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Lincoln Bibliography 

Compiled by 

Daniel Fish 

of the Minnesota Bar 



Csfyrignt, igo6, by 
DANIEL FISH 



Preface 

THE following bibliography is a revision 
and enlargement of the catalogue 
issued under my supervision in 1900, 
entitled "Lincoln Literature." As expected, 
and of course desired, the circulation of that 
tentative list drew from their hiding-places many 
omitted items, more than a hundred such being 
now added. These, with the large number since 
published, swell the total to upward of a thou- 
sand, not counting reprints or successive editions. 

The intended scope of the work should be 
accurately noted, for it is limited to a definite 
purpose: 

Printed books and pamphlets only are em- 
braced, construing the latter term broadly. 
Single-page prints of all sorts and unimportant 
leaflets, myriads of which were issued and have 
disappeared, are omitted. Such of these as are 
still extant shed no appreciable light on the life 
which evoked them and would only encumber 
the list without compensating advantage. 

Only such books and brochures are included 
as relate distinctively to the principal subject. 
Prints devoted in part to Lincoln but treating 



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138 Abraham Lincoln 

also of other topics are not within the plan, 
though a few, wherein the former matter largely 
predominates, are retained. To specify all 
which deal to any extent with the great central 
figure of the civil conflict would be to enroll 
substantially the entire literary product of his 
time. 

Periodical matter not reprinted, unless the 
particular issue was devoted wholly to Lincoln, 
is excluded. This is a wide and fruitful field 
of research, but one to be separately treated un- 
der a different method. 

The merely political writings of the period 
have been sifted with a view to retaining such 
books and pamphlets only as may fairly be said 
to owe their origin to the man. They are very 
numerous, but obviously most of them would 
have appeared in similar form had another than 
Lincoln been President. To include all, there- 
fore, would be aside from the purposes of a 
Lincoln bibliography, while the exclusion of all 
would be equally improper. The line is not 
easily marked, yet to attempt it was imperative. 
All separately printed utterances of Lincoln are 
of course meant to be listed; likewise all com- 
munications in terms addressed to him. Ordi- 
nary partisan discussions, unless chiefly aimed at 
personal attack or defence, are omitted. In 
illustration, however, of the enormous adminis- 



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trative difficulties with which the President had 
to deal, and so of his statesmanship and charac- 
ter, some pamphlets are retained which set forth 
conflicting views of the larger questions of ex- 
ecutive policy — political arrests, the habeas cor- 
pus, emancipation, and the like. The proceed- 
ings of political conventions in which Lincoln 
figured as a candidate are noted; and, as an in- 
teresting reflection of contemporary feeling, the 
song-books which contributed to his elections. 

Publications devoted to the assassination, to 
the arrest and trial of the conspirators, and to 
discussions of their guilt and punishment are in- 
cluded. As to all else, the reasons for insertion 
will be apparent and it remains only to add that 
a few titles in the first edition have been dropped 
as not within the prescribed limitations. 

Obviously enough, much of the matter thus 
listed is of but trifling value. Plainly, too, the 
student of Lincoln must resort to wider sources 
in the effort to learn what manner of man he was. 
For example, of the 157 volumes cited in Mr. 
Rothschild's recent work but 53 are here set 
down. Yet this is the roll of that thousand and 
more who have been moved by a great man's life 
and death to commit their thoughts of him to 
prints especially devoted to that end. 

Use of the list will be facilitated by observing 
the method of preparation and arrangement: 



i4° Abraham Lincoln 

Each entry embraces a full copy of the title- 
page (omitting only mottoes, etc., where indi- 
cated) followed by the collation — size, number 
of pages, and how illustrated. Figures in pa- 
rentheses ( ) are pages not numbered in the book. 
Words in brackets [ ] are not found on the page 
transcribed. Care has been taken to preserve 
initial capitals and especially the punctuation of 
titles — or the absence of punctuation as is the 
recent fashion. Some of the earlier titles are of 
immoderate fullness while the modern style runs 
to the opposite extreme, but however much or 
little of his purpose the author saw fit to disclose 
by this means, all is faithfully set forth. 

No title is entered more than once unless there 
are varying editions; mere reprints are disposed 
of in notes. All are listed under one alphabet. 
The form is that of the "author catalogue," en- 
tailing the difficulties inseparable from anony- 
mous publications. Compilations of Lincoln's 
own writings, separately published, are listed 
under his name; editions of the Debates, under 
"Lincoln and Douglas." In all other cases ed- 
itors are treated as authors. If the author's 
name appears in the title, the entry is under that 
name whether it be real or assumed. Identical 
surnames are distinguished by adding given 
name or initials in the form adopted by the 
author. When the name is not shown in the 



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title but appears elsewhere in the book, it is still 
used as the index-word, being enclosed in brack- 
ets; if learned from other sources, the informa- 
tion is given in a note. The proceedings of so- 
cieties and of public bodies and meetings (no 
editor's name appearing) are listed under the 
name of the society, state or place. Strictly 
anonymous prints are distributed according to 
the rule devised by librarians in the interests of 
uniformity, which requires each to be placed 
under the "first word of the title not an article." 
The rule is not ideal, since it often leads to con- 
sequences futile if not absurd. In the present 
list, for example, the names of both Deity and 
the Adversary become index-words, while other 
titles fall under "Is," "That," and like terms 
signifying little. But the method has at least 
the merit of being easily applied, so it has been 
followed — with two slight variations, permissi- 
ble I hope in a special list of this character, viz. : 
When the authorship, being at first concealed, 
is announced in a later edition, the editions are 
brought together under the name thus disclosed. 
And when the anonymous print deals with one 
of the assassins only, it is entered under the crim- 
inal's name. 

All reasonable effort has been made to exhaust 
the field above defined. The leading collections 
of Lincolniana have been freely opened to my 



142 Abraham Lincoln 

inspection, their owners earnestly co-operating 
in the work of forming a more perfect list. The 
chief libraries of both Europe and America have 
been visited, extensive correspondence has been 
carried on, and scores of catalogues examined. 
Nevertheless, I am under no delusion as regards 
the possibility of omissions. So many publica- 
tions of this kind are privately printed, or of 
local circulation only, that absolute complete- 
ness is next to impossible. 

So abundant has been the assistance given, and 
so numerous the charming acquaintances grow- 
ing out of it, that the mention of names will seem 
invidious. I must, however, again acknowledge 
especial indebtedness to that part of Boyd's "Me- 
morial Lincoln Bibliography," compiled by 
Mr. Charles Henry Hart, and to the minute 
information and unfailing courtesy and helpful- 
ness of Major William H. Lambert. Mr. 
George Thomas Ritchie, also, through his ex- 
cellent "List of Lincolniana in the Library of 
Congress" and by valued personal assistance, has 
placed me under deep obligation. And to my 
generous friend and co-laborer, Mr. Judd Stew- 
art, of New York, I owe more than may be told. 



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Lincoln Bibliography- 
Books and Pamphlets Relating to 
Abraham Lincoln 

ABBOTT. The Assassination and Death of Abraham 
Lincoln, President of the United States of America, 
at Washington, on the 14th of April, 1865. Full par- 
ticulars, with a short account of his life. By Abbott 
A. Abbott. Author of the " Life of Abraham Lincoln." 
New York: American News Company, 12 1 Nassau 
Street, 1865. 12 mo. pp 24 I 

ABOTT. The Life of Abraham Lincoln. By Abott. 
A. Abott. Author of " The Statesmen of America," 
&c New York: T. R. Dawley. Publisher for the 
Million, 13 and 15 Park Row. 1864. i2mo, pp (4), 

11-100 2 

Another issue of same year has pp (2), 11-104. 

ABOTT. The Assassination and Death of Abraham Lin- 
coln, President of the United States of America, at 
Washington, on the 14th of April, 1865. By Abott 
A. Abott. Author of the " Life of Abraham Lincoln. " 
New York: American News Company, 121 Nassau 

Street. [1865.] i2mo. pp 12 3 

A second edition contains pp 16. 

ABRAHAM. [Cut] Africanus I. His Secret Life, as 

revealed under the Mesmeric Influence. Mysteries of 

the White House. J. F. Feeks, Publisher, No. 26 Ann 

Street, N. Y, [1864.] i2mo, pp 57 . , . . 4 

143 



144 Abraham Lincoln 

ABRAHAM Lincoln and his Last Resting Place. A 
Leaflet published for distribution at the National Lin- 
coln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. [1903.] 8vo, 

PP 17 5 

Compiled by Edward S. Johnson, custodian. Contains 
portrait, facsimile of Fell autobiography, and eight plates 
of the monument and cemetery. 

ABRAHAM Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant: Their char- 
acter and constitution scientifically explained. With 
engravings. All who desire to gain a reliable knowl- 
edge of the personal characteristics of the President, 
Abraham Lincoln, and Lieut. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, 
will please to read this work. [No imprint.] 1864. 

8vo, pp. 15 6 

Cover imprint: Published by A. T. Rollner, Practical 
Phrenologist, San Francisco. 

ABRAHAM Lincoln as attorney for the Illinois Cen- 
tral Railroad Company [Device] Compliments of the 
Illinois Central Railroad Company [1905] 4to, pp 
(36). Portrait 7 

Facsimile reproduction of original papers relating to bill 
for services and action to recover. The Ginthorp Warren 
Printing Co., Chicago. Two Editions of 200 each. 

ABRAHAM Lincoln. A Threnody. St. Louis: Pri- 
vately printed. i2mo, pp 26 8 

Author, Prof. G. H. Howison of Washington University, 
St. Louis. 

ABRAHAM Lincoln, der Sklavenbefreier u. Freikeits- 
martyrer, gew. President der Vereinigten Staten 
Nord-Amerika's. Met dem wohlgetroffenen Portrait 
Lincoln's [Biel: L. Heer-Betrix. 1865] i2mo, 
PP 16 9 

ABRAHAM Lincoln : Farmer's boy and President. Pub- 
lished under the direction of the committee of general 



Bibliography 145 

literature and education appointed by the society for 
the promotion of Christian knowledge. London: So- 
ciety for Promoting Christian knowledge, Northum- 
berland Avenue, Charing Cross. W. C. 43 Queen Vic- 
toria Street. E. C. Brighton: 135, North Street. 
New York: E. 5c J. B. Young 5c Co. [No year] 
8vo, pp 32. Portrait on cover 10 

ABRAHAM Lincoln, in the Latest Biography. [No place, 

no year] 8vo, pp 44 11 

Author A. W. Clason (?). A review, with Confederate 
leanings, of the Xicolay and Hay biography. 

ABRAHAM Lincoln, late President of the L'nited States, 
demonstrated to be the Gog of the Bible, as foretold 
by the Prophet Ezekiel in the xxxviii and xxxix Chap- 
ters of his Book of Prophecy. The Thirteen Confed- 
erate States shown to be the mountains of Israel, and 
all the Predictions contained in the Prophecy concern- 
ing them literally fulfilled in the late war between the 
North and South. Memphis: Public Ledger office. 
1868. i2mo, pp 56 12 

ABRAHAM Lincoln Liv og Gjerning. Med Lincolns 
Portrait. B. Thanning 5: Appels Boghandel. Kie- 
benhavn. 1882. i2mo, pp 141 13 

Author, H. Rasmusen. 

ABRAHAM Lincoln. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott 

Company. 1890. i2mo, pp 9 14 

From Chambers' Encyclopedia, John P. Lamberton 
author. 

ABRAHAM Lincoln. An Appreciation. New York: 
Francis D. Tandy Company. [1906] i8mo, pp. 16. 

Silhouette portrait on cover 15 

Written to stimulate an interest in Lincoln's writings and 



146 Abraham Lincoln 

to advertise the Gettysburg Edition of the Complete Works 
of Abraham Lincoln. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN POST. Decoration Day, 1882. 
Abraham Lincoln Post, No. 13, G. A. R. Department 
of New York. Ceremonies in Union Square and at 
the Cemeteries. New York: John Polhemus, Mf'g 
Stationers and Printers, 102 Nassau Street. 1882. 

Sm. 4to, pp 20 16 

Addresses on Lincoln by Rev. Dr. J. P. Newman, Gen. 
Cochran, and others. 

ABRAHAM Lincoln's Record on the Slavery Question. 
His doctrines condemned by Henry Clay. The mass 
of Lincoln's supporters hostile to the constitution. 
Lincoln's course in Congress on the Mexican war. 
The homestead bill, — " Land for the landless," Lin- 
coln, Douglas, and Hamlin. Murphy & Co., 182 Bal- 
timore Street, Baltimore, [i860] 8vo, pp. 16. 17 

ABRAHAM Lincoln Souvenir. [No imprint. 1902] 
8vo, pp (4) 18 

An Ode to Lincoln by George Washington Nims. 

ABRAM Lincoln. Com'ei visse, qual'opera compie qual 
fu la sua morte. Firenze Tipografia Claudiana via 

Maffia 33. 1866. i2mo, pp 88 19 

Translation by B. Malan from the French of F. Bungener. 
See No. 153. 

ADAMS. An Address on the Life, Character and Services 
of William Henry Seward. Delivered at the request 
of Both Houses of the Legislature of New York, at 
Albany, April 18, 1873, by Charles Francis Adams. 
Albany: Weed, Parsons and Company. 1873. Royal 

8vo, pp 77. Portrait 20 

Official print, " revised for publication " by author. In- 
serted here because certain remarks, attributing superiority 



Bibliography 147 

to Mr. Seward in contrast with Lincoln, led to protest and 
refutation. See Welles, No. 1031. 

ADDERUP. Lincolniana; or the Humors of Uncle Abe. 
Second Joe Miller. " That reminds me of a little 
story." Pres. Lincoln. By Andrew Adderup, Spring- 
field, 111. [Cut of a serpent.] New York: [1864.] 
Published by J. F. Feeks, No. 26 Ann Street. i2mo, 
pp 95. Illustrated 21 

ADDRESS to the People of the United States, recommend- 
ing the re-election of Abraham Lincoln to the Presi- 
dency. New York: Sanford, Harroun & Co., Print- 
ers, 644 Broadway. 1864. 8vo, pp 6 . .22 

ALGER. Abraham Lincoln, the Backwoods Boy; or, How 
a young rail-splitter became President. By Horatio 
Alger, Jr., author of " The Boyhood and Manhood of 
James A. Garfield," " Luck and Pluck," etc., etc. 
New York: John R. Anderson and Henry S. Allen, 
66 and 68 Reade Street. 1883. i2mo, pp 307. 23 
In " Boyhood and Manhood Series of Illustrious Ameri- 
cans." 

ALGER. The Backwoods Boy or The Boyhood and Man- 
hood of Abraham Lincoln By Horatio Alger, Jr., 
author of " The Erie Train Boy," " Luke Walton," 
"Adrift in New York," " The Store Boy," "The 
Young Outlaw," etc. Street and Smith, Publishers, 
238 William Street, New York [1904] i2mo, pp 

307 24 

No. 78 in " Bound to Win Library.'' A cheap re-print 
from plates of last above. Issued in this form July 30, 
1904. 

ALLEN, (Ethan.) A discourse prepared for the National 
Fast Day, June 1st, 1865, on account of the Murder 
of our late President, and preached at St. Thomas' 



148 Abraham Lincoln 

Church, Homestead, Baltimore County, Md. By 
Ethan Allen, Rector. Published at the request of its 
hearers. Baltimore: Printed by Wm. K. Boyle, Suc- 
cessor to John D. Toy. 1865. l2mo, pp 12. 300 
copies 25 

ALLEN, (Eugene C) Abraham Lincoln An Historical 
Essay in two parts By Eugene C. Allen. Albion, 
Michigan. 1895. [No imprint] 8vo, pp 146. 26 

ALLEN, (Lyman W.) Abraham Lincoln A Poem by 
Lyman Whitney Allen. G. P. Putnam's Sons. New 
York 27 West Twenty-third Street London 24 
Bedford Street, Strand The Knickerbocker Press 

1896. i2mo, pp vi, 112 27 

Revised edition of Prize Poem, published in New York 
Herald, December 15, 1895. 

ANDERSON. No. 101 1902 Catalogue of Lincolniana 
A Remarkable Collection of Engravings, Lithographs, 
Books, Eulogies, Orations, etc., relating wholly, or in 
part, to Abraham Lincoln For Sale at Auction Fri- 
day, April 11, 1902 John Anderson, Jr. 20 West 
30th St., New York. i2mo, pp 22 . . . .28 
Describes 314 items, many of them political documents 
of 1864, not of a personal character, and therefore not 
within the scope of this list. 

ANDERSON. Catalogue of Autographs, Pamphlets, En- 
gravings, etc. relating to Abraham Lincoln Includ- 
ing letters written by his biographers and members of 
his cabinet; original poems on his death; statements by 
his pallbearers; letters by army and navy officers; reso- 
lutions by corporations; unique caricatures; rare slavery 
items; original war department documents; rare broad- 
sides, etc., etc. For sale at auction Tuesday After- 
noon, March 22 1904 at 3 o'clock The Anderson 



Bibliography 149 

Auction Company 5 West 29th Street, New York, 

8vo, pp 37 2 9 

Valuable for its bibliographical information, many of the 
autographs described being from the collection of Mr. 
Andrew Boyd. 

ANDREW. House No. 227. Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts. [Address by His Excellency John A. An- 
drew, Governor, to the Legislature, April 17th, 1865, 
on the Death of President Lincoln.] [No place, no 

year.] 8vo, pp 8. 800 copies 30 

Also in " Acts and Resolves," 1865, pp 809-815. 

ANDREWS. Ke Keiki Paionia: or Pioneer Boy I Lilo 
I Peresidena No Amerika Huipuia; I Unuhiia A I 
Kakauia E Samuel C. Andrews, Lahainaluna. Nu 
Yoka: Paiia E William B. Bodge. 1869. i2mo, 

pp 306. Portrait and plates 31 

In the Hawaiian dialect. Copyright, April 4, 1868, by G. 
P. Judd of Honolulu. 

