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LETTER TO ROBERT ALLEN New Salem , June 21 , 1836 EAR COLONEL : DEAR I am told that during my absence last week you passed through this place , and stated publicly that you were in possession of a fact or facts which , if known to the ...
I find myself wholly unable to form any conjecture of what fact or facts , real or supposed , you spoke ; but my opinion of your veracity will not permit me for a moment to doubt that you at least believed what you said .
These are palpable facts , about which , as facts , there can be no caviling . We have the men ; and we could not have had them without the measure . “ And now let any Union man who complains of the measure test himself by writing down ...
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POSTMASTER LAWYER REPRESENTATIVE OF
To William H Herndon
To Stephen A Douglas
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