rom each town in the county were prominent gentlemen who voted for Lincoln for President, and for Wadsworth last year for Governor, but who ito be a military necessity? ["No, no."] I never heard yet that Abraham Lincoln was a military necessity.
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The interment was made at Elmwood Cemetery.
Some Stories of Lincoln — the change in Baltimore.
At a Republican meeting in New Yorkverance on the other side.
When I sent my flaming dispatches to Mr. Lincoln, "Bring on your confiscation and emancipation proclamations," Oled cheers and applause.] Fellow-citizens, you have heard it said Mr. Lincoln was an honest man. He is; and God Almighty never made a purer, a more honest man than Abraham Lincoln.
[Applause.] But that does not begin to be half of it; for I say, after an acquaintance of twenty-fiveelements of clearness, pure, lofty, and prudent statesmanship, Abraham Lincoln has not an equal upon the continent of North America.