ANN ARBOR. Memorial Proceedings in honor of the 
lamented President of the United States, Abraham Lin- 
coln, held in Ann Arbor, Michigan; [April 19th, 
1865.] With the Address of Rev. E. O. Haven, D. D., 
LL. D., President of the University of Michigan. Ann 
Arbor: Printed at the "Peninsular Courier" office. 
1865. 8vo, pp 11. 500 copies 32 

ARNAUD. Abraham Lincoln sa naissance, sa vie, sa mort 
avec un recit de la Guerre d'Amerique d'apres les docu- 
ments les plus authentiques par Achille Arnaud Redac- 
teur a l'Opinion nationale. Paris Charlieu freres et 
Huillery, Libraires-Editeurs IO Rue Git-le-coeur 1865. 
4-to, pp 96. Illustrated 33 

ARNOLD. Reconstruction: Liberty the corner-stone, 
and Lincoln the architect. Speech of Hon. Isaac N. 



150 Abraham Lincoln 

Arnold, of Illinois, delivered in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, March 19, 1864. Washington: Printed 
by Lemuel Towers. 1864. 8vo, pp 14 . . . 34 
A second edition issued same year. 

ARNOLD. The History of Abraham Lincoln, and the 
Overthrow of Slavery. By Isaac N. Arnold, late 
Member of Congress from Illinois. Chicago: Clarke 
and Co., Publishers, 1866. 8vo, pp 736. Por- 
trait 35 

Same re-issued in 1867. 

ARNOLD. Sketch of the Life of Abraham Lincoln. 
Compiled in most part from the History of Abraham 
Lincoln, and the Overthrow of Slavery. Published by 
Messrs. Clark and Co., Chicago. By Isaac N. Arnold. 
John B. Bachelder, Publisher, 59 Beekman Street, New 
York. 1869. 8vo, pp 75 Portrait .... 36 
Designed to accompany engraving of Chappel's painting. 
" The Last Hours of Lincoln." 

ARNOLD. Reminiscences of the Illinois Bar Forty years 
ago: Lincoln and Douglas as Orators and Lawyers. 
By Hon. Isaac N. Arnold. Read before " The Bar 
Association of the State of Illinois," Springfield, Janu- 
ary 7, 1 88 1. Chicago: Fergus Printing Company, 
1 88 1. 8vo, pp 29 37 

ARNOLD. Abraham Lincoln : A Paper Read before the 
Royal Historical Society, London, June 16th, 1881. 
By Hon. Isaac N. Arnold, F. R. H. S. Stephen A. 
Douglas: An Eulogy Delivered before The Chicago 
University, July 3d, 1861. By Hon. James W. Shea- 
han. Chicago: Fergus Printing Company. 1881. 
i2mo, pp [Lincoln,] 165 to I94d. [Douglas,] 195 to 
212 and 4 additional pp numbered 49 to 52 . . 38 



Bibliography 151 

Cover title: "Fergus Historical Series, Number Fifteen. 
Lincoln and Douglas." Pagination varies in different issues. 

ARNOLD. Abraham Lincoln : a Paper read before The 
Royal Historical Society, London, June 16, 1881. By 
Hon. Isaac N. Arnold, President of the Chicago His- 
torical Society, and Honorary Fellow of the Royal His- 
torical Society, London. Chicago: Fergus Printing 
Company. 188 1. 8vo, pp 4, 38 39 

ARNOLD. Abraham Lincoln : A Paper read before The 
Royal Historical Society, London, June 1 6th, 1881, by 
Hon. Isaac N. Arnold, President of the Chicago His- 
torical Society, and Honorary Fellow of the Royal 
Historical Society, London. Reprinted from " Trans- 
actions of the Royal Historical Society." Vol. X. Chi- 
cago: Fergus Printing Company. 1883. 8vo, pp 
45 40 

ARNOLD. The Life of Abraham Lincoln. By Isaac N. 
Arnold, Author of " The Life of Benedict Arnold," 
etc.; Late President of the Chicago Historical Society; 
Member of Congress during the Civil War. Chicago: 
Jansen, McClurg & Company. 1885. 8vo, pp 462. 

Portrait 41 

Several later editions, the 5th in 1891 with pp 471. 

ARTICLES of Association and By-Laws, Rules and Regu- 
lations of the National Lincoln Monument Association, 
organized at Springfield, 111., May 11, 1865. Spring- 
field: Steam Press of Baker & Phillips. 1865. 8vo, 
pp 11 42 

ASHLEY. Reminiscences of the Great Rebellion Cal- 
houn, Seward and Lincoln Address of Hon. J. M. 
Ashley, at Memorial Hall, Toledo, Ohio, June 2, 1890. 
Published by Request. [No imprint] 8vo, pp 41. 43 



1.5a Abraham Lincoln 

ASHLEY. Address of Hon. J. M. Ashley, at the Fourth 
Annual Banquet of The [Portrait of Lincoln] Ohio 
Republican League, held at Memorial Hall, Toledo, 
Ohio, February 12, 1891. Published by request. 
Evening Post Job Print, Broadway and Fulton St., 
N. Y. [No year] 8vo, pp 23 44 

ASSASSINATION. The Assassination and History of the 
Conspiracy. A complete digest of the whole aifair from 
its inception to its culmination, Sketches of the principal 
Characters, Reports of the Obsequies, etc. Fully Illus- 
trated. Cincinnati: J. R. Hawley & Co., 164 Vine 
Street. 1865. 8vo, pp xi, 21-163. Plates . . 45 
Another issue of the same year, same title page, lias pp xi, 
(i), 21-201. For German edition see " Ermordung," No. 
310. 

ATHENAEUM CLUB. Commemorative Proceedings of 
the Athenaeum Club, on the death of Abraham Lin- 
coln, President of the United States. April, 1865. 
[Printed by C. S. Westcott & Co., 79 John St., N. Y. 
No year.] Royal 8vo, pp 36. Portrait. 500 

copies 46 

Contains addresses by Parke Godwin, and others, and 
poem by Henry T. Tuckerman. Large paper edition, 
also, 50 copies, in which the portrait is on India paper. 

ATWOOD. In Memoriam. Discourses in commemora- 
tion of Abraham Lincoln, President of the United 
States, delivered in the South Church, Salem, April 
1 6th, and June 1st, 1865, by the Pastor, Rev. E. S. 
Atwood. Salem: Printed at the office of the Salem 
Gazette. 1865. 8vo, pp 31. 500 copies . . 47 
BASTARD TITLES. (1.) The Nation's loss. A Dis- 
course delivered on the Sunday Morning after the Assassi- 
nation of President Lincoln, in the South Church, Salem, 
April 16, 1865, by Rev. E. S. Atwood, Pastor. (2.) The 



Bibliography 153 

President's Record. A Discourse delivered on the Day 
of the National Fast, in the South Church, Salem, June i, 
1865. By Rev. E. S. Atwood, Pastor. 

BABCOCK. A Discourse on the death of President Lin- 
coln, Preached in the Orthodox Congregational Church, 
in Dedham, by the Rev. Samuel B. Babcock, in accord- 
ance with the request of a Committee of Citizens. 
Wednesday, April 19, 1865. Dedham, Mass.: Print- 
ed by John Cox, Jr. 1865. 8vo, pp 16. 800 
copies 48 

BACKMAN. Abraham Lincoln, The World's Great 
Martyr. A discourse delivered in the M. E. Church, 
Jamaica, L. I., on Sabbath morning, April 23d, 1865, 
by Rev. Chas. Baclcman. Jamaica: Chas. Welling, 
" Long Island Farmer." 1865. 8vo. pp 16 . 49 

BACON. The Life and Administration of Abraham Lincoln. 
Presenting his Early History, Political Career, Speeches, 
Messages, Proclamations, Letters, etc., with a General 
View of his Policy as President of the United States, 
embracing the leading events of the war. Also the 
European Press on his death. Compiled by G. W. 
Bacon. London: Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, 
Milton House, Ludgate Hill; Bacon & Co., 48, Pater- 
noster Row. 1865. i2mo, pp vi, (2), 183. Portrait 

and map .50 

Another edition with same title page throughout has 
pp 120. Portrait on cover, but no map. 

BACON. Abraham Lincoln geschetst in zijn Leven en 
Daden. naar het Engelsch van G. W. Bacon. Am- 
sterdam, Jan Leendertz. 1865. i2mo, pp (4), 89, 
(2). Portrait on cover 51 

BADGER. The Humble Conqueror: A Discourse com- 
memorative of the Life and Services of Abraham Lin- 



154 Abraham Lincoln 

coin, Preached to the Cambridgeport Parish, April 23, 
1865. By Rev. Henry C. Badger. Boston: William 
V. Spencer. 1865. 8vo, pp 18. 1,000 copies . 52 

BAIN. National Lessons from the Life and Death of Presi- 
dent Lincoln. A Sermon preached in the United Pres- 
byterian Church, Canonsburg, Pa. on Fast Day, Thurs- 
day, June 1, 1865. By Rev. J. W. Bain, Pastor. 
Pittsburgh : Printed by W. S. Haven, corner of Wood 
and Third Streets. 1865. 8vo, pp 16. 500 
copies 53 

BAKER. Our Martyr President. [Delivered before the 
Hamilton Library Association of Brooklyn on Monday 
Evening the 24th of April, 1865.] By John F. Baker. 
[No place, no year.] 8vo, pp 5. 150 copies . 54 

BALDRIDGE. The Martyr Prince. A Sermon on the 
occasion of the Assassination of President Lincoln, de- 
livered in the Presbyterian Church, Friendsville, [Illi- 
nois,] Sabbath Morning, April 23d, 1865. By the 
Pastor, Rev. S. C. Baldridge. Cincinnati, O. : Steam 
Press of Jos. B. Boyd, 25 West Fourth Street. 1865. 
8vo, pp 21. 500 copies 55 

[BALDWIN (James)] The Story of Abraham Lincoln 
for Young Readers Werner School Book Company 
New York Chicago Boston [1896.] i6mo, pp 64. 
Illustrated 56 

Editor, James Baldwin, Ph. D. In series " Baldwin's Bio- 
graphical Booklets." Included in " Four Great Americans." 
1896, same publishers. 

BALDWIN (James.) Abraham Lincoln A True Life 
By James Baldwin Author of " Fifty Famous Stories 
Retold," "Old Greek Stories," "The Discovery of 
the Old Northwest," " The Conquest of the Old North- 



Bibliography 155 

west," " Baldwin's Readers," etc. New York. Cin- 
cinnati. Chicago American Book Company [1904] 
i2mo, pp 288. Illustrated 57 

BALDWIN, (John B.) Interview between President 
Lincoln and Col. John B. Baldwin, April 4th, 1861. 
Statements & Evidence. Staunton, Va. : " Spectator " 
Job office — D. E. Strasburg, Printer. 1866. 8vo, pp 

28 58 

Relates to evacuation of Ft. Sumter. 

BALTIMORE. Proceedings of the City Council of Bal- 
timore, in relation to the death of Abraham Lincoln, 
late President of the United States. [Baltimore, 
1865.] 8vo, pp 24. 500 copies 59 

BALTIMORE CONVENTION. Presidential Election, 
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held in Baltimore, Md., June 7th and 8th, 1864. Re- 
ported by D. F. Murphy, of the Official Corps of 
Reporters for the United States Senate. New York: 
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opposite City Hall. 1864. 8vo, pp 94 . .60 

BANCROFT. Memorial Address on the Life and Char- 
acter of Abraham Lincoln, delivered at the request of 
both Houses of the Congress of America, before them, 
in the House of Representatives at Washington, on the 
1 2th day of February, 1866. By George Bancroft. 
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1866. 
8vo, pp 69. Portrait. 10,000 copies ... 61 
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ence next below, occasioned by the orator's strictures on 
the course of England during the civil war. 

BANCROFT. House of Representatives. 39th Congress, 
1st Session. Mis. Doc, No. no. Bancroft and Earl 



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Russell. Letter from George Bancroft, Esq., directed 
to Hon. E. B. Washburn, Chairman, etc., transmitting 
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of the memorial address on Abraham Lincoln, delivered 
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BANCROFT. In Memoriam of Abraham Lincoln, the 
Martyr President of the United States. Oration of the 
Hon. George Bancroft, the Historian, at the request of 
both Houses of Congress, in the hall of the House of 
Representatives of the United States. On Monday, 
February, 12, 1866. [Washington, L. Towers, 
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BANCROFT. Abraham Lincoln. A Memorial Address, 
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BANCROFT. Eloge funebre du President Lincoln pro- 
nonce en seance solonelle du Congress des Etats-Unis 
d'Amerique par George Bancroft auteur de l'Histoire 
des Etats-Unis depuis la decouverte du continent ameri- 
cain Traduction de l'Anglais par Gustave Jottrand 
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BANGS. Lincolniana A Catalogue of Scarce Pamphlets 
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BARLER. A study of Abraham Lincoln The Last and 
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course, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, 
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BARNES, (Samuel.) Discourse on the Death of President 
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the Monument Street Methodist Episcopal Church, 
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by John D. Toy. 1865. 8vo, pp 12. 500 copies. 68 

BARR. A discourse, delivered by the Rev. T. H. Barr, at 
Canaan Center, [Ohio,] April 19, 1865, on the occa- 
sion of the Funeral Obsequies of our late President, 
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publican Steam Power Press, Wooster, Ohio. 1865. 
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BARRETT. Barrett's Authentic Edition. Life of Abra- 
ham Lincoln, (of Illinois,) with a condensed view of 
his most important speeches; also a sketch of the life of 
Hannibal Hamlin (of Maine.) By J. H. Barrett. 
Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co., 25 West 
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BARRETT. Life of Abraham Lincoln, presenting his 
early history, political career, and speeches in and out 
of Congress ; also a general view of his policy as Presi- 
dent of the United States ; with his Messages, Procla- 
mations, Letters, etc., and a concise History of the 
War. By Joseph H. Barrett. Cincinnati: Moore, 
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BARRETT. Life of Abraham Lincoln, presenting his 
early history, political career, and speeches in and out 
of Congress; also, a general view of his policy as Presi- 
dent of the United States; with his Messages, Procla- 
mations, Letters, etc., and a History of his eventful 
Administration, and of the scenes attendant upon his 
tragic and lamented demise. By Joseph H. Barrett, 
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BARRETT. Das Leben und Wirken Abraham Lincoln's, 
des sechzehnten Prasidenten der Vereinigten Staaten. 
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BARTLETT. (Authorized Edition.) The Life and 
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[BECHER] Abraham Lincoln, the Highest Type of an 
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BIOGRAPHY of Abraham Lincoln. [In Japanese; no 
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BLAIR. Comments on the Policy inaugurated by the Presi- 
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BOYD, (Andrew.) A Memorial Lincoln Bibliography: 
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BOYD, (L[ucinda].) The Sorrows of Nancy. By L. 
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Sampson Low, Son & Co., 47 Ludgate Hill. 1861. 
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BRADFORD. The Cause of the Rebellion: or, What 
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BRADLEE. A sermon for the Church of the Redeemer; 
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BROCKETT. The Life and Times of Abraham Lincoln, 
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" May every man who feels and thinks 

The time of triumph is at hand, 
Repeat the song of bobolinks 

Now ringing through our happy land : 

Now, I'll drink on, drink on, drink on, 

From soft flower-cups filled with dew; 
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BURROWS. Palliative and Prejudiced Judgments Con- 
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CALDWELL. Abraham Lincoln. Address delivered at 
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Campbell. Baltimore: John A. Murphy & Co. 1887. 
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CAMPAIGN. The Campaign of i860, comprising the 
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CARPENTER. The Inner Life of Abraham Lincoln. 
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CATALOGUE of Articles owned and used by Abraham 
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COCHIN. Abraham Lincoln par Augustin Cochin De 
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DUGANNE. The Heroic Succession. Oration by Col. 
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DUNAND. La Mort du President Lincoln Poeme pre- 
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i2mo, pp 23 287 

DUNNING. Concluding Address of Rev. Mr. Dunning 
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DUNNING. The Nameless Crime: A Discourse, deliv- 
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DYE. History of the Plots and Crimes of the Great Con- 
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EATON. Abraham Lincoln. A Sermon by Charles H. 
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EAVES. The only novelette ever sketched by Abraham 
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EDDY, (Daniel C.) The Martyr President. A Sermon 
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merten Abraham Lincoln, Prasidenten der Vereinigten 
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ENGLEHEM. Les Enfans due Travail par Alexandre 
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EVANS. Funeral Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, delivered 
before the Military Authorities in Norfolk, Va., Wed- 
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EVERETT, (Charles Carroll.) Eulogy on Abraham Lin- 
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EVERETT, (Edward.) An Oration delivered on the 
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of the cemetery grounds, and by a map of the Battle- 
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FACTS for the People. A Valuable Campaign Document 
— Lincoln's Springfield Speech — Trumbull's Chicago 
Speech — Douglass at Chicago vs. Douglass at Free- 
port — What the Southern Papers Say — and The 
Political Record of Stephen A. Douglas [Printed and 
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FARGUES. Abraham Lincoln Son Caractere Intellect- 
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FIELD. Address on the Life and Character of Abraham 
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FISH, (Daniel.) Lincoln Literature A Bibliographical 
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Peirson, Printer, " Beacon " Office. 1865. i2mo, pp 

22, 16, 13. 400 copies 324 

Three sermons, the first by Rev. Thomas Swaim, pastor 
of the Baptist Church ; second by Rev. J. L. Janeway, 
of the Presbyterian Church ; third by Rev. J. P. Dailey, of 
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FOSTELL. A Rare and Valuable Collection of relics of 
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FOSTER. The World's Workers. Abraham Lincoln. 
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Empire," "Men of note: their Boyhood and School- 
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FOWLER, (C. H.) An Oration on the Character and 
Public Services of Abraham Lincoln. Delivered by 
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FOWLER, (Henry.) Character and Death of Abraham 
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FREEMAN. God in Our National Affairs. A Sermon 
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FRELINGHUYSEN. Obsequies of Abraham Lincoln, 
Newark, N. J., April 19, 1865. Oration by Frederick 
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the Daily Advertiser Office. 1865. 8vo, pp. 23. 500 
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FRENCH, (B. B.) A Letter and Short Poem, on the 
death of Abraham Lincoln, [Portrait] by the late 
Hon. B. B. French, of Washington, D. C. 1870. A. 
Boyd, Novelty Printing Press, 396 Broadway, Albany, 
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FRENCH, (B. B.) Address delivered at the dedication 
of the Statue of Abraham Lincoln, erected in front of 
the City Hall, Washington, D. C, by invitation of 
Hon. Richard Wallach, Noble D. Larner, Esq., and 
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FRENCH, (Charles Wallace.) Abraham Lincoln The 
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who freed the slave " By Charles Wallace French 
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FROST. Abraham Lincoln An Oration delivered on 
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GALLAHER. Best Lincoln Stories Tersely Told. By 
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Sumner's remarks refer to the Vinnie Ream statue. 



