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Said Mr. Lincoln : “ Mr. Secretary , do you suppose Palmerston will understand our position from my letter , just as it is ? " “ Certainly , Mr. President . ” “ Do you suppose the London Times will ? ” “ Certainly .
I say , then , that , as I understand the Massachusetts provision , I am against its adoption in Illinois , or in any other place where I have a right to oppose it . Understanding the spirit of our institutions to aim at the elevation ...
Why will he not read and understand what I have said ? The substance of the very declaration he desires is in the inaugural , in each of the two regular messages to Congress , and in many , if not all , the minor documents issued by the ...
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