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Xxxix. William Wallace Lincoln, I never knew. He died Thursday, February 20th, 1862, nearly two years before my interco
His death was the most crushing affliction Mr. Lincoln had ever been called upon to pass through.
After the to spend a few days in Washington.
An acquaintance of Mrs. Lincoln and of her sister, Mrs. Edwards, of Springfield, he was ulgence of his grief had gone on for several weeks, and Mrs. Lincoln began to be seriously alarmed for the health of her husband, of which fact Dr. Vinton was apprised.
Mr. Lincoln received him in the parlor, and an opportunity was soon embraced by f the church, founded upon the words of Christ himself.
Mr. Lincoln looked at him a moment, and then, stepping forward, he t n, upon this subject, which I think might interest you.
Mr. Lincoln begged him to send it at an early day — thanking him rep hrough a member of the family, I have been informed that Mr. Lincoln's views in relation to spiritual things seemed changed f