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ham Lincoln, preached Sunday, April 23rd, 1865, in 
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copies 352 

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GOODWIN. Death of Abraham Lincoln. A Discourse 
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GRATER. A Discourse, respectfully dedicated to a grate- 
ful people In Memory of the Worth of Our Lamented 
Chief Magistrate, Abraham Lincoln, delivered April 
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man. Skippackville, Pa., Printed by J. M. Schuene- 
mann. 1865. For sale: by I. Kohler, No. 202 
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packville, Montg. County, Pa. Price: Single copy 5 
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query : 

GRAY, (George Zabriskie.) The Proper Use of the Mem- 
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1st, 1865, being the day of National Humiliation in 
commemoration of the Death of President Lincoln, 
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GRAY, (Wm. C.) Life of Abraham Lincoln, for the 
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GREAT. The Great Conspiracy. A Book of Absorbing 
Interest! Startling Developments. Eminent Persons 
implicated. Full secret of the Assassination Plot. John 
H. Surratt and his mother. With Biographical sketches 
of J. B. Booth and John Wilkes, and the life and ex- 
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602 Arch street. [1866.] 8vo, pp (4), 19-201. Il- 
lustrated. . . 358 

Another issue same year has pp 198. 

GREAT. The Great Issue to be decided in November 
next! Shall the Constitution and the Union stand or 
fall, Shall Sectionalism Triump? Lincoln and his 
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A compilation of extreme utterances by leading repub- 
licans touching slavery. 

GREAT. The Great Conspiracy. Founded on Fact, and 
copiously illustrated with Notes from Rare Pamphlets. 
Accompanied with biographical sketches of J. B. Booth, 
and John Wilkes. Philadelphia: Published by Bar- 
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GREELEY. A Political Text-book for i860: comprising 
a brief view of Presidential nominations and elections: 
Including all the National Platforms ever yet adopt- 
ed: Also, a History of the Struggle respecting Slavery 
in the Territories, and of the action of Congress as to 
the Freedom of the Public Lands, with the most 
notable Speeches and Letters of Messrs. Lincoln, Doug- 
las, Bell, Cass, Seward, Everett, Breckenridge, H. V. 
Johnson, etc., etc., touching the Questions of the Day; 
and Returns of all Presidential Elections since 1836. 
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GREELEY on Lincoln with Mr. Greeley's Letters to 
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4 363 

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tol. 

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GROLIER CLUB. Catalogue of a Collection of En- 
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second Street Saturday, April 8th, to Saturday, April 

22d 1899 i2mo, pp 66 365 

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GROLIER CLUB. Transactions of The Grolier Club of 
the City of New York From February Eighteen Hun- 
dred and Ninety-four to July Eighteen Hundred and 
Ninety-Nine Part iii [Device of the Club.] New 
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Second Street 1899 Sm. 4to, pp 229. . ., . 366 
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GRUBE. Abraham Lincoln, der grosse Staatsmann und 
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GRUBE. Abraham Lincoln. Eine biographische Skizze 
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gart, 1878. Druck und Verlag von J. F. Steinkopf. 
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all the Conventions; with Sketches of Distinguished 
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HANES. Bywyd Abraham Lincoln, o Illinois, a Hannibal 
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HOUSE. The House that Jeff Built [Cut, " Banner of 
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Street. [No year] 8vo, pp (2), 16. Illustrated. 430 
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to the "Wigwam Edition," (No. 1052), the above is appar- 
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HOWARD. Das Leben von Abraham Lincoln, nebst Aus- 
ziigen aus seinen Reden. Aus dem Englischen von J. 
Q. Howard, Uebersetzt druch Professor Wilhelm 
Grauert. Columbus: Follett, Foster und Compagnie. 

i860. i2mo, pp (2), 57 431a 

Doubtless the first Lincoln biography printed in any 
foreign language. 

HOWE. The Memory of Lincoln. Poems Selected 
With an Introduction by M. A. DeWolfe Howe Bos- 
ton Small Maynard & Company. 1899. i6mo, pp 
xvii, 65. Portrait 432 

The choicest of the poetical tributes, with discriminating 
comment. 

HOWLETT. The Dealings of God with our Nation. A 
Discourse delivered in Washington, D. C, on the Day 



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of Humiliation and Prayer, June I, 1865, by Rev. 
T. R. Howlett, Pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church. 
Washington, D. C, Gibson Brothers, Printers. 1865. 
8vo, pp 7 . 433 

HUBBARD. Little Journeys to the Homes of American 
Statesmen by Elbert Hubbard Abraham Lincoln De- 
cember, 1898 New York and London: G. P. Put- 
nam's Sons New Rochelle, N. Y. The Knickerbocker 
Press i2mo, pp 395 to 436. Portrait. . . . 434 
Title on cover only. Also in volume " Little Journeys," 
1899. Same publishers. 

HUIDEKOPER. Personal Notes and Reminiscences of 
Lincoln by H. S. Huidekoper Philadelphia Bicking 
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HUMBOLDT. Fin de Siecle Lincoln's Birthday Exer- 
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HUME. An Address in Commemoration of the birth of 
Abraham Lincoln delivered at the 337th dinner of 
the New England Club by Harrison Hume Presi- 
dent of the Club Boston: The Sparrell Print 55 
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HUMOROUS and Pathetic Stories of Abraham Lincoln. 
A Collection of Anecdotes and Stories told by and of 
President Lincoln; Many of them Heretofore Un- 
published. The Lincoln Publishing Company, Fort 
Wayne, Indiana. [No year] i2mo, pp 70. Por- 
trait 438 

Another edition, with some differences in arrangement 
of contents, has same title page except that " Stories " in 



238 Abraham Lincoln 

the first line reads " Tales." In this a larger type is used 
for division headings. A second part is added containing 
advertising matter, and a third has five crude plates. 

HUNT. Address delivered by the Hon. A. B. Hunt on 
the Life and Times of Abraham Lincoln at the First 
Congregational Church of Alameda. [California.] 
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HUTCHINSON. Hutchinson's Republican Songster, for 
the Campaign of i860, edited by John W. Hutchinson, 
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i860. i2mo, pp 72 440 

HYLTON. The Prassidicide : A Poem, by J. Dunbar 
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"The Bride of Gettysburg," &c. &c. Philadelphia. 
1868. i8mo, pp (2), 218. 500 copies. . . . 441 

IDES. The Ides of March; or Abraham Lincoln, Private 
Citizen. Being a sequel to the end of the Irrepressible 
Conflict. By a Merchant of Philadelphia. Philadel- 
phia: King & Baird, Printers, No. 607 Sansom Street. 
1861. 8vo, pp 29 442 

ILLINOIS. Death of Lincoln. Proceedings in the Su- 
preme Court of Illinois. Presentation of the Bar 
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Street. 1865. 8vo, pp 17 443 

ILLUSTRATED Life, Services, Martyrdom, and Funeral 
of Abraham Lincoln. Sixteenth President of the 
United States. With a Portrait of President Lincoln, 
and other Illustrative Engravings of the Scene of the 



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Assassination, etc. With a full history of his Life; 
Assassination; Death and Funeral. His career as a 
Lawyer and Politician; his services in Congress; with 
his Speeches, Proclamations, Acts, and services as Presi- 
dent of the United States, and Commander in Chief of 
the Army and Navy, from the time of his first Inaugu- 
ration as President of the United States, until the night 
of his Assassination. Only new and complete edition, 
with a full history of the assassination, by distinguished 
eye-witnesses of it; Mr. Lincoln's Death-bed scenes, 
and a full account of the Funeral Ceremonies, from 
the time his remains were placed in the East Room of 
the White House, until they were finally consigned to 
their last resting place, in Oak Ridge Cemetery, at 
Springfield, Illinois; with Addresses and Sermons by the 
Hon. Schuyler Colfax; Hon. George Bancroft; Rev. 
Henry Ward Beecher; General Walbridge; Bishop 
Simpson, etc., with a full account of the escape, pursuit, 
apprehension, and death of the assassin, Booth. Phila- 
delphia: T. B. Peterson & Brothers, 306 Chestnut 
Street. [1866.] i2mo, pp (8), 16-299. • • 444 

ILLUSTRATED Life, Services, Martyrdom and Funeral 
of Abraham Lincoln. Sixteenth President of the 
United States. With a full account of the Imposing 
Ceremonies at the National Capitol, on February 12th, 
1866, and the Hon. George Bancroft's Oration, de- 
livered on the occasion before both Houses of Congress, 
by their request, presence of President Andrew Johnson, 
the Cabinet, Gen. Grant, Chief Justice Chase, and the 
Diplomatic corps. With a portrait of Abraham Lin- 
coln, and other illustrations, Engravings of the scene of 
the Assassination, etc. With a full history of his Life; 
Assassination; Death, and Funeral; His Career as a 



240 Abraham Lincoln 

Lawyer and Politician ; his services in Congress ; with 
his Speeches, Proclamations, Acts and services as Presi- 
dent of the United States, and Commander in Chief of 
the Army and Navy, from the time of his first inaugu- 
ration as President of the United States, until the night 
of his Assassination. Only new and complete edition, 
with a full history of the assassination of the President, 
by distinguished witnesses of it. Mr. Lincoln's death- 
bed scenes, and a full account of the Funeral Cere- 
monies, from the time his remains were placed in the 
East Room of the White House, until they were finally 
consigned to their last resting place, in Oak Ridge 
Cemetery, at Springfield, Illinois; with Addresses and 
Sermons by the Hon. George Bancroft, Rev. Henry 
Ward Beecher, General Walbridge, Honorable Schuy- 
ler Colfax, Bishop Simpson, etc.; with a full account 
of the escape, pursuit, apprehension, and death of the 
assassin Booth ; as well as the oration delivered by the 
Hon. George Bancroft, on February 12, 1866, before 
both Houses of Congress, in presence of President 
Johnson, the Cabinet, Gen. Grant, Chief Justice Chase 
and the Foreign Ministers. Philadelphia: T. B. 
Peterson & Brothers; 306 Chestnut Street. [1866.] 

i2mo, pp (8), 16-328 445 

A reprint, with various additions and deductions, of the 
last above. 

INAUGURAL Ceremonies of the Freedmen's Memorial 
Monument to Abraham Lincoln. Washington City, 
April 14, 1876. Saint Louis: Levison & Blythe, 
Printers, Stationers, and Blank Book Manufacturers, 
219 Olive Street. 1876. 8vo, pp 28. Photo, of 

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copies 447 

Sermon by Rev. James Freeman Clarke. 

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G. Ingersoll. Nothing is grander than to break chains 
from the bodies of men — nothing nobler than to de- 
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IRELAN. History of the Life, Administration, and Times 
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pp 250 Portrait 504 

First edition, 1879, has pp. 246. Another issue (no year) 
bears imprint of H. M. Caldwell Company, New York. 



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LESLIE. Frank Leslie's Pictorial Life of Abraham Lin- 
coln. American News Company, agents. New York. 
Price 15 cents. 1865. 8vo, pp 8 505 

LESPERUT. Abraham Lincoln par A. Lesperut Paris 
E. Dentu, Libraire-Editeur 17 et 19, Palais-Royal. 
1865 8vo, pp 16. Photographic portrait. . . 506 

LESSON. The Lesson of the Hour. [Caption title; no 

year] 8vo, pp 9. 50 copies 507 

Reprinted from the " Monthly Religious Magazine," 
Signed " E. J. Y.", Rev. Edward J. Young, Newton, Mass. 

LETTER of a Citizen of Indiana to the Hon. John J. 
Crittenden on the Anti-Slavery policy of President Lin- 
coln and the duty of the National Democracy. 1862 

[No imprint, no place.] 8vo, pp 8 508 

Author, Hon. Joseph K. Egerton. 

LETTER to the President of the United States, by a 

Refugee. New York: C. S. Westcott & Co., Printers, 

No. 79 John Street. 1863. 8vo, pp 32. . . 509 

Author, F. A. P. Barnard, afterward President Columbia 

College. 

LIBERTAS. The Power of the Commander-in-chief to 
declare Martial Law, and decree Emancipation: as 
shown from B. R. Curtis. By Libertas. Boston: A. 
Williams & Co., 100 Washington Street. 1862. 8vo, 

PP 24 510 

Author, C. M. Ellis. 

LIEBER. Loyal Publication Society, New York, [Society's 
seal,] 863 Broadway. No 59. Lincoln oder McClel- 
lan? Aufruf an die Deutchen in Amerika, von Franz 
Lieber. [1864.] 8vo, pp 4 511 

LIEBER. Loyal Publication Society, New York. (Soci- 
ety's seal.) 863 Broadway. No. 67. Lincoln or Mc- 



254 Abraham Lincoln 

Clellan. Appeal to the Germans in America. By 
Francis Lieber Translated from the German by T. C. 
1864. 8vo, pp 8 512 

LIEBER. Loyal Publication Society, New York. [Soci- 
ety's seal.] 863 Broadway. No. 71. Lincoln or Mc- 
Clellan ? Oproep aan die Hollanders in Amerika. Van 
Francis Lieber. [1864.] 8vo, pp 4 513 

LIFE. The Life and Public Services of Hon. Abraham 
Lincoln, of Illinois, and Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, of 
Maine. Boston: Thayer & Eldridge. i860. i2mo, 
pp 128. Portrait 514 

LIFE and Public Services of Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth 
President of the United States; and Commander-in- 
chief of the Army and Navy of the United States. With 
a full history of his Life; his career as a Lawyer and 
Politician; his services in Congress; with a full ac- 
count of his Speeches, Proclamations, Acts, and services 
as President of the United States, and Commander-in- 
chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, up to 
the present time. Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson & 
Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street. [1864.] i2mo, pp 187. 
Portrait on cover 515 

LIFE. The Life, and Martyrdom of Abraham Lincoln, 
sixteenth President of the United States; and Comman- 
der-in-chief of the Army and Navy of the United 
States. With a full history of his Life ; Assassination ; 
Death, and Funeral. His career as a Lawyer and Poli- 
tician ; his services in Congress ; with a full account of 
his Speeches, Proclamations, Acts, and services as Presi- 
dent of the United States, and Commander-in-Chief of 
the Army and Navy, from the time of his first Inaugu- 
ration as President of the United States, until the night 



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of his Assassination. Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson 
& Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street. [1865.] i2mo, 
PP 203 516 

LIFE of Abraham Lincoln, late President of the American 
Republic. Reprinted from the " Morning Star." Man- 
chester: A. Heywood & Son; London: G. Vickers. 

[1865] 8vo, pp 16 517 

Title not verified ; no copy found. 



Lincoln's Writings and Speeches 

Speeches prior to 1861, separately printed, are entered in the 
order of delivery. Following these are the official prints of 
Inaugurals and annual messages in chronological order. The 
remainder are arranged so far as practicable according to the 
years of publication. 

LINCOLN. Speech of Mr. Lincoln, at a political discus- 
sion, in the Hall of the House of Representatives, De- 
cember, 1839 at Springfield, Illinois. [Caption title] 
8vo, pp 10 518 

Deals with the sub-treasury question. 

LINCOLN. An Address delivered before the Springfield 
Washingtonian Society, at the Second Presbyterian 
Church, on the 22d day of February, 1842, by Abraham 
Lincoln, Esq., (And Published by the Direction of the 
Society.) Springfield, Illinois: Re-printed for, and 
Published by, the Springfield Reform Club. 1882. 8vo, 

PP 8 519 

First published in the " Sangamo Journal " of March 26, 
1842. The editorial comment, also reprinted in above, says 
the address, " in our opinion, was excellent." It appears 



256 • Abraham Lincoln 

in full in "The Lincoln Legion. The Story of its tounuer 
and Forerunners," by Rev. Louis Albert Banks, D.D. The 
Mershon Company, New York, 1903. 

LINCOLN. An address delivered by Abraham Lincoln 
before the Springfield Washingtonian Temperance So- 
ciety, [Cut of the Church] at the Second Presbyterian 
Church, Springfield, Illinois, on the 22nd Day of Feb- 
ruary, 1842. Copyright, 1889, By O. H. Oldroyd, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 8vo, pp 14. Illustrated. 520 

LINCOLN. Speech of Mr. Lincoln, of Illinois, on the 
reference of the President's Message, in the House of 
Representatives. Wednesday, January 14, 1848. Wash- 
ington: J. & G. S. Gideon, Printers. 1848. 8vo, pp 

14 52i 

The date here given is erroneous — should be January 
1 2th. 

LINCOLN. Speech of Mr. A. Lincoln, of Illinois, on the 
Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation Bill; delivered in 
the House of Representatives of the United States, June 
20, 1848. Washington: Printed by J. & G. S. Gid- 
eon. 1848. 8vo, pp 14 522 

LINCOLN. Speech of Mr. A. Lincoln on the Presiden- 
tial Question. Delivered in the House of Representa- 
tives, July 21, 1848. Washington: L. Towers, 
Printer. [1848] 8vo, pp 16 5 2 3 

LINCOLN. Abraham Lincoln's Lost Speech May 29, 
1856 A Souvenir of the Eleventh Annual Dinner of 
the Republican Club of the City of New York, at the 
Waldorf, February 12, 1897 New York Printed for 
the Committee 1897 8vo, pp 55. Portrait . 524 
The version of Henry C. Whitney, written many years 
after the event ; accuracy much doubted. Edition 500 
copies, printed from type at the DeVinne Press. 



