ech of mine, delivered here on the 16th of June last.
He says that he carefully read that speech.
He told us that.
at Chicago a week ago last night, and he repeated it at Bloomington last night.
Doubtless, he repeated it again to-clay, though I se and an expectation? I have often expressed an expectation to die, but I have never expressed a wish to die. I said at Chicago, and now repeat; that I am quite aware this Government has endured, half slave and half free, for eighty-two years. I un expressed the opinion I did, because I perceived-or thought I perceived — a new set of causes introduced.
I did say at Chicago, in my speech there, that I do wish to see the spread of slavery arrested, and to see it placed where the public mind shesisting it as a political rule, I disturb no right of property, create no disorder excite no mobs.
When he spoke at Chicago, on Friday evening of last week, he made this same point upon me. On Saturday evening I replied, and reminded him of a S