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|Named Person:||Abraham Lincoln; Hannibal Hamlin; Hannibal Hamlin; Abraham Lincoln|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
D W Bartlett; Abraham Lincoln
|Notes:||"Speeches of Abraham Lincoln": p. -348.|
|Description:||vi, 354 pages portrait 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Early history: Lincoln's birth and parentage ; His early Indiana life ; Removes to Illinois ; Volunteers in the Black-Hawk war ; Incidents of the war ; Practices surveying ; Studies law ; Trials during the severe winter of 1830 - 31 ; Elected to the legislature ; Removes to Springfield ; His ability as an advocate ; The "wheel-horse" of the Whig party in Illinois ; His speeches on the stump --
In Congress: Elected to Congress in 1846 ; Statesmen in the thirtieth congress ; His votes in favor of harbor and river improvements ; Slavery in the district of Columbia ; His resolutions in the Mexican war ; Vote of supplies for the war ; Putnam's resolution ; The ten-regiment bill ; The tariff ; Slavery in the territories ; Webster's speech on ; Mr. Corwin's remarks on ; Mr. Lincoln's course on ; New-Mexico and California ; The Gott resolution ; Public lands ; The slave case of Antonio Pacheco ; Lincoln's amendment to Gott's resolution ; Favors a bill to abolish the Franking privilege ; Ten years at home ; A member of the National Whig convention of 1848 ; The Illinois campaign of 1854 ; Debate with Douglas in 1854 ; Declines election to the United States senate, in favor of Trumbull ; Declines a nomination for governor of Illinois --
The great senatorial contest: Rebellion of Douglas ; Lincoln nominated for United States Senator ; The Illinois platform ; Lincoln and Douglas correspondence ; Debates between Lincoln and Douglas ; The Philadelphia North American on ; Mr. Greeley's remarks on ; Senator Benjamin's opinion of ; Extracts from speeches of Lincoln and Douglas ; Statistics of the Illinois election of 1858 ; Lincoln's visit to Kansas in 1859 ; Extract from his speech at Leavenworth ; His personal appearance ; His personal habits ; Anecdotes of him ; Almost a duel ; The rail-splitter ; A thrilling episode in his history ; His opinion on naturalization --
The convention and its nominations: Organization at the "wigwam" ; The platform of the Republican party ; The ballots ; The nomination ; Ratification by the people ; Unanimous commendations of the press ; Mr. Lincoln at home ; Visit of the committee to notify him of his nomination ; Mrs. Lincoln ; A campaign song.
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