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14 , 1860 MESSRS . O. P. HALL , J. R. FULLENWIDER & U. F. CORRELL ENTLEMEN : G Your letter in which , among other things , you ask what I meant when I said this I “ Union could not stand half slave and half free [ 74 ]
“ Union could not stand half slave and half free " ; and also what I meant when I said “ a house divided against itself could not stand ” is received and I very cheerfully answer it as plainly as I may be able .
If I had said I believe the Government cannot last always half slave and half free , would you understand it any better than you do ? Endure permanently and last always have exactly the same meaning . If you , or [ sic ] if you will ...
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POSTMASTER LAWYER REPRESENTATIVE OF
To William H Herndon
To John W Crisfield
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