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Abraham Lincoln, Stephen A. Douglas, Debates of Lincoln and Douglas: Carefully Prepared by the Reporters of Each Party at the times of their Delivery., Third joint debate, at Jonesboro, September 15, 1858. (search)
in the resolution of the Convention and in his reply as above given, we call at random the following names, all of which are recognized at this day as leading Democrats : Cook County-E B. Williams, Charles McDonell, Arno Voss, Thomas Hoyne, Isaac Cook. I reckon we ought to except Cook. F. C. Sherman. Will-Joel A. Matteson, S. W. Bowen. Kane-B. F. Hall, G. W. Benwick, A. M. Herrington, Elijah Wilcox. McHenry-W. M. Jackson, Enos W. Smith, Neil Donnelly. La Salle-John Hise, WilCook. F. C. Sherman. Will-Joel A. Matteson, S. W. Bowen. Kane-B. F. Hall, G. W. Benwick, A. M. Herrington, Elijah Wilcox. McHenry-W. M. Jackson, Enos W. Smith, Neil Donnelly. La Salle-John Hise, William Reddick. William Reddick! another one of Judge Douglas's friends that stood on the stand with him at Ottawa, at the time the Judge says my knees trembled so that I had to be carried away. The names are all here: DuPage-Nathan Allen. Dekalb-Z. B. Mayo. Here is another set of resolutions which I think are apposite to the matter in hand. On the 28th of February of the same year, a Democratic District Convention was held at Naperville, to nominate a candidate for Circuit
es the father d. 12 Dec. 1840, a. 83. He was a member of Locke's company of Menotomy minute-men in 1775, and belonged to the Baptist Society in Camb. N. W. Pct. 21 July, 1787. 49. Isaac, s. of Aaron (17), m. Sarah Buckman or Bucknam, 23 July, 1783. He rem. to Charlestown from Cambridge, February, 1787, and belonged to the Baptist Society in Camb. N. W. Pet. 21 July, 1787. Isaac d. 14 Sept. 1819, a. 59 (g. s.); Sarah, his widow, d. 29 Mar. 1833, a. 71 (g. s.). Had Polly, or Mary, m. Isaac Cook, 15 Nov. 1804; Isaac; Leonard; Sarah, m. Ammi C. Teel, 11 Sept. 1814; Lydia, m. Walter Russell, 19 Jan. 1817, and second Moses Whitney; Levi. See Cutter Book, 255-56, 372, 396; Wyman, 269. 50. Abijah, s. of John (19), m. Charity E. Nichols, 23 Oct. 1814. Had Charity Elizabeth, m. Asa B. Blood (12 Mar. 1835); John, residing here; Abijah, residing in Lowell. 51. Ammi, s. of Ammi (20), had three wives. The wife of Ammi Cutter of Boston—Hannah, his third wife—was buried here 2 Mar. 183