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ume of Lincoln's addresses and letters with something of the feeling that Walt Whitman has uttered with regard to Lincoln's portraits: 'None of the artists or pictures has caught the deep though subtle and indirect expression of this man's face. There is something else there," BLISS PERRY.

Editor's Introduction

CONTENTS

Speeches-Selected

The Whigs and the Mexican War
Notes for a Law Lecture

Fragment on Slavery

The Dred Scott Decision and the
Declaration of Independence

Springfield Speech

Cooper Union Speech
Farewell at Springfield

Speech in Independence Hall, Phila

delphia

First Inaugural Address
Emancipation Proclamation
Gettysburg Address

Speech to 166th Ohio Regiment
Response to a Serenade

Reply to Committee on Electoral Count
Second Inaugural Address

Letters

To McClellan

To Seward
To Greeley

To the Workingmen of Manchester

To Hooker

To Burnside

To Edward Everett

To Grant

To Mrs. Bixby.
To Thurlow Weed

Appendix

Lincoln's Lost Speech

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Selected Speeches

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