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LINCOLN. Evening Journal Tracts, No. 7. Repub- 
lican Principles Speech of Hon. Abraham Lincoln, 
of Illinois, at the Republican State Convention, held 
at Springfield, Illinois, June 16, 1858. [Caption title] 
8vo, pp 16 525 

LINCOLN. Speech of Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Delivered 
in Springfield, Saturday evening, July 17, 1858. [No 
imprint] 8vo, pp 8 526 

LINCOLN. Speech of Hon. A. Lincoln, delivered at Cin- 
cinnati, September 9, 1859, and the Reply of a Ken- 
tuckian. Written immediately thereafter, and pub- 
lished in the Daily Enquirer. [No place, no year] 
8vo, pp 36 527 

LINCOLN. The Address of Hon. Abraham Lincoln, in 
vindication of the policy of the framers of the consti- 
tution and the principles of the Republican party, De- 
livered at Cooper Institute, February 27th, i860, issued 
by the Young Men's Republican Union, (659 Broad- 
way, New York,) with Notes by Charles C. Nott & 
Cephas Brainerd, Members of the Board of Control. 
New York: George F. Nesbitt & Co., Printers and 
Stationers, i860. 8vo, pp 32 528 

LINCOLN. Tribune Tracts. — No. 4. National politics. 
Speech of Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, Delivered at 
the Cooper Institute, Monday, Feb. 27, i860, [i860] 
8vo, pp 15 529 

LINCOLN. Press & Tribune Documents for i860. No. 
I. The Testimony of the Framers of the Constitution. 
Great Speech of Hon. Abraham Lincoln at the Cooper 
Institute, New York, Feb. 27th, i860. Price 60 cents 
per 100 or $5.00 per 1000. [Chicago] 8vo, 
PP 8 530 



258 Abraham Lincoln 

LINCOLN. Evening Journal Tracts, No. 5. National 
Politics. Speech of Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois. De- 
livered in Cooper Institute, Monday, February 27, 
i860. [Caption title] 8vo, pp 15 . . . . 531 

LINCOLN. New Yorker-Demokrat. Flugblatt No. 4. 
Die Nationale Politik. Rede von Abraham Lincoln, 
Gehalten un Cooper Institute New York am 27. 
Felmar i860. [No year, no place.] 8vo, pp 10. 
Illustrated 532 

LINCOLN. The Republican party vindicated — The de- 
mands of the South explained. Speech of Hon. Abra- 
ham Lincoln, of Illinois, at the Cooper Institute, New 
York city, February 27, i860. [No year, no place.] 
8vo, pp 8. Issued by the Congressional Campaign 

Committee 533 

Another issue under same auspices and title occupies 
first 9 pp of a 16 page pamphlet. 

LINCOLN. Old South Leaflets. No. 107. Lincoln's 
Cooper Institute Address. Address at Cooper Insti- 
tute, New York, Feb. 27, i860. [No year] i2mo, 

PP 20 534 

Published by the Directors of the Old South Work, Old 
South Meeting-House, Boston. 

LINCOLN. Address of Abraham Lincoln, on taking the 
Oath of office as President of the United States, March 
4, 1 86 1. Washington: Government Printing Office. 
1861. 8vo, pp 12 535 

LINCOLN. 37th Congress, 1st Session. House of Rep- 
resentatives. Ex. Doc. Message of the President 
of the Linked States to the Two Houses of Congress, 
at The Commencement of the First Session of The 
Thirty-Seventh Congress. Washington: Government 



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Printing Office. 1861. 8vo, pp in. . . . 536 
Date July 4, 1861. 

LINCOLN. Message of the President of the United 
States and Reports proper of the Heads of Depart- 
ments, made at the second session of the Thirty-seventh 
Congress. Washington : Government Printing Office. 

1862. 8vo, pp 108 537 

Date Dec. 3, 1861. 

LINCOLN. No 2. N. Y. Christian Commission. Good 
Words from the President. A Proclamation. [Cap- 
tion title] 8vo, pp 4 537a 

LINCOLN. Amnesty Proclamation and Third Annual 
Message of Abraham Lincoln, President of the United 
States read in Congress, Wednesday, December 9, 1863. 

[No imprint,] 8vo, pp 20 538 

Date Dec. 8, 1863. 

LINCOLN. Message of the President of the United 
States, and Accompanying Documents, to the Two 
Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the Second 
Session of the Thirty-Eighth Congress. Washington: 
Government Printing Office. 1 864. 8vo, pp 14. 539 

Date Dec. 6, 1864. 
/■ 
LINCOLN. Les Etats-Unis en 1865 d'apres les Docu- 
ments officiels communiques au Congres Par A. Mal- 
espine Paris E. Dentu, Libraire-Editeur Palais-Royal, 
Galerie d'Orleans, 17-19 1865. 8vo, pp 48 . 539a 

LINCOLN. Inaugural Address. March 4, 1865. [Wash- 
ington, 1865] 8vo, pp 3 540 

LINCOLN. Old South Leaflets. No. 11. Lincoln's In- 
augurals, the Emancipation Proclamation, Etc. [No 
year] i2mo, pp 16 541 



260 Abraham Lincoln 

LINCOLN. Fac-simile of the Autograph Letter of Abra- 
ham Lincoln, President of the U. S., to Gen. Henry 
H. Sibley of Minnesota, Ordering him to execute 39 
of the 303 Indian murderers, found guilty by a mili- 
tary commission, of massacring white people in the out- 
break of 1862, and condemned to be hung. The orig- 
inal is the Property of the Minnesota Historical Soci- 
ety, St. Paul. Heliograph Printing Co., 220 Devon- 
shire St., Boston. [No year] Sm. 4to, pp, (3.) 542 
Letter dated Dec. 6, 1862. Original lost. 

LINCOLN. Lincoln's Gettysburg Speech. Critic Leaflet 
No. 3. New York: The Critic Co. 1898. i2mo, 

PP 4 543 

Facsimile of autographic copy made for the soldier's and 
sailor's fair held in Baltimore in 1864. Shows final and 
authentic form of the address. Reproduced first in " Auto- 
graph Leaves of Our Country's Authors." Cushings & 
Bailey, Baltimore, 1864. See article, " Lincoln's Gettysburg 
Address," by Mr. Nicolay, and letter of Maj. Lambert, both 
in Century Magazine, February, 1894. For a careful study 
of differing versions, see Lambert, No. 497. 

LINCOLN. A Letter from Abraham Lincoln to General 
Joseph Hooker January 26, 1863. Philadelphia 1879 
8vo, pp, (6) 544 

Said to be the first appearance of this letter in print ; 
45 copies privately printed. 

LINCOLN. Evening Journal's Doc's, No. 1. The War 
Policy of the Administration. Letter of the President 
to the Union Mass Convention at Springfield, Illinois. 
Aug. 16, 1863. [No place, no year.] 8vo. pp 8. 545 

LINCOLN. President Lincoln's Views. An important 
letter on the principles involved in the Vallandigham 
case. Correspondence in relation to the Democratic 
Meeting, at Albany, N. Y. Philadelphia: King and 



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Baird, printers, No. 607 Sansom street. 1863. 8vo, 
PP. 16 546 

LINCOLN. The letters of President Lincoln on questions 
of National Policy. I. To General McClellan. II. 
To Horace Greeley. III. To Fernando Wood. IV. 
To the Albany Committee. V. To Governor Sey- 
mour. VI. To the Springfield Meeting. New 
York: H. H. Lloyd & Co., 81 John street. The 
trade supplied by Sinclair Tousey, 121 Nassau street, 
New York. H. Dexter, 113 Nassau street, New York. 
B. B. Russell, 515 Washington street, Boston. R. R. 
Landon, 88 Lake street, Chicago. 1863. i2mo, 
PP 22 547 

LINCOLN. Freedom National. The Emancipation Proc- 
lamation Vindicated. The emancipation proclamation 
by the President of the United States, issued Jan. 1, 
1863, and a letter of the President of the U. S. to the 
Union Convention holden at Springfield [111.], Sept. 
3d, 1863. Officially revised and corrected. Washing- 
ton: Press of the National Republican. 1863. 8vo, 
PP 14 548 

LINCOLN. Tribune War Tracts, No. 5. President on 
Vallandigham and " Arbitrary Arrests." [No year, 
no place.] 8vo, pp 4 549 

LINCOLN. The Opinions of Abraham Lincoln, upon 
Slavery and its issues: indicated by his speeches, let- 
ters, messages, and proclamations. L. Towers, printer 
for the Union Congressional committee. [No year, no 
place.] 8vo, pp 16 550 

LINCOLN. U. L. A. The Opinions of Abraham Lin- 
coln upon Slavery and its Issues: indicated by his 



262 Abraham Lincoln 

speeches, letters, messages, and proclamations. [No 
imprint] 8vo, pp 16 551 

Same matter as last above. 

LINCOLN. ' Opinion on Slavery ' and ' Reconstruction of 
the Union', as expressed by President Lincoln. With 
brief notes by Hon. William Whiting. Printed for 
the Union Congressional Committee by John A. Gray 
& Green [New York, 1864] 8vo, pp 16 . . 552 

LINCOLN. The Martyr's Monument. Being the Patri- 
otism and Political Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln, as 
exhibited in his Speeches, Messages, Orders, and Proc- 
lamations from the Presidential Canvass of i860, until 
his Assassination, April 14, 1865. [Motto.] New 
York: American News Company, 119 and 121 Nas- 
sau Street. [1865] i2mo, pp iv, 297. 1,200 cop- 
ies 553 

Edited by Dr. Francis Leiber. 

LINCOLN. Gems from Abraham Lincoln. Born Febru- 
ary 1 2th, 1809, in Hardin County, Ky. Died April 
15th, 1865, at Washington, D. C. Published by Trent, 
Filmer & Co., 37 Park Row, and Derby & Miller, 5 
Spruce St., New York. 1865. Small 4to, pp, (32). 
Portrait 554 

LINCOLN. In Memoriam. Trent, Filmer & Co., 37 
Park Row, New York. [No year.] Small 4to, pp, 

(12) 555 

Printed on alternate pages. Contains, besides various 
addresses and papers, tbe " favorite poem," with a letter 
containing it, from F. B. Carpenter. 

LINCOLN. Selections from the Works of Abraham Lin- 
coln A Souvenir of the Seventh Annual Dinner of the 
Republican Club of the City of New York, at Del- 



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Aionico's, February II, 1893 New York Compiled 
by the Committee 1893 i8mo, pp 119. Nine por- 
traits of Lincoln 556 

LINCOLN. Three Great Speeches Abraham Lincoln 

Philadelphia Benjamin F. Emery 21 South Fourth 

Street. [No year] i6mo, pp 16 . . . 557 

Speeches at Independence Hall and Gettysburg, and the 

second Inaugural. 

LINCOLN. American History Leaflets Colonial and 
Constitutional. Edited by Albert Bushnell Hart and 
Edward Channing, of Harvard University. No. 18. 
November, 1894. Lincoln's Inaugural and first Mes- 
sage to Congress. New York A. Lovell & Company. 
1894. i2mo f pp 27 558 

LINCOLN. Abraham Lincoln. Complete Works Com- 
prising his Speeches, Letters, State Papers, and Miscel- 
laneous Writings Edited by John G. Nicolay and John 
Hay New York The Century Co. 1894. I n tw0 
Volumes, 8vo. Portrait. Vol I, pp 695. Vol 2, pp 
770 559 

LINCOLN. Words of Lincoln Including Several Hun- 
dred Opinions of his Life and Character by Eminent 
Persons of this and other Lands Compiled by Osborn 
H. Oldroyd author " Lincoln Memorial Album," " A 
Soldier's Story of the Siege of Vicksburg " With an 
Introduction by Melville W. Fuller Chief Justice of 
the United States and Teunis S. Hamlin Pastor 
Church of the Covenant, Washington, D. C. Wash- 
ington, D. C. O. H. Oldroyd [1895-] i2mo, pp 
xvii, 221. Illustrated 560 

LINCOLN. Abraham Lincoln's Speeches. Compiled by 
L. E. Chittenden, Ex-Secretary [sic] of the Treasury, 



264 Abraham Lincoln 

Author of " President Lincoln," " Personal Recollec- 
tions," etc. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company. 
1895. i2mo, pp vi, 371. Portrait .... 561 

LINCOLN. Words of Lincoln. [In the National Tri- 
bune Library, Vol. I, No. 2.] Washington, D. C, 
Nov. 16, 1895. 8vo, pp 16. Portrait . . . 562 

LINCOLN. American History Leaflets Colonial and 
Constitutional. Edited by Albert Bushnell Hart and 
Edward Channing, of Harvard University. No. 26. 
March, 1896. Extracts from Lincoln's State Papers. 
New York A. Lovell & Company 1896. i2mo, pp 
35 563 

LINCOLN. A Compilation of the Messages and Papers 
of the Presidents 1 789-1 897 Published by Authority 
of Congress by James D. Richardson A Representative 
from the State of Tennessee Volume VI Washing- 
ton Government Printing Office 1897. 8vo, pp vi, 

758 564 

Covers period of 1861 to 1869, Lincoln and Johnson. 

LINCOLN. Little Masterpieces Edited by Bliss Perry 
Abraham Lincoln Early Speeches Springfield Speech 
Cooper Union Speech Inaugural Addresses Gettys- 
burg Address Selected Letters Lincoln's Lost Speech 
New York Doubleday & McClure Co. 1898. 
i6mo, pp xiii, 167. Portrait 565 

LINCOLN. To Lincoln Republicans on the Anniversary 
of the Birthday of Abraham Lincoln February 12, 
1900. We can only wisely guide our course for the 
future, by careful study of the landmarks of the past. 

[No imprint, 1900] i6mo, pp 8 566 

Lincoln extracts, circulated at Minneapolis, Minn., by 
" anti-imperialist " partisans. 



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LINCOLN. Lincoln's Words on Living Questions A col- 
lection of all the recorded utterances of Abraham Lin- 
coln bearing upon questions of today. Edited by H. S. 
Taylor and D. M. Fulwiler Paper, 25 cents. Cloth, 
75 cents. The Trusty Publishing Company 418 
Roanoke Bldg., Chicago, 111. [1900] i2mo, pp 
175 567 

LINCOLN. The Life, Stories and Speeches of Abraham 
Lincoln A compilation of Lincoln's most remarkable 
utterances with a sketch of his life By Paul Selby 
Chicago New York George M. Hill Company 
1900 i2mo, pp 469. Illustrated .... 568 

LINCOLN. Abraham Lincoln His Book A facsimile 
reproduction of the original with an explanatory note 
by J. McCan Davis New York: McClure, Phillips 
& Co. 1 90 1. i6mo, pp in facsimile, 42; note, 

4-i i-3 569 

The original, (now in the collection of Maj. Wm. H. 
Lambert), consists of newspaper clippings, manuscript 
notes, and a letter, pasted and written in a small blank 
book for the use of a friend in the campaign of 1858. 

LINCOLN Passages from his Speeches and Letters with 
an Introduction by Richard Watson Gilder The Cen- 
tury Co. New York. 1901 24mo, pp xlvii, 204. 
Portrait 570 

LINCOLN. Unpublished Letters of Abraham Lincoln 
by Major William H. Lambert Reprinted from the 
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Jan- 
uary, 1903. Philadelphia 1903. 8vo, pp 3 . 571 

LINCOLN. Letters and Addresses of Abraham Lincoln 
New York Howard Wilford Bell 259 Fifth Avenue 
1903 i2mo, pp 399 572 

No. 2 in " Unit " series. 



266 Abraham Lincoln 

LINCOLN. The Autobiography of Abraham Lincoln 
New York Francis D. Tandy Company [1905] 

l8mo, pp 67. Portrait 573 

Besides the three autobiographical notes, contains the 
" House divided " speech. 

LINCOLN. The Writings of Abraham Lincoln Edited 
by Arthur Brooks Lapsley With an Introduction by 
Theodore Roosevelt Together with The Essay on 
Lincoln, by Carl Schurz The Address on Lincoln, 
by Joseph H. Choate and the Life of Lincoln, by Noah 
Brooks [In 8 vols.] G. P. Putnam's Sons New York 
and London The Knickerbocker Press 1905. 574 
" Federal edition " of 1000 signed and numbered sets. 
It is to be regretted that this work perpetuates the alleged 
letter referred to in note to No. 535. The same appears 
in No. 1004. It is undoubtedly spurious. 

LINCOLN. Complete Works of Abraham Lincoln Ed- 
ited by John G. Nicolay and John Hay With a Gen- 
eral Introduction by Richard Watson Gilder, and Spe- 
cial Articles by Other Eminent Persons New and 
Enlarged Edition [In 12 vol's, 1905] New York 

Francis D. Tandy Company 575 

"Gettysburg Edition" of 1,000 numbered sets. In Press. 
A prospectus of above with fuller title-page, 1005, has pp 
(5). 22, 2. 

LINCOLN. Speeches of Abraham Lincoln Including In- 
augurals and Proclamations Selected and edited, with 
an introduction and prefatory notes, by G. Mercer 
Adam New York A. L. Burt Company [1906] 

i2mo, pp xxiv, 417. Portrait 575^ 

In " Burt's Library of World's Best Books." 



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Anonymous Titles Relating to Lincoln 

A few anonymous prints fell under this heading for the reason 
that Lincoln is the " first word of the title not an article." For 
the same reason others of like character are grouped under 
"Abraham," and the remainder under the appropriate "first 
word." But this refers to anonymous publications only; the 
author's surname is the index-word when such name is dis- 
closed. 

