To Daniel A. Cheever 
Dear Sir: Aug. 11, 1858.
I have had my last Springfield speech printed in pamphlet form, and now send you 250 of them. If you find them useful, more of them can be had by writing here. Address J. O. Johnson,  of this place, as I shall be absent after today. Yours as ever,
 Concord, New Hampshire, Daily Monitor and N. H. Patriot, February 12, 1925. According to the source, this original autograph letter was presented to Governor John G. Winant by John C. Thorne. See Lincoln to Cheever, July 25, 1858, supra (II, 522).
 Concerning John O. Johnson, see Lincoln to Yates, September 30, 1857, supra (II, 424).