were never passed in any Convention held in Springfield.
It turns out that they were never passed f 1854, any Convention holding a session in Springfield, calling itself a Republican State Conventing or affirming whether they were passed at Springfield.
Now it turns out that he had got hold of the resolutions at Kane county as those at Springfield, the amount of the responsibility being exathe resolutions in question were adopted at Springfield on the 5th of October, 1854.
Although I wa Lanphier, editor of the State Register, at Springfield calling his attention to them, telling him auded by all the Abolitionists assembled in Springfield.
So soon as Mr. Lincoln was done speaking,tions were adopted — and when I get down to Springfield I will investigate the matter and see whethLegislature when they assembled together at Springfield.
In the first place, you must remember thatable conclusion to be drawn from his first Springfield speech is, that he is opposed to the admiss