LINCOLN. The Lincoln and Hamlin Songster, or, the 
Continental Melodist, comprising a choice collection of 
Original and Selected songs, in honor of the People's 
Candidates, Lincoln and Hamlin, and illustrative of 
the enthusiasm everywhere entertained for " Honest 
Old Abe," of Illinois, and the noble Hamlin of Maine. 
[Cut of Lincoln.] Fisher & Brother, No. 10 South 
Sixth St., Philadelphia; 64 Baltimore St., Baltimore; 
W. J. Bunce, 68 Bowery, New York, [i860] i6mo, 
pp 72 57 6 

LINCOLN. The Lincoln and Johnson Union Campaign 
Songster [Portraits.] Philadelphia: A. Winch, 505 
Chestnut Street [1864] i6mo, pp 54 . . . 577 

LINCOLN. The Lincoln [Cut of Negro,] Catechism 
wherein the Eccentricities & Beauties of Despotism are 
fully set forth. A Guide to the Presidential Election 
of 1864. J. F. Feeks, Publisher, No. 26 Ann Street, 
N. Y. i2mo, pp 46 578 

LINCOLN. Der Lincoln Katechismus worin die Schon- 
heiten und Excentritaten des Despotismus vollstandig 
dargestellt sind. Ein Wegweiser zur Prasidentenwahl 
von 1864. Von der englischen Ausgabe in's Deutsche 



268 Abraham Lincoln 

iibersetzt. New York: J. F. Feeks, Publisher, No. 
26 Ann St. i2mo, pp 46 579 

LINCOLN. The Lincoln Memorial Collection Relics of 
the War of the Rebellion. Autographs of Soldiers and 
Sailors and Government Officials. Collected by Julius 
E. Francis. Property of the Lincoln Birthday Associ- 
ation, in the rooms of the Buffalo Historical Society, 
Young Men's Library Building, Buffalo, N. Y. [Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Art-Printing works of Matthews, North- 
rup & Co. Office of the " Buffalo Morning Express." 
1887] Sm. 4to, pp 55 580 

LINCOLN at Gettysburg. Published in connection with 
the Exhibition of the historical painting of Lincoln at 
Gettysburg, by Albion H. Bicknell, Containing Twenty- 
one life-size Portraits: [Names of subjects] Doll & 
Richards, No. 2 Park Street, Boston. [1879] i6mo, 

pp 48. Key 581 

Short sketches of the persons appearing in the picture. 

LINCOLN Memorial Association. Valuable collection of 
autographs and historical papers collected by J. T. 
Mitchell, also the entire Lincoln Memorial Collection 
of Chicago, 111. At one time the personal property of 
Abraham Lincoln. To be sold Wednesday and Thurs- 
day, Dec. 5th and 6th, 1894. The Bicking Print, S. E. 
Cor. Tenth and Market Streets, Philadelphia. [1894] 
Large 8vo, pp (8), in. Plates. Facsimiles . 582 
Catalogue of Thos. Birch's Sons, No. 731; pp 99 to no 
relate to Lincoln. This title is not literally transcribed. 

LINCOLN. The Lincoln Life Mask, Hands, Bust and 
Statuette, Published by C. Hennecke Co. 162-164 W. 
Water St. Milwaukee. 207 Wabash Ave. Chicago, 
111. [1891] 5x7, oblong, pp 16. Illustrated. 583 
Advertisement of casts made from the originals by Doug- 
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Lincoln and Douglas Debates 

All separate editions of the Debates are assembled under this 
heading. They are reprinted entire in the several editions of 
Lincoln's Complete Works. 

LINCOLN and DOUGLAS. (From the Chicago Daily 
Times, October 17, 1858.) The Campaign in Illinois. 
Last Joint Debate. Douglas and Lincoln at Alton, 
Illinois. Washington: Printed by Lemuel Towers. 
1858. 8vo, pp 32 584 

LINCOLN and DOUGLAS. Old South Leaflets. No. 
85. The First Lincoln and Douglas Debate. At Ot- 
tawa, 111., Aug. 21, 1858. [No year] i2mo, pp 
32 585 

Published by The Directors of the Old South Work, 
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LINCOLN and DOUGLAS. Political Debates between 
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In the Celebrated Campaign of 1858, in Illinois; In- 
cluding the preceding speeches of each, at Chicago, 
Springfield, etc. ; also, the two great speeches of Mr. 
Lincoln in Ohio, in 1859, as carefully prepared by the 
reporters of each party, and published at the time of 
their delivery. Columbus: Follett, Foster and Com- 
pany. i860. 8vo, pp iv, 268 586 

Several issues, with slight variations in the preHmina 1 "'.' 
matter. 

LINCOLN and DOUGLAS. Political Debates between 
Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas In the Cele- 
brated Campaign of 1858 in Illinois, including the pre- 
ceding Speeches of each at Chicago, Springfield, etc. 
Also, the two great Speeches of Abraham Lincoln ii 



270 Abraham Lincoln 

Ohio in 1859. The Burrows Brothers Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 1894. 8vo, pp 316 . . . 587 

Reprint, at the University Press, Cambridge, of which 
750 numbered copies were issued. 

LINCOLN and DOUGLAS. Political Debates between 
Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas In the Cele- 
brated Campaign of 1858 in Illinois; including the pre- 
ceding speeches of each at Chicago, Springfield, etc. 
Also, the two great speeches of Abraham Lincoln in 
Ohio in 1859, and a Complete Index to the whole. 
Cleveland, Ohio: O. S. Hubbell & Company, 1895. 
8vo, pp 415 588 

LINCOLN and DOUGLAS. Political Speeches and De- 
bates of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas 
1 854-1 86 1 [Quotation] Edited by Alonzo T. Jones 
International Tract Society Battle Creek, Mich. 268 
Crawford Street, Toronto, Ont. 59 Paternoster Row, 
London, Eng. 1895. pp viii, 555. Portrait and 

plates 589 

Includes Cooper Institute speech, Gettysburg address, and 
first inaugural. Has full index, running heads, and black- 
letter catch words. 

LINCOLN and DOUGLAS. Political Speeches and De- 
bates of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas 
1 854-1 86 1 Chicago Scott, Foresman and Company 
1900 8vo, pp viii, 555. Portrait and plates . 590 
Except title-page, printed from same plates as last above. 

LINCOLN and DOUGLAS. Maynard's English Classic 
Series. — No. 216 Speeches of Lincoln and Douglas in 
the campaign of 1858 With introduction and notes by 
Edgar Coit Morris, A. M. Professor of English in the 
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i2mo, pp 63 591 

LINCOLN and DOUGLAS. The Lincoln and Douglas 
Debates in the Senatorial Campaign of 1858 in Illinois, 
between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Arnold Doug- 
las; containing also Lincoln's Address at Cooper Insti- 
tute with introduction and notes by Archibald Lewis 
Bouton, M. A. Assistant Professor of English in New 
York University New York Henry Holt and Com- 
pany 1905 i2mo, pp xlvi, 297 592 

LINCOLNIANA. In Memoriam. Boston: William V. 
Spencer. 1865. 4to, pp vi, (1), 346. 250 cop- 
ies 593 

Compiled by the publisher. Contains many sermons, 
eulogies, letters, etc., and a list of some 300 publications on 
Mr. Lincoln's death. 

LINCOLN'S Anecdotes; [Cut.] A complete Collection of 
the Anecdotes, Stories and Pithy Sayings of the late 
Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. 
Office of Publication, 105 Fulton Street, New York. 
The American News Co., 121 Nassau St., N. Y., Gen- 
eral Agents. [No year.] i2mo, pp 63 . . 594 

LINCOLN, (Solomon.) Notes on the Lincoln Families 
of Massachusetts, with some account of the Family of 
Abraham Lincoln, late President of the U. States. By 
Solomon Lincoln, of Hingham. [Reprinted from the 
Historical and Genealogical Register for October, 
1865.] Boston: David Clapp & Son, Printers, 334 
Washington St. 1865. 8vo, pp 10. 50 copies. 595 

LIQUOR and Lincoln. By a Physician. " Better had we 
bowed the neck to Lincoln's yoke than made ourselves 



27,2 Abraham Lincoln 

the willing slaves of grovelling passions and depraved 
appetites." [No place, no year.] i6mo, pp 4. 596 
A Confederate Temperance tract. 

LIVES and Speeches of Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal 
Hamlin. Columbus, O. : Follett, Foster & Co. 
Boston: Brown & Taggart. i860. i2mo, pp 406. 
Portraits and plate 597 

The Lincoln biography is by William D. Howells; that 
of Mr. Hamlin, by John L. Hayes. A New York imprint, 
also, same year. 

LIVES. The lives of the present Candidates for President 
and Vice President of the United States, Containing a 
condensed and impartial history of the lives, public acts, 
and political views of the present candidates, with the 
platforms of the parties they represent, their portraits 
from life, their letters of acceptance, etc. Cincinnati, — 
H. M. Rulison, Queen City Publishing House, 141 
Main Street. Philadelphia, — D. Rulison, Quaker City 
Publishing House, 33 South Third Street. St. Louis, — 

C. Drew & Co, No. 125 Locust Street. Geneva, N. Y., 
— J. Whittier, Jr., Davis Block, Water Street. [ 1 860] 
i2mo, pp 139 598 

LORING. The Present Crisis. A Speech delivered by 
Dr. Geo. B. Loring, at Lyceum Hall, Salem, Wednes- 
day Evening, April 26, 1865, on the Assassination of 
President Lincoln. Dr. Loring's letter to the Salem 
Gazette on Reconstruction. Published by Request. 
South Danvers: Printed at the Wizard Office, Charles 

D. Howard. 1865. 8vo, pp 12. 2,000 copies. 599 

LOVE. Smitten, but not as our Enemies. " Special Hu- 
miliation and prayer, in consequence of the Assassi- 
nation of President Lincoln." A Sermon: by William 
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[LOVETT.] Abraham Lincoln. [Portrait] London: 
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year] Sm. 4to, pp 16 601 

Signed Richard Lovett, M. A. " New Biographical 
Series. — No. 73." 

LOWE. Death of President Lincoln: A Sermon deliv- 
ered in the Unitarian Church in Archdale Street, 
Charlestown, S. C, Sunday, April 23, 1865. By Rev. 
Charles Lowe, of Massachusetts. Published by Re- 
quest of the Congregation. Boston: American Uni- 
tarian Association. 1865. i2mo, pp 24. 1,500 
copies 602 

LOWELL. No. 16. The President's Policy by James 
Russell Lowell. From the North American Review, 
January, 1864. [No imprint, place, nor year.] 8vo, 
pp 22 603 

LOWELL [In] The Riverside Literature Series [No. 
32] The Gettysburg Speech and Other Papers by 
Abraham Lincoln and An Essay on Lincoln By James 
Russell Lowell With Introduction and Notes Hough- 
ton, Mifflin and Company Boston: 4 Park Street 
[187 1 and 1888.] i6mo, pp 80. Portrait . . 604 
The essay is from North Am. Review for Jan., 1864 ; 
also, in " My Study Windows," Lowell's Works. 

LOWELL. Ode recited at the Commemoration of the 
Living and Dead Soldiers of Harvard University, July 
21, 1865. By James Russell Lowell. [Shield with 



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motto] Cambridge: Privately Printed. 1865. 8vo, 
pp 25. 50 copies 605 

First separate issue of the Ode containing Lowell's splen- 
did tribute to Lincoln. 

LOWREY. The Commander in Chief; A defence upon 
legal grounds of the Proclamation of Emancipation ; and 
an answer to ex-judge Curtis's Pamphlet, entitled " Ex- 
ecutive Power." By Grosvenor P. Lowrey, a member 
of the New York Bar. New York: G. P. Putnam. 

1862. i2mo, pp 31 606 

Second edition, 1863, with additional notes, same pub- 
lishers, pp 34. 

LOWRIE. The Lessons of our National Sorrow. A Dis- 
course delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, of 
Fort Wayne, Indiana, on the Sabbath Morning, April 
16th, 1865, succeeding the death of Abraham Lincoln. 
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LOYAL Publication Society, 863 Broadway. No. 32. 
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LUDLOW, (John Malcolm.) President Lincoln Self- 
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Aid Society. London: Alfred W. Bennett, 5 Bishop- 
gate Without: 1866. i6mo, pp 239. Portrait. 610 
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"Good Words," for August and December, 1865. 

McCABE. A Sermon preached in the First Presbyterian 
Church, Peru, Ind., April 19, 1865. By the Pastor, 
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copies 611 

McCARTHY. Lincoln's Plan of Reconstruction By 
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McCARTY. Lessons from the Life and Death of a good 
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25 West Fourth Street. 1865. 8vo, pp 18. 500 
copies 613 

McCAULEY. Character and Services of Abraham Lin- 
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McCLINTOCK. Discourse delivered on the Day of the 
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Clintock, D. D., LLD. Reported by J. T. Butts. 
New York: Press of J. M. Bradstreet & Son. 1865. 

8vo, pp 35. 2,500 copies 616 

Contains Second Inaugural and the Gettysburg Speech. 

McCLURE, (A. K.) Abraham Lincoln and Men of War- 
times. Some Personal Recollections of War and Poli- 
tics during the Lincoln Administration with introduc- 
tion by Dr. A. C. Lambdin By A. K. McClure, LLD. 
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and Chestnut 1892 8vo, pp 462. Portraits . 617 

McCLURE, (A. K.) " Abe " Lincoln's Yarns and Stories 
A complete collection of the funny and witty anecdotes 
that made Lincoln famous as America's Greatest Story 
Teller With introduction and anecdotes by Colonel 
Alexander K. McClure of the Philadelphia Times a 
personal friend and advisor of the Story Telling Presi- 
dent The Story of Lincoln's life told by himself in his 
stories Wit and Humor of the War, the Courts, the 
Backwoods and the White House Illustrated with one 
hundred original outline drawings by special artists of 
scenes and characters in Lincoln's stories, and fifty pho- 
tograph portraits of the famous men of Lincoln's time 
and their biographies Copyright by Henry Neil, 1901 
Western W. Wilson 14 Thomas Street, New York 
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McCLURE, (J. B.) Anecdotes of Abraham Lincoln and 
Lincoln's Stories. Including Early life stories, Profes- 
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McCLURE, (J. B.) Anecdoten von Abraham Lincoln, 
und Lincoln's Erzahlnagen. Enthaltend Geschichten 
aus seiner Yugend, Geschicten aus seinem Perusleben, 
Episoden aus dem Weizen Haus. Kriegsgeschichten, 
Permischte Geschichten. Redigirt von J. B. McClure, 
Persasser von " Moody's Anecdoten," " Unterhaltende 
Anecdoten," " Edison und Seine Ersindungen," u. s. v. 
(Englische Nusgaben.) Nach dem Englischen bear- 
beitet von Andreas Simon. Chicago. Verlag von 
Rhodes & McClure. 1880. 8vo, pp 198. Portrait 
and plates 620 

McCLURE, (J. B.) Abraham Lincoln's Stories and 
Speeches, Including "Early Life Stories;" "Profes- 
sional Life Stories; " " White House Incidents; " " War 
Reminiscences," Etc., Etc. Also His Speeches, Chron- 
ologically Arranged, from Pappsville, 111., 1832, to 
His last Speech in Washington, April 11, 1865. In 
eluding His Inaugurals, Emancipation Proclamation, 
Gettysburg Address, Etc., Etc., Etc. Fully illustrated. 
Edited by J. B. McClure, A. M. Editor of " Mis- 
takes of Ingersoll; " " Life of Gen. Garfield; " " Edison 
and his Inventions ; " " Moody's Anecdotes ; " " Sketches 
of Gen. Grant;" "Evils of the Cities;" "Poetic 
Pearls ; " Etc. Chicago. Rhodes & McClure, Publish- 
ing Company. 1896. i2mo, pp 477 . . . 621 
Enlarged issue of No. 619. Editions of both published 
in different years, with varying titles. In some of the 
latter the pages number 478, but the matter is in substance 
the same. A cheaply-made compilation with crude illus- 
trations. 



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McCOOK. Some Characteristics of Abraham Lincoln 
[Portrait and facsimile signature] An Address Made 
in the Assembly Room of the Union League of Phila- 
delphia before the Pennsylvania Commandery of the 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States by the Chaplain the Rev. Henry C. McCoolc, 
D. D., Sc. D. on the Anniversary of President Lincoln's 
Birth February 12th, A. D. 190 1. 8vo, pp 16. Por- 
trait of author 622 

Published by Isaiah Price, Philadelphia, March, 1001, by 
request of Companions of the Order. 

MACDONALD. President Lincoln; his Figure in His- 
tory: A Discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian 
Church, Princeton, New Jersey June 1st, 1865. By 
James M. Macdonald, D. D. New York: Charles 
Scribner & Co., 124 Grand Street. 1865. 8vo, pp 23. 
250 copies 623 

MAC EL'REY. The Substance of Two Discourses, occa- 
sioned by the National Bereavement, the Assassination 
of the President. The Position, the Lesson, and the 
Duty of the Nation. Delivered in the St. James Epis- 
copal Church, Wooster, Ohio, Easter Day, 1865, by 
the Rector, Rev. J. H. Mac El'Rey, M. D. [Motto.] 
Republican Steam Power Press, Wooster, Ohio. 1865. 
l2mo, pp 24. 400 copies 624 

McGIBBON. Our Nation's Sorrow. A Sermon preached 
in Berlin, Illinois, April 19, 1865, on the assassination 
of A. Lincoln, before the Baptist, Methodist, Christian 
and Presbyterian Congregations. By A. W. McGibbon, 
Licentiate of the U. P. Church. [No year, no place.] 
8vo, pp 12 625 

MACKENNA. A Short Biography of Abraham Lincoln, 
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with the purpose of exhibiting the feelings of the 
Chilean nation towards the United States in the hour 
of her most critical trials, by B. Vicuna Mackenna. 
New York: Printed by S. Hallett, No. 60 Fulton 
street. 1866. 8vo, pp 25 626 

McKINLEY. Abraham Lincoln. An Address by Will- 
iam McKinley of Ohio. Before the Marquette Club, 
Chicago, Feb. 12, 1896. [No imprint, place, nor 
year.] 8vo, pp 27 '. 627 

McLEAN CO. HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transac- 
tions of the McLean County Historical Society Bloom- 
ington, Illinois. Meeting of May 29, 1900 Com- 
memorative of the Convention of May 29, 1856 that 
Organized the Republican Party in the State of Illinois 
Edited by Ezra M. Prince Secretary of the Historical 
Society. Vol. III. Pantagraph Printing and Station- 
ery Co., Bloomington, Illinois. 1900. 8vo, pp 184. 

Portrait and plates 628 

A valuable contribution to history of the " lost speech " 
convention and of Lincoln's part in formation of repub- 
lican party. 

