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LETTER TO MARY OWENS Springfield , May 7 , 1837 VRIEND MARY : FI I have commenced two letters to send you before this , both of which displeased me before I got half done , and so I tore them up . The first I thought was not serious ...
This thing of living in Springfield is rather a dull business , after all ; at least it is to me . I am quite as lonesome here as I ever was anywhere in my life . I have been spoken to by but one woman since I have been here ...
... a still more unusual tear on his furrowed cheek , ” said Ward Lamon , who witnessed the sad parting when Lincoln , pausing on the rear platform of his train , addressed these few , unprepared words to his friends in Springfield .
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POSTMASTER LAWYER REPRESENTATIVE OF
To William H Herndon
To John W Crisfield
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