means.'' Storrs was supervisor of county commissioners in Johnson County, Kansas.
 Judd wrote, January 31, ``I am advised that Herndon is a believer in [Samuel L.] Baker and is talking about misapplication of funds by me &cc. This ought not to be and is not true. Can not you set him right. . . .'' (DLC-RTL). See also Lincoln to David L. Phillips, February 17, infra.