MALTBY. The Life and Public Services of Abraham 
Lincoln, by Charles Maltby, late Superintendent of 
Indian affairs for California. 1884. Copyright se- 
cured. Stockton, California: Daily Independent 
Steam Power Print 1884 8vo, pp 326. . . . 629 

MANOEL. As Equias de Abrahao Lincoln Presidente des 
Estados-Unidos da America Com Um Esboco Bio- 
graphico de Mesmo Offerecido Ao Povo Brasileiro 
Por Seu Patricio Jose Manoel de Conceiaco Rio Ja- 
neiro Publicada e a Venda Em Casa de Eduarde & 
Henrique Laemert 77, Rua da Quitanda, 77 [No year] 
l6mo, pp 40 630 



280 Abraham Lincoln 

MANSHIP. National Jewels: Washington, Lincoln, and 
the Fathers of the Revolution. By Rev. Andrew Man- 
ship, of the Philadelphia Conference. Philadelphia: 
Compiled and Published by Rev. A. Manship, and for 
sale at the Depository of the Tract Society, 119 North 
Sixth St., at Perkinpine & Higgins', 56 N. Fourth St.; at 
Carlton & Porter's, 200 Mulberry St., N. York; James 
Magie, Boston, Mass.; Poe & Hitchcock, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, and other Bookstores. 1865. 8vo, pp 123. Por- 
trait of Washington 631 

Properly a Lincoln item, containing, besides several of his 
speeches and papers, the funeral sermons of Dr. Gurley 
and Bishop Simpson. 

MAPLE Leaves from Canada, for the Grave of Abraham 
Lincoln : being a discourse delivered by Rev. Robert 
Norton, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, and 
address by Rev. Robert F. Burns, Pastor of the Canada 
Presbyterian Church, at St. Catherines, Canada West, 
April 23rd, 1865, Together with Proceedings of Public 
Meetings, &c. St. Catherines: Printed at E. S. Leav- 
enworth's Book & Job Office. 1865. 8vo, pp 39. 300 
copies 632 

MARAIS. Aug. Marais Abraham Lincoln Histoire 
d'un Homme du Peuple illustri par A. Mantader 
[device] Charavay, Mantoux, Martin Libraire d' Edu- 
cation de la jeunesse 14, Rue de l'abbaye, 14 Paris 
[No year] 8vo, pp 128. Portrait and engravings. 632a 

MARAIS. Abraham Lincoln Histoire D'un Homme du 
Peuple par Aug. Marais Professeur au College et a 
l'Ecole de Sainte-Barbe, Sons-Prefet de la Defense a 
Autun. Paris Libraire Centrale des Publications Pop- 
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Peures, 45 1880 Tous droits reserves. i6mo, pp 
155 633 

MARBLE. No. 22. Papers from the Society for the Dif- 
fusion of Political Knowledge. S. F. B. Morse, Pres. 
C. Mason, Cor. Sec, 13 Park Row. Freedom of the 
Press wantonly violated, Letter of Mr. Marble to 
President Lincoln, Reappearance of the Journal of 
Commerce, Opinions of the press on this outrage. 
[1864] 8vo, pp 8 634 

MARBLE. Letter to Abraham Lincoln. By Manton 
Marble, Editor of " The World." " Nulla potentia 
supra leges esse debit." — Cicero. New York. Privately 
Printed. 1867. 8vo, pp. 25. 99 copies. . . . 635 
Dated May 23, 1864, Reprint of next above by friends 
of author. Occasioned by the suppression of the World 
newspaper for having printed a bogus proclamation. 

MARKHAM. Lincoln & Other Poems By Edward 
Markham Author of " The Man With the Hoe and 
Other Poems " New York McClure, Phillips & Com- 
pany 1901 i2mo, pp xii, 125. Portrait. . . 636 

[MARSH] Story of Abraham Lincoln The Wyatt Com- 
pany Buffalo, N. Y. Chicago, 111. [1899] 8vo, pp. 
16 637 

No. 2 in " Biographical series." Author, L. Gardner 
Marsh. 

MARSHALL. The Nation's Grief: death of Abraham 
Lincoln. A Discourse delivered in the Chapel of the 
Officer's Division of the United States General Hos- 
pital, near Fort Monroe, Va., Sunday, April 29th, 
1865, and repeated by special request in St. Paul's 
Church, Norfolk, Va., By James Marshall, Chaplain 
U. S. Army. Published by Battery "F." 3D Pa. H. 



282 Abraham Lincoln 

Artillery. Syracuse, N. Y. : The Daily Journal Steam 
Book and Job Printing Office. 1865. 8vo, pp 40. 638 

MARSHALL'S Engraving of Abraham Lincoln. [Caption 
title] i6mo, pp (12) 639 

MARTYR. The Martyr President. New York: Carle- 
ton, Publisher. 1865. i2mo, pp 43. 500 copies. 640 
Signed R. H. Newell, (Orpheus C. Kerr). Verse. 

MASON. To the Hon. Abraham Lincoln, President elect 
of the United States. By J. Mason, author of " An 
Inquiry into the Laws which Regulate the Circulation 
of Wealth," " An Examination of the Usury Laws," 
&c. Ross & Tousey, 121 Nassau St., N. Y. [1861] 
8vo, pp 12 641 

MATHER. True Greatness. A Discourse delivered at 
Zanesville, Ohio, April 19th, 1865, on occasion of the 
Death of Abraham Lincoln. By Rev. D. D. Mather 
of the Ohio Conference. Zanesville, Ohio: Printed 
by John T. Thryson, Courier Office. 1865. 8vo, pp 
17 642 

MATSUMURA. Lincoln. By Rev. K. Matsumura. 
[No place, no year] i2mo, pp x, 183. Portrait. 643 
In Japanese. A biography for youth. Title taken from 
7th edition. 

MAWSON. Winnowings for Lincoln's Birthday by 
Agnes Mawson Part I. Selections for Grammar and 
High Schools Part II. For Little Folk Anecdotes 
New York Copyright, 1903, by William Beverley 
Harrison 65 East 59th Street i6mo, pp 88 (1). 644 

MAYNARD. Was Abraham Lincoln a Spiritualist? or, 
Curious Revelations from the Life of a Trance Medium. 
By Mrs. Nettie Colburn Maynard, of White Plains, 



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N. Y. Together with Portraits, Letters and Poems. 
Illustrated with Engravings, and frontispiece of Lin- 
coln, from Carpenter's portrait from life. [Motto.] 
Philadelphia: Rufus C. Hartranft, Publisher. 1891. 
i2mo, pp xxiv, 264 645 

MAYO. The Nation's Sacrifice. Abraham Lincoln. 
Two Discourses, delivered on Sunday Morning, April 
16, and Wednesday Morning, April 19, 1865, in the 
Church of the Redeemer, Cincinnati, Ohio. By A. D. 
Mayo, Pastor. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., 55 
West Fourth St. 1865. 8vo, pp 28. 1,000 copies. 646 

MEMORIAL. The Memorial Association of the District 
of Columbia. Words from many sources commenda- 
tory of its work; and especially of the plan to purchase 
the house in which President Lincoln died. [No im- 
print, no year] i2mo, pp 63 647 

MEMORIAL. A memorial in regard to the Lincoln Mon- 
ument to be erected at Springfield, 111. Trenton, N. J. : 
Printed at the office of the State Gazette. 1867. 8vo, 
PP 15 648 

MENARD. Salem Lincoln Souvenir Album Edited and 
Published by The Illinois Woman's Columbian Club 
of Menard County. Petersburgh, Illinois 1893 Size, 

ioy 2 x 13^, pp 83 649 

Contains portraits, a sketch of Lincoln, and views of 
New Salem and vicinity. 

MILLER. Life and Character of Abraham Lincoln. A 
Memorial Oration by S.[amuel] F. Miller, delivered 
at Franklin, N. Y., June 1st, 1865. Delhi: Sturte- 
vant & Mcintosh, Printers, Republican Office. 1865. 
8vo, pp 16. 1,000 copies 650 



284 Abraham Lincoln 

MILLS. Compliments of Lincoln League Banquet Com- 
mittee, February 12, 1890. Abraham Lincoln. By 
Luther Laflin Mills. [No imprint] 8vo, pp 16. 651 

MILROY. Letter to the President of the United States, 
explanatory of the Evidence before the Court of In- 
quiry relative to the Evacuation of Winchester, Va., 
by command of Maj. Gen'l R. H. Milroy. [No place, 

no year] 8vo, pp 14 652 

Signed by the General ; date, Washington, D. C, April 
10, 1863. 

MINOR. The Real Lincoln, by Charles L. C. Minor, 
iwith article by Lyon G. Tyler. Edited by Kate 
Mason Rowland, Author of " Life of George Mason," 
" Life of Charles Carroll of Carrollton," etc. Rich- 
mond, Va. : Everett Waddey Company. 1901. i2mo, 

PP 66 653 

A curious effort to depreciate Lincoln by citing Northern 
criticisms of the war period. 

MINOR. The Real Abraham Lincoln From the testi- 
mony of his contemporaries By Charles L. C. Minor, 
M. A., LL. D. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged 
Richmond, Va. : Everett Waddey Co. 1904 i2mo, 
pp 230. Portrait of author 654 

MISSOURI. Address of the Committee from the State of 
Missouri to President Lincoln. [Washington, Sept. 
30, 1863. No imprint.] 8vo, pp 12 655 

MISSOURI. Letter from the Executive Committee of the 
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[MITCHELL, (James.)] Letter on the relation of the 
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Government Printing Office. 1862. 8vo, pp 28. 657 
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Emigration Commissioner," who introduced a committee of 
colored men to the President, August 14, 1862. See " Com- 
plete Works." A strong plea for colonization, probably- 
drawn up at Lincoln's request 

MITCHELL, (S. S.) Presbyterian Church of Harris- 
burg, April 19, 1865. In Memoriam. An Address by 
the Pastor, Rev. S. S. Mitchell. Harrisburg: Singerly 
& Myers, Printers. 1865. 8vo, pp 15. . . . 658 

MOORE, (Charles Halsey.) Abraham Lincoln. Lecture 
by Charles Halsey Moore, of Plattsburgh, N. Y. [No 
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MOORE, (Henry D.) Moral Grandeur of the Proclama- 
tion of Emancipation. A Sermon delivered on the day 
of National Thanksgiving, Dec. 7, 1865, in the Ply- 
mouth Congregational Church, Pittsburgh, Penn. : By 
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W. S. Haven. 1866. 8vo, pp 20 660 

MORAIS. An Address on the Death of Abraham Lincoln, 
President of the United States, delivered before the 
Congregation Mikve Israel of Philadelphia, at their 
Synagogue in Seventh Street, by the Rev. S. Morais, 
Minister of the Congregation, on Wednesday, April 19, 
1865. Philadelphia: Collins, Printer, 705 Jayne 
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MORAIS. A Discourse delivered before the Congregation 
Mikve Israel of Philadelphia, at their Synagogue in 
Seventh Street, on Thursday, June I, 1865, the day 
appointed for Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer, for the 
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United States, Abraham Lincoln. By the Rev. S. 
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Collins, Printer, 705 Jayne Street, 5625 — 1865. 8vo, 
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MOREHOUSE. Evil its own Destroyer. A Discourse 
delivered before the United Societies of the Congrega- 
tional and Baptist Churches at the Congregational 
Church, in the city of East Saginaw, April 19th, 1865, 
on the occasion of the Death of President Abraham 
Lincoln. By H. L. Morehouse, Pastor of the First 
Baptist Church, East Saginaw, Mich. Published by 
Request. 1865. Enterprise Print, East Saginaw, Mich. 
i2mo, pp 16. 1,000 copies 663 

MORGAN. In Memoriam. (1). Joy Darkened, ber- 
mon preached in St. Thomas' Church, New York, Eas- 
ter Sunday Morning, April 16th, 1865, by the Rector. 
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Services in St. Thomas' Church, New York, Wednes- 
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MORRIS. Memorial Record of the Nation's Tribute to 
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MORSE. American Statesmen Abraham Lincoln By 
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NEW YORKER-Demokrat. Flugblatt No. 9 Das Leben 
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Sproglaere," o. s. v. Tre Dele. Chicago. Skandina- 

vens Boghandel. 1889. i6mo 746 

The title pages of the several volumes are as follows, 
with same imprint : 

1. Abraham Lincolns Barndom og Ungdom samt For- 
beredelse til sin Livsgjerning. Forste Del af "Abraham 
Lincoln og hans samtid." pp 245. 

2. Abraham Lincoln og Negerslaveriet. En Oversigt 
over Negerslaveriets Historie fra dets Indforelse i 1620 
til dets Afskaffelse i 1863. Anden Del af " Abraham Lin- 
coln og hans samtid." pp 253. Portraits. 

3. Abraham Lincoln som President. En Skildring af 
Abraham Lincolns Karakter, Virksomhed som Praesident 
og Dod, samt en kritisk Fremstilling af Borgerkrigens 
vigtigste Begivenheder og af Regjeringens Finanspolitik 
under hans Administration. Tredje Del af "Abraham 
Lincoln og hans Samtid." pp 208. Frontispiece. 

PHILADELPHIA. Resolutions, relative to the death of 
the President of the United States, on the 15th and 20th 
of April, 1865, by the Select and Common Councils of 
Philadelphia. [No imprint.] 8vo, pp 15. . . 747 

PHILLIPS, (Isaac N.) Abraham Lincoln. A short study 
of a great man and his work. By Isaac N. Phillips. 
1 901 : Bloomington, Illinois. [Copyright by the au- 
thor] 8vo, pp 60 748 

A second impression was issued; same title and year. 

PHILLIPS, (Wendell.) An Address, delivered in Tre- 
mont Temple, Boston, April 19th, 1865, By Wendell 
Phillips. Worcester: Printed by Chas. Hamilton, 
Palladium Office. [No year.] 8vo, pp 8. 2,000 cop- 
ies ... . • • 749 



304 Abraham Lincoln 

PIATT. Memories of the Men who saved the Union By 
Donn Piatt New York and Chicago Belford, Clarke 
& Company 1897 i2mo, pp 302. Illustrated. 750 
Very breezy and outspoken papers on Lincoln, Stanton, 
Chase, Seward and Thomas, with a review of " McClellan's 
Own Story." 

PIERREPONT. Argument of Hon. Edwards Pierrepont 
to the jury, on the Trial of John H. Surratt for the 
Murder of President Lincoln. Washington: Govern- 
ment Printing Office. 1867. 8vo, pp 122. . . 751 

PITMAN. The Assassination of President Lincoln and 
the Trial of the Conspirators David E. Herold, Mary 
E. Surratt, Lewis Payne, George A. Atzerodt, Edward 
Spangler, Samuel A. Mudd, Samuel Arnold, Michael 
O'Laughlin. Containing the Orders convening the 
Commission; Rules for its guidance; Pleas of the ac- 
cused to the Jurisdiction of the Commission, and for 
Severance of Trial; Testimony in full concerning the 
Assassination, and attending circumstances ; Flight, pur- 
suit and capture of John Wilkes Booth ; Attempted As- 
sassination of Hon. W. H. Seward, Secretary of State. 
Official Documents and Testimony relating to the fol- 
lowing plots: The Abduction of the President and 
Cabinet, and carrying them to Richmond ; The Assassi- 
nation of the President and Cabinet; The Murder of 
President Lincoln by presents of infected clothing; The 
introduction of pestilence into Northern cities by cloth- 
ing infected with Yellow Fever and Small Pox; Starva- 
tion and Murder of Union prisoners in Southern pris- 
ons ; Attempted burning of New York and other North- 
ern cities; Poisoning the water of the Croton Reservoir, 
New York ; Raid on St. Albans ; Contemplated raids on 
Buffalo, Ogdensburg, etc.; Burning of Steamboats on 



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Western rivers, Government Warehouses, Hospitals, 
etc; Complicity of Jefferson Davis, Judah P. Benjamin, 
Jacob Thompson, George N. Sanders, Beverley Tucker, 
C. C. Clay, etc. ; Jacob Thompson's banking account 
in Canada; The mining of Libby Prison, and prepara- 
tions to blow it up ; The " disorganization of the 
North " by a system of terrorism and infernal plots ; 
Arguments of Counsel for the Accused ; Reply of Hon. 
John A. Bingham, Special Judge Advocate; Findings 
and Sentences of the Accused, etc. Compiled and Ar- 
ranged by Benn Pitman, Recorder to the Commission. 
Publishers: Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin, 25 West 
Fourth Street, Cincinnati. New York, 60 Walker 
Street. 1865. 8vo, pp 421, (2). Plate.. . . 752 

POETICAL Tributes to the Memory of Abraham Lincoln. 
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1865. i2mo, 

pp 306. Portrait. 1,500 copies 753 

Collected and arranged by J. N. Plotts, of New York. 

POETICAL. A Poetical Description of Lincoln's Assassi- 
nation, by Jones. Greater than Washington, Jackson 
or Milton!!! Reigns the immortal President Lincoln!!! 
Valparaiso, LaPatria Printing office. 1865. 8vo, pp 

58 754 

Dedicated to " Lady Lincoln." 

POORE. The Conspiracy Trial for the Murder of the 
President, and the attempt to overthrow the Govern- 
ment by the Assassination of its principal officers. Ed- 
ited, with an introduction, by Ben: Perley Poore. Bos- 
ton: J. E. Tilton and Company. 1865. 3 vols., i2mo, 
pp 480, 552, 552 755 

PORTRAITS and Sketches of the Lives of all the Can- 
didates for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency, for 



306 Abraham Lincoln 

i860, comprising Eight Portraits engraved on Steel, 
Facts in the life of each, the Four Platforms, the Cin- 
cinnati Platform, and the Constitution of the United 
States. New York: J. C. Buttre, 48 Franklin street. 

i860. 8vo, pp 32 756 

The portraits are finely executed. 

POST. Discourse on the Assassination of President Lin- 
coln, preached in Camp by Rev. Jacob Post, Chaplain 
of the 184th Regiment, N. Y. V., at Harrison's Land- 
ing, Virginia, April 23d, 1865. Oswego: S. H. Par- 
ker & Co., Printers. 1865. 8vo, pp II. 500 cop- 
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POTTER. The National Tragedy: Four Sermons de- 
livered before the First Congregational Society, New 
Bedford, on the Life and Death of Abraham Lincoln. 
By William J. Potter. New Bedford, Mass.: Abra- 
ham Taber & Brother. 1865. 8vo, pp 67. 500 cop- 
ies 758 

(1) April 16th. The Assassination of the President. 
(2) April 19th. Discourse on the Day of the Funeral 
Rites. (3) June 1st. The Capacity and Historical Posi- 
tion of President Lincoln. (4) June 4th. The Dramatic 
Element in the Career of Abraham Lincoln. 

POTTS. Abraham Lincoln, and Lincoln Records in Penn- 
sylvania. By William John Potts, Camden, N. J. 8vo, 

PP 3 759 

Pages 69 to 71, inclusive, of New York Historical Record 
for April, 1872. 

POWELL. Sermons on recent National Victories, and the 
National Sorrow. Preached April 23d, 1865, in the 
Plymouth Church, by the Pastor, E. P. Powell. Adri- 
an, Mich., Smith & Foster, Printers, opposite Lawrence 
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POWER. Abraham Lincoln, his Great Funeral Cortege, 
from Washington City to Springfield, Illinois, with a 
history and description of the National Lincoln Monu- 
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POWER. Illustrated Description of the National [cut] 
Lincoln Monument By John Carroll Power. Spring- 
field, 111. Edwin A. Wilson & Co. 1874. i2mo, pp 

(4), 224-256 762 

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POWER. Abraham Lincoln. His Life, Public Services, 
Death and Great Funeral Cortege, with a history and 
description of the National Lincoln Monument, by 
John Carroll Power. Monumental Edition. Spring- 
field, 111; Edwin A. Wilson & Co. 1875. i2mo, pp 

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PP 4i6. 

POWER. Annual Reports of the Custodian to the Execu- 
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in London ; Sketches, Historical and descriptive of the 
Methods of taking care of the Brock Monument at 
Queenstown, Canada; the Washington Monument at 
Baltimore, Md. ; Mount Vernon, on the Potomac, Vir- 
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Capitol of the Nation — now almost completed ; and 
the proposed Garfield Monument at Cleveland, Ohio. 
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description of the National Lincoln Monument, with 
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POWER. History of an attempt to steal the body of 
Abraham Lincoln, (late President of the United States 
of America) Including a history of The Lincoln 
Guard of Honor, With Eight Years Lincoln Memorial 
Services. Edited by John Carroll Power, Custodian 
of the National Lincoln Monument and Secretary of 
the Lincoln Guard of Honor. Springfield, 111. : The 
H. W. Rokker Printing and Publishing House. 1890. 

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POWERS of the President of the U. S. in Times of War. 
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31 767 

PRAROND. La Mort du President Lincoln par E. Pra- 
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[No year] 8vo, pp 15 769a 

Contains reply of Representatives from border states re- 
ferred to. 

PRESIDENT Lincoln's Speech at Gettysburg, November 

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PRESIDENT Lincoln. From the Princeton Review, July, 

1865. 8vo, pp (2), 435-458 772 

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PRIME. A Sermon delivered in Westminster Church, 
Detroit, on Sabbath Morning, April 16, 1865, after 
the Death of President Lincoln, by Rev. G. Wendell 
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PROCEEDINGS of the first three Republican National 
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at Pittsburg, in February, 1856, as reported by Horace 
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PROCES. Le Proces des Conspirateurs de Washington. 
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les plaidoyers des defenseurs avec les termes de la sen- 
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PROVIDENCE. Proceedings of the City Council of 
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the Oration delivered before the municipal authorities 
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PUTNAM, (George.) City Document.— No. 5. An 
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QUINT. National Sin must be Expiated by National Ca- 
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RAISING the Stars and Stripes over the Lincoln Home- 
stead, Springfield, Illinois. October 16, 1889. Spring- 
field: O. H. Oldroyd. 1889- l6mo, pp 27. Por- 
trait 783 

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Fifer and others, and an account of Robert T. Lincoln's 
gift of the homestead to the state. 

RANDALL. An Address on the Occasion of the Funeral 
Obsequies of the late President Lincoln, delivered be- 
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RANDOLPH. The Fallen Prince. A Discourse preached 
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RANKIN. Moses and Joshua. A Discourse on the death 
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Mission of Death," a poem by John Mcintosh. 

RAY, (H. Cordelia.) Lincoln Written for the Occasion 
of the Unveiling of the Freedman's Monument in 
Memory of Abraham Lincoln April 14, 1876 By H. 
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RAYMOND. The Life of Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, 
By Henry J. Raymond; and the Life of Andrew John- 
son, of Tennessee. By John Savage. New York: 
Derby & Miller, No. 5 Spruce Street. 1864. i2mo, 
pp 136. Portraits 788 

RAYMOND. The Life [Portrait] of Abraham Lincoln, 

by Henry J. Raymond, and of Andrew Johnson, by 

John Savage. New York: National Union Executive 

Committee, Astor House [1864.] i2mo, pp 136. 789 

Same matter as next above. Cover title only. 

RAYMOND. History of the Administration of President 
Lincoln : including his speeches, letters, addresses, proc- 
lamations, and messages, with a preliminary sketch of 
his life. By Henry J. Raymond. New York: J. C. 
Derby & N. C. Miller, No. 5 Spruce Street. 1864. 
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RAYMOND. The Life and Public Services of Abraham 
Lincoln, sixteenth President of the United States to- 
gether with his State Papers, including his speeches, 
addresses, messages, letters and proclamations, and the 
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Frank B. Carpenter. With a Steel Portrait and other 
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Spruce Street. 1865. 8vo, pp 808 791 

REBELLE. Abram. A Military Poem. By A. Young 
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RECOLLECTIONS of Lincoln and Douglas Forty years 
ago by an Eyewitness. New York Privately Printed 
1899 i6mo, pp 49. Portraits. 200 copies. . . 793 
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REED, (S.) A Discourse delivered upon the Occasion of 
the Funeral Obsequies of President Lincoln, April 19, 
1865. By Rev. S. Reed, Pastor, M. E. Church, Edgar- 
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REED, (V. D.) The Conflict of Truth. A Sermon 
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REID. A Discourse on the Death of Abraham Lincoln, 
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occasioned by the death of Abraham Lincoln, President 
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REMSBURG. Abraham Lincoln: Was he a Christian? 
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The annual reports, containing the addresses, present a 
choice series of Lincoln eulogies. The following, naming 
the leading Lincoln speakers, gives all information neces- 
sary to identification of the several pamphlets : 

2nd. February u, 1888, Hon. William M. Evarts, pp 64. 

3rd. February 12, 1889, Gen. Horace Porter, pp 67. 

4th. February 12, 1890, Sen. Shelby M. Cullom, pp 64 

5th. February 12, 1891, Rev. H. L. Wayland, D.D., pp 70. 

6th. February 12, 1892, Rev. G. E. Strobridge, D.D., pp 52. 

7th. February 11, 1893, Robert G. Ingersoll, pp 48. 

8th. February 12, 1894, Bishop John P. Newman, D.D., 
LL.D., pp 80. 

9th. February 12, 1895, Sen. John M. Thurston, pp 58. 

10th. February 12, 1896, Chauncey M. Depew, pp 51. 

nth. February 12, 1897, Pres. Melancthon Woolsey 
Stryker, pp 54 

12th. February 12, 1898, Sen. Albert J. Beveridge, pp 47. 

13th. February 13, 1899, Rev. Howard Dumeld, D.D., pp 
48. 

14th. February 12, 1900, Hon. Robert M. Cousins, (poem 
by Edwin Markham), pp 55. 

15th. February 12, 1901, Hon. John N. Baldwin, pp yy, 
(10). 

16th. February 12, 1902, Hon. John Willis Gleed, pp 80. 

17th. February 12, 1903, Ex Gov. Frank S. Black, Judge 
Wendell P. Stafford, pp 80. 

18th. February 12, 1904 Hamilton W. Mabie, pp 96. 

19th. February 13, 1905, Sen. Jonathan P. Dolliver, pp 
8i, (4). 

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papers. The same poem has been published in broadside 
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matter. Revised edition, with supplement, 1906. 

ROBBINS. A Discourse on the Death of Abraham Lin- 
coln, delivered in the Greenhill Presbyterian Church, 
on Sunday Evening, April 23, 1865. By the Rev. Frank 
L. Robbins, Pastor of the Church. Philadelphia : Hen- 
ry B. Ashmead, Book and Job Printer, Nos. 1102 and 
1 104 Sansom Street. 1865. 8vo, pp 21. 500 cop- 
ies 814 

ROBERTSON. A Sermon, commemorative of our Na- 
tional Bereavement preached April 19, 1865, in the 
Presbyterian Church, Geneva. By J. L. Robertson, 
Pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, Geneva, 
N. Y. Geneva: Wm. Johnson, Book and Job Printer, 
Seneca St. 1865. 8vo, pp 20 815 

ROBINSON, (Charles S.) The Martyred President. A 
Sermon preached in the First Presbyterian Church, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., by the Pastor, Rev. Chas. S. Robin- 
son, on the morning of April 16th, 1865. New York: 
John F. Trow, Printer, 50 Greene street. 1865. 8vo, 
pp 31. 2,000 copies 816 

ROBINSON, (T. H.) The Unvailing of Divine Justice 
in the Great Rebellion. A Sermon by Rev. T. H. 
Robinson: June 1, 1865. Harrisburg: Ambrose Tay- 
lor, Printer. 1865. 8vo, pp 35. 500 copies. . 817 

ROGERS. Madame Surratt; A Drama in Five Acts by 
J. W. Rogers, of the Washington Bar. [Preface, " To 
the Public."] Washington, D. C: Thomas J. Bra- 
shears, Printer. 1879. i2mo, pp 148. . . . 818 



320 Abraham Lincoln 

ROOSEVELT. Address of President Theodore Roosevelt 
at the Lincoln Dinner of the Republican Club of the 
the City of New York Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Feb- 
ruary 13, 1905 Washington Government Printing 
Office 1905 8vo, pp 38 819 

ROTHSCHILD. Lincoln Master of Men A Study in 
Character by Alonzo Rothschild With portraits Bos- 
ton and New York Houghton, Mifflin and Company 
The Riverside Press, Cambridge 1906 8vo, pp (8), 

53i 820 

Also 150 copies, special uncut style, with paper label. 

ROWLAND. Abraham Lincoln. A Paper Prepared and 
Read before the Kansas Commandery of the Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, by 
Companion Maj. J. G. Rowland, 10th Illinois Volun- 
teer Infantry, Governor Western National Military 
Home. [No imprint, year, no place] 8vo, pp 12. 821 

ROYAL. The Royal Ape : a Dramatic Poem. Richmond : 
Wise & Johnson, No. 145 Main Street. 1863. 8vo, 
pp 85 822 

A very unpleasant display of one phase of Confederate 
sentiment. 

RUGGLES. To his Excellency Abraham Lincoln, Presi- 
dent of the United States. Samuel B. Ruggles, June 9, 
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RUSSELL. Our Great National Reproach and The Coun- 
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mons preached in St. James' Church, Eckley, Penna., 
by Rev. Peter Russell, Rector. The first on the Occa- 
sion of the Funeral Solemnities of President Lincoln. 
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SAMPLE. The Curtained Throne: A Sermon suggested 
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SAVAGE. Messiah Pulpit New York (Being a con- 
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SEAMAN. What Miscegenation is! and [cut] what we 
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SERMONS preached in Boston on the death of Abraham 
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Georgia, in the House of Representatives, 12th of Feb- 
ruary, 1878. [No place, no year. Darby Sc Duvall, 
Printers, 432 Ninth St.] 8vo, pp 4. ... 893 

STERLING. The Martyr President. A Sermon deliv- 
ered in the Court House in Williamsport [Pa.] By 
Rev. William Sterling, on Sunday, April 23, 1865. 
" Bulletin " Print, Third Street. [No place, no year.] 
8vo, pp 8 894 

STEVENS, (Hiram F.) Abraham Lincoln An Address 
Delivered Before the Military Order of the Loyal Le- 
gion of the United States Commander)' of Minnesota 
at St. Paul, Minnesota, February 12th 1900, by Hiram 
F.Stevens [No place, no year] i2mo, ppn. . 895 

STEVENS, (L. L.) Lives, Crimes, and Confessions of the 
Assassins. Last moments of the convicts in their cells 
— scenes at the scaffold — and the execution. Truth- 
ful, wild, and fearfully exciting. By Dr. L. L. Stevens. 
Troy, N. Y. : From the Daily Times steam printing 
establishment, 211 River Street. 1865. 8vo, pp (4), 
15-38 896 



336 Abraham Lincoln 

STEWART. Our National Sorrow. A Discourse on the 
death of Abraham Lincoln, containing the substance of 
two sermons delivered in the Presbyterian Church, 
Johnstown, [N. Y.] April 16 and 19, 1865. By Rev. 
Daniel Stewart, D. D. Johnstown: J. D. Houghtal- 
ing, Printer. 1865. 8vo, pp 20. 500 copies. . 897 

STODDARD, (Richard Henry.) Abraham Lincoln. An 
Horatian Ode. By Richard Henry Stoddard. New 
York: Bunce & Huntington, Publishers, 540 Broad- 
way. [1865.] 8vo, pp 12. 1,500 copies. . . 898 
" My model, in a sense, was old Andrew Marvell's 
Horatian Ode on Cromwell; a very grand psalm." — The 
author. 

STODDARD, (William O.) Abraham Lincoln: The 
True Story of a Great Life. Showing the inner growth, 
special training, and peculiar fitness of the man for his 
work. By William O. Stoddard, One of President 
Lincoln's Secretaries during the War of the Rebellion. 
With illustrations. [Motto.] Published by Fords, 
Howard & Hulbert, 27 Park Place, New York. 79 
Milk St., Boston. 1020 Arch St., Philadelphia. 1884. 

8vo, pp 508. Portrait 899 

Another issue, 1885, with slightly different imprint. 

STODDARD, (William O.) The Lives of the Presidents 
Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson By William 
O. Stoddard Author of " George Washington," " John 
Adams and Thomas Jefferson," " James Madison, James 
Monroe and John Quincy Adams," " Andrew Jackson 
and Martin Van Buren," " Harrison, Tyler and Polk," 
" Taylor, Fillmore, Pierce and Buchanan," " Ulysses S. 
Grant," " Grover Cleveland," etc. New York Fred- 
erick A. Stokes & Brother 1888 i2mo, pp, (Lincoln) 
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President's Private Secretaries. Author of " Verses of 
Many Days," " Dab Kinzer," etc. Illustrated by Dan 
Beard. New York: Charles L. Webster & Co. 1890. 
i2mo, pp 244 901 

STODDARD, (William O.) The Table Talk of Abra- 
ham Lincoln Edited by William O. Stoddard One of 
his Private Secretaries, and author of " Abraham Lin- 
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STODDARD, (William O.) Revised Edition Abraham 
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STODDARD, (William O.) Lincoln at Work Sketches 
from Life by William O. Stoddard Illustrated by 
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pp 173. Portrait 904 

STODDARD, (William O.) The Boy Lincoln By Will- 
iam O. Stoddard Author of " The Windfall," " The 
Red Patriot," " The Spy of Yorktown," " The Fight 
for the Valley," etc. Illustrated New York D. Ap- 
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who was assassinated in Washington, Friday, April 14th, 
1865. Preached in the Park Street Church, Boston, on 
the next Lord's Day, by Andrew L. Stone, D. D. Bos- 
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STORRS. An Oration commemorative of President Abra- 
ham Lincoln; delivered at Brooklyn, N. Y., June 1, 
1865. By Richard S. Storrs, Jr., D. D., at the request 
of the War Fund Committee. Published by the com- 
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10 Front Street. 1865. 8vo, pp 65. 1,500 copies. 907 
Large paper edition, also, of 100 copies, with portrait. 

STOWE. Men of Our Times; or Leading Patriots of the 
Day. Being narratives of the lives and deeds of States- 
men, Generals, and Orators. Including biographical 
sketches and anecdotes of Lincoln, Grant, Garrison, 
Sumner, Chase, Wilson, Greeley, Farragut, Andrew, 
Colfax, Stanton, Douglass, Buckingham, Sherman, Sher- 
idan, Howard, Phillips and Beecher. By Harriet 
Beecher Stowe, Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Beau- 
tifully illustrated with eighteen steel portraits. Pub- 
lished by subscription only. Hartford Publishing Co., 
Hartford, Conn. 1868. 8vo, pp xiv, 575. . . 908 
One of the few composite books admitted to this list. 
The genius of the author and her leadership in the anti- 
slavery cause lend interest to her views of the war-time 
celebrities. Besides her brilliant hundred-page sketch of 
Lincoln, the volume deals with members of his cabinet, 
his most successful military and naval chiefs, prominent 
Senators and " War Governors," and distinguished editors, 
preachers, reformers, and politicians, all vitally connected 
with the great events of his presidency. 

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STRONG. The Nation's Sorrow. A Discourse on the 
death of Abraham Lincoln, delivered in the Larkin 
Street Presbyterian Church, San Francisco, April 16th, 
1865. By Rev. J. D. Strong, Pastor. Published by the 
Larkin St. Congregation. San Francisco: George L. 
Kenny & Co. 1865. 8vo, pp 14 910 

STURZ. Reden gehalten bei der Berliner Todtenfeier fur 
den Prasidenten Lincoln von amerikanischen, englischen 
und deutschen Geisteichen. Ein Ausspruch der Kirche 
iiber Sklaverei und freie Arbeit. Herausgegeben von 
J. J. Sturz. Berlin, 1865. C. G. Liideritz'sche Ver* 
lagsbuchhandlung. A. Charisius. Schonebergerstrasse 

7. 8vo, pp 39. 1,600 copies 911 

100 copies on fine paper. 

SUBGENATION : the theory of The Normal Relation of 
the Races; an answer to "Miscegenation." [Motto] 
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lady,) No. 49 Walker Street.] 1864. i2mo, pp 

72 912 

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of Independence. Eulogy of Abraham Lincoln, deliv- 
ered before the Municipal Authorities of the City of 
Boston, June 1, 1865, by Charles Sumner. Boston: 
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June i, 1865, by Charles Sumner. [Motto.] Boston: 
J. E. Farwell and Company, Printers to the City, 37 
Congress Street. 1865. 8vo, pp 67 914 

SUMNER, (Edward A.) Abraham Lincoln. By Edward 
A. Sumner, of the New York bar. [Portrait] An 
Oration Delivered before the Men's League of the 
Broadway Tabernacle Church, of New York City, Feb- 
ruary 10th, 1902. 8vo, pp 16 915 

SUMTER CLUB. The Trip of the Steamer Oceanus to 
Fort Sumter and Charleston, S. C. Comprising the 
Incidents of the Excursion, the Appearance, at that 
time, of the City, and the entire Programme of Exer- 
cises at the Re-raising of the Flag over the Ruins of 
Fort Sumter, April 14th, 1865. By a Committee ap- 
pointed by the Passengers of the Oceanus. Brooklyn: 
" The Union " steam printing house, 10 Front Street. 

1865. 8vo, pp 172-2. Illustrated 916 

The passengers organized as the " Sumter Club " and 
chose Rev. J. Clement French and Mr. Edward Cary, 
editor of the Brooklyn Union, to prepare this volume. 
Included here as the best contemporary account of an 
event historically associated with the tragedy at Washing- 
ton. The ceremony was performed, by previous direction 
of the President, at noon of the day on which the fatal 
shot was fired, which was the fourth anniversary of the 
evacuation. As the lowering of the colors at Fort Sum- 
ter was the first concession to armed rebellion, so the 
restoration of the same flag to its rightful place above the 
ruin marked in a dramatic way the reinstatement of Na- 
tional authority throughout the land. Lincoln's mission 
and his martyrdom were both accomplished that day. Be- 
sides Mr. Beecher's oration and a full report of the pro- 
ceedings, the book contains addresses to the freedmen of 
Charleston on the ensuing Sabbath by William Lloyd Gar- 
rison, Senator Henry Wilson, Hon. W. D. Kelley, and 
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Also a touching address on shipboard, by Rev. Theodore 
L. Cuyler, D.D., upon the President's death, news of which 
was received on the homeward voyage. 

SURETY. " The Surety of the Upright." A Discourse 
preached on the occasion of the National Fast, June I, 
1865, in the First Parish Meeting-House, Saco, Maine, 
by the Pastor. Published by special request. Bidde- 
ford: Printed at the office of the Union and Journal. 

1865. 8vo, pp 20. 500 copies 917 

Author, Rev. John H. Windsor. 

SURRATT. Life and Extraordinary Adventures of John 
H. Surratt, the Conspirator. A correct account and 
highly interesting Narrative of his doings and adventures 
from childhood to the present time. Philadelphia: Pub- 
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8vo, pp 136. Illustrated 918 

SURRATT. The Career and Adventures of John H. Sur- 
ratt, since his flight from America, after the execution 
of his mother, Mrs. Mary Surratt, Payne, Harold and 
Atzerott for the assassination of President Lincoln. His 
enlistment in the Pope's Zuaves in Italy, His betrayal by 
his Mistress to U. S. Minister King. His arrest and 
desperate escape. His flight to Egypt, aided by Brigands 
whose band he had joined. His final arrest in Egypt by 
United States Consul Hale. Philadelphia: Published 
by C. W. Alexander, 224 South Third Street. [1896] 

8vo, pp 99. Illustrated 919 

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copy found. 

SURRATT. Trial of John H. Surratt in the Criminal 

Court for the District of Columbia, Hon. George P. 

Fisher, Presiding. Washington: Government Printing 

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SUTPHEN. Discourse on the occasion of the death of 
Abraham Lincoln, late President of the United States, 
preached in the Spring Garden Presbyterian Church, 
Philadelphia, by the Pastor, Rev. Morris C. Sutphen, 
April 1 6th, 1865. Philadelphia: Jas. B. Rodgers, 
Printer, 52 & 54 North Sixth Street. 1865. 8vo, pp 
19. 750 copies 921 

SWAIN. A Nation's Sorrow. A Sermon preached on the 
Sabbath after the assassination of President Lincoln, In 
me Central Congregational Church, Providence, April 
15, 1865. By the Pastor, Rev. Leonard Swain. [No 
place, no year.] 8vo, ppn. 1,000 copies. . . 922 
The date should be April 16th. 

SWEETSER. A Commemorative Discourse on the Death 
of Abraham Lincoln. By Seth Sweetser, Pastor of the 
Central Church. Worcester, Massachusetts. [No im- 
print.] 1865. 8vo, pp 29. 600 copies. . . . 923 
Delivered April 23, 1865. 

SWETT. Oration upon the Unveiling of the Statue of 
Abraham Lincoln, in Lincoln Park, [Chicago] October 
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SWING. The Death of the President. Sermon by Rev. 
David Swing. Preached in the Presbyterian Church at 
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graph Print. i6mo, pp 18. 800 copies. . . . 924 
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SYMMES. " To what purpose is this Waste? " Address 
before the Loyal Leagues of South-Brunswick and Mon- 
roe, June 1, 1865, by Rev. Joseph G. Symmes, Pastor 
of the First Presbyterian Church, Cranbury, N. J. 
Published by request of the Leagues. New Brunswick, 
N. J.: Printed at the Fredonian Book and Job Office, 
August, 1865. 8vo, pp 29. 600 copies. . . . g26 

SZOLD. Vaterland and Freiheit. Predigt bei der Erin- 
nerungsfeier des verstorbenen Priisidenten, Abraham 
Lincoln, am I. Juni 1865, (dem zweiten Tag Schabu- 
oth. ) gehalten von Benjamin Szold, Rabbiner der 
Oheb-Schalom Gemeinde in Baltimore. (Der Reinerlos 
ist fur die Ungliichlichen im Suden bestimmt. ) Ger- 
drucht bei B. Polmyer, G. D. Ecte von Baltimore u 
Gaystr. 1865. i2mo, pp 10 927 

TANSY. From the Cabin to the White House. An Ad- 
dress at the obsequies of the late President Lincoln, by 
Rev. J. Tansy, of New Harmony, Ind. Evansville: 
Evansville Journal Co., Steam Printers and Binders. 
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TAPLEY. Eulogy of Abraham Lincoln, Sixteenth Presi- 
dent of the United States, pronounced by Rufus P. 
Tapley, Esq., April 19, 1865, at Saco, Maine, including 
the report of the proceedings of the town of Saco con- 
sequent upon his death. Biddeford : Printed by the 
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copies 929 

TAPPAN. Abraham Lincoln. Rede bei der gedachtness- 
feier in der Dorothenkirche zu Berlin, 2. Mai 1865, 



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gehalten von Dr. H. P. Tappan, corresp. Mitgleid der 
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Frankfurt am Main. Verlag von H. Keller. 1865. 
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TAPPAN. A Discourse on the Death of Abraham Lincoln 
late President of the United States of America Deliv- 
ered Tuesday May 2 1865 in the Dorothean-Church, 
Berlin by Henry P. Tappan D. D., LL. D., Berlin: 
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TARBELL. The Early Life of Abraham Lincoln Con- 
taining many unpublished documents and unpublished 
reminiscences of Lincoln's early friends By Ida M. 
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S. S. McClure, Limited London 1896. 8vo, pp 
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TARBELL. The Life of Abraham Lincoln Drawn from 
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and Telegrams hitherto unpublished, by Ida M. Tarbell 
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day & McClure Co. 1900. 8vo, Vol. 1, pp xiv, (2), 

426. Vol. 2, pp xi, (3), 459 933 

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TARBELL. The Life of Abraham Lincoln Drawn from 
original sources and containing many Speeches, Letters, 
and Telegrams hitherto unpublished and Illustrated 
with many reproductions from original paintings, pho- 
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THAYER, (William M.) From Pioneer Home to the 
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our Late President, April 19th, 1865. By Rev. A. G. 
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TOWNSEND. The Life, Crime, and Capture of John 
Wilkes Booth, With a full sketch of the Conspiracy of 
which he was the Leader, and the pursuit, trial and ex- 
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TOWNSEND. The Real Life of Abraham Lincoln. A 
talk with Mr. Herndon, his late law partner. By 
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some of the " striking points " were derived from inter- 
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WHITMAN. Walt Whitman's Hymn on the Death of 
Lincoln. Published by Edward Arnold, 37 Bedford 
Street, Strand. 135 copies only, & all on vellum. 

This copy is No. 5 x 73^ inches, pp 20. . 1044 

Has no title page. The first sentence above is printed 
along back of cover, the next two in a colophon. Imme- 
diately following last page of the text are the words: 
" Here ends President Lincoln's Funeral Hymn, reprinted 
in love of the poet & admiration for the subject, among 
the great poems of the language, at the Essex House 
Press, under the care of C. R. Ashbee, who has drawn the 
frontispiece & capitals, [design] An. Dom. MDCCCC." 

WHITMAN. Memories of President Lincoln and other 
Lyrics of the War by Walt Whitman [Device] 
Portland Maine Thomas B. Mosher 1904 Sm. 4to, 
(i7^2cm.) pp xiv, 42. Portrait of author. . 1045 
Only 50 copies printed, all on Japan vellum. "When 
Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd and some few other 
poems indissolubly associated with it." 

WHITNEY. A Souvenir of Abraham Lincoln. [Quota- 
tions] Copyright 1891. By Henry C. Whitney. Chi- 
cago. [No imprint] 4to, pp (18.) Portrait. . 1046 
Part of next below. 

WHITNEY. The Lincoln Autographic Album. Embrac- 
ing likewise The Favorite Poetry of Abraham Lincoln. 
Henry C. Whitney. Chicago. [1891] 4to, pp 
(103) 1047 

Facsimile autographs, illustrations, and other matter 
from next below. 

WHITNEY. Life on the Circuit with Lincoln. With 
Sketches of Generals Grant, Sherman and McClellan, 
Judge Davis, Leonard Swett, and other contemporaries. 



Bibliography 369 

By Henry C. Whitney. Illustrated. [Motto.] Bos- 
ton: Estes and Lauriat, Publishers. [1892.] 8vo, 
pp viii, 601 1048 

WIDE AWAKE Edition. The Life and Public Services of 
Hon. Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, and Hon. Hannibal 
Hamlin, of Maine. Boston: Thayer & Eldridge, 114 
and 116 Washington Street, i860. i2mo, pp 320. 

Portraits 1049 

About 200 pages devoted to Lincoln's speeches. 

WIDE AWAKE. The Wide Awake Vocalist; or, Rail 
Splitters Song Book. Words and Music for the Re- 
publican Campaign of i860. Embracing a great va- 
riety of songs, solos, duets, and choruses, arranged for 
piano or melodeon. The best collection of words and 
music ever published for a campaign. Every club and 
family should have copies, so as to join in the choruses. 
The ladies are invited to join in the choruses at the 
meetings. New York: Published by E. A. Daggett, 
133 Broadway, [i860] i6mo, pp 64. . . 1050 

WIGGINS. A Lincoln Souvenir [cut of desk] This desk, 
to be seen in the Corrider of the Leland Hotel, is the 
one upon which President Lincoln wrote his first In- 
augural. The property of Allen H. Smith. Compli- 
ments of The Leland Hotel, N. B. Wiggins, Proprietor. 
Springfield, Illinois. [No year] Journal Co., Printers, 

Springfield, 111. 8vo, pp 12 1051 

Contains first Inaugural, Gettysburg address, and two 
versions of the Farewell address at Springfield. 

WIGWAM. The "Wigwam Edition." The Life, 
Speeches, and Public Services of Abram Lincoln, To- 
gether with a Sketch of the Life of Hannibal Hamlin. 
Republican Candidates for the Offices of President and 



37° Abraham Lincoln 

Vice-President of the United States. New York: Rudd 
& Carleton, 130 Grand Street, i860. i2mo, pp 117. 
Portrait 1052 

Probably the earliest biography in book or pamphlet form, 
the copyright entry being dated June 8, i860. The unknown 
author apparently did not know the true name of his sub- 
ject, yet he boldly traced " Abram's '" genealogy to the 
Lincolns of Massachusetts. 

WILKS. English Criticism on President Lincoln's Anti- 
slavery' Proclamation and Message. By Washington 
Wilks. [London: J. Kenny, 1863] i2mo, pp 8. 1053 

WILLIAMS, (Robert H.) "A Time to Weep." A Ser- 
mon on the Death of President Lincoln, delivered April 
29th, 1865, in the Presbyterian Church, Frederick, Md. 
by the Pastor, Rev. Robert H. Williams. Frederick, 
Md., Schley, Keefer & Co. 1865. 8vo, pp 11. 250 

copies 1054 

The date probably should be " 19th." 

WILLIAMS, (Robert H.) "God's Chosen Ruler." A 
Sermon : delivered on a Day of National Humiliation 
and Prayer, in the Presbyterian Church of Frederick 
City, Md., by the Pastor, Rev. Robert H. Williams. 
Frederick, Md. Schley, Keefer & Co. 1865. 8vo, pp 
14. 500 copies 1055 

WILLIAMS. (Thomas.) Eulogy- on the Life and Public 
Services of Abraham Lincoln, late President of the 
United States, delivered by public request, in Christ 
1 M. E. Church, Pittsburgh, Thursday, June 1, 1865. 
By Hon. Thomas Williams. Pittsburgh: Printed by 
W. S. Haven, corner of Wood and Third Streets. 
1865. 8vo, pp 40. 1,000 copies 1056 

WILLIAMS, (Thomas.) Eulogy on the Life and Public 
Services of Abraham Lincoln, Delivered Thursday, 



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June 1, 1865, in Christ M. E. Church, Penn street, 
by Hon. Thomas Williams. General Meade: his 
share in the victories of Virginia. Pennsylvania's Gen- 
eral vindicated. [No year.] i2mo, pp 32. . 1057 
"Virtue & Co., Printers, City Road, London." 

WILLIS. Sermon on the Death of the late Abraham 
Lincoln, President of the United States. Delivered 
Sunday, April 23, 1865, in the Post Chapel, Citadel 
Square, Charleston, S. C. Repeated, by request of offi- 
cers and friends on the day of Humiliation and 
Prayer, May 2d. By Rev. Samuel B. Willis, Post 
Chaplain, 127th N. Y. Vol. New York: F. Somers, 
Printer, 32 Beekman street. 1865. 8vo, pp 8. 1058 

WILLSON, (Edmund B.) The Proclamation of Free- 
dom. A Sermon preached in the North Church, Salem. 
January 4, 1863. By Edmund B. Willson, Minister of 
the Church. Published by request. Salem: T. J. 
Hutchinson, Printer. 1863. 8vo, pp 16. . . 1059 

WILSON (James Grant) Washington — Lincoln and 
Grant [Seal] An Address by General James Grant 
Wilson delivered before The New York Society of the 
Order of the Founders and Patriots of America April 
6, 1903 [Published by the Society] 8vo, pp 27. Fac- 
similes 1060 

Of exceeding interest. 

WILSON, (Miriam Hammond.) In Memoriam. Abra- 
ham Lincoln. A Poem. By Mrs. Miriam Hammond 
Wilson. The following poem was read by the Author 
at the Lincoln Memorial Service, held at Congrega- 
tional Church, in Springfield, 111., Thursday, April 
14th, 1 88 1, on the occasion of the Display of Capt. O. 
H. Oldrovd's Wonderful Collection of Articles Relat- 



37 2 Abraham Lincoln 

ing to Abraham Lincoln's Life and Death. State Jour- 
nal, Printers, Springfield, 111. 4to, pp 8. . . 1061 
Cover title, " In Memoriam, [portrait] Abraham Lincoln. 
A Poem, by Mrs. Miriam Hammond Wilson. Springfield, 
Illinois April 14, 1881." 

WILSON, (Rufus Rockwell.) Lincoln in Caricature By 
Rufus Rockwell Wilson Author of " Washington: the 
Capital City " Illustrated With Thirty-two Plates 
Printed for private distribution 1903 4to, pp text, 
I7> (1) 1062 

WILSON, (William B.) A Glimpse of the United States 
Military Telegraph Corps and of Abraham Lincoln. 
By William B. Wilson, a Military Telegrapher in War 
Time. Read before the United Service Club of Phila- 
delphia [by request], January 16, 1889. Holmesburg, 
Philadelphia. 8vo, pp 20 1063 

WILSON, (William T.) The Death of President Lin- 
coln. A Sermon preached in St. Peter's Church, Al- 
bany, N. Y., on Wednesday, April 19, 1865, by the 
Rev. William T. Wilson, M. A., Rector. Albany: 
Weed, Parsons and Company, Printers. 1865. 8vo, 
pp 25. 1,000 copies 1064 

WINDSOR. Justice and Mercy: A Sermon preached at 
a united service held in the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, of Davenport, Iowa, on the National Fast 
Day, June 1st, 1865, by William Windsor, Pastor of 
the Edwards Congregational Church. Published by 
request. Davenport, Iowa: Printed at the Gazette 
Steam Book and Job Rooms. 1865. 8vo, pp 12. 300 
copies. 1065 

WINES. Forty years after. The Greatness of Abraham 
Lincoln: an address delivered at the Lincoln Monu- 



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ment on Decoration Day, May 30, 1905, by Frederick 
Howard Wines, LL. D. Springfield, Illinois: 1905. 
8vo, pp 25 1066 

[WOLFORD] The Case of Colonel Wolford. Another 
instance of Executive Usurpation. Mr. Lincoln's Ac- 
tion in the Matter. Arbitrary Arrest and Proffer of 
an Abolition Parole. Col. Wolford's Indignant Re- 
fusal to Bargain for his Liberty and his Rights! Pro- 
test of a Loyal Kentuckian. The Abolition War Policy 
of Mr. Lincoln Shown up in its True Light. [Caption 

title] 8vo, pp 4 1066a 

Letter of Col. Frank Wolford, dated July 30, 1864. 

WOOD. John Wilkes Booth oder Das Opfer der Rebel- 
lion. Illustrirter historischer Roman aus der neusten 
Geschichte der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika. Von 
James Wood, ehemaliger Offlzier der Vereinigten Staa- 
ten-Armee. Erster Band: Die Verschwornen. Ber- 
lin, 1866. Verlag von Otto Humburg & