again at Blooming ton, Atlanta, Lincoln and Springfield where it was well known I went for the purp A. Douglas.
Mr. Lincoln to Mr. Douglas. Springfield, July 29, 1858.
Hon S. A. Douglas — Dearave been well known to you that you went to Springfield for the purpose of agreeing on the plan of that we have already spoken at Chicago and Springfield and that on both occasions I had the concluur hours after, I concluded again on you at Springfield.
In the meantime, you had made another conclusion on me at Springfield which I did not hear, and of the contents of which I knew nothing whenaylight, and mine at night, of the 17th, at Springfield, were both made in perfect independence of m to-day a letter from you will reach me at Springfield.
Mr. Douglas to Mr. Lincoln. rvant,
S. A. Douglas, Hon. A. Lincoln Springfield, Ill.
Mr. Lincoln to Mr. Douglas SpringfielSpringfield, July 31, 1858.
Hon. S. A. Douglas-Dear Sir: Yours of yesterday, naming places, times and term