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usual manner. In the morning his son, Captain Robert Lincoln, breakfasted with him. The young man hand fame, was then comparatively unheralded. Lincoln was fond of the drama. Brought up in a proviing to him; but he yielded to the wishes of Mrs. Lincoln and went. They took with them Miss Harris Booth presented a card to him, stating that Mr. Lincoln had sent for him, and was permitted to pas arm-chair. Next to him, on the right, sat Mrs. Lincoln. A little distance to the right of both, Mne at her left, and a little in the rear of Mrs. Lincoln, who, intent on the play, was leaning forwa-mad avenger. W. O. Stoddard, in his Life of Lincoln, says: It was as if there had been a death ich was draped in mourning. The death of Mr. Lincoln was an indescribable shock to his fellow coe bright spring sky, gazing upon his coffin. Lincoln's own words over the dead at Gettysburg came t to enter in. In a discourse delivered on Lincoln on the 23d of that month, Henry Ward Beecher [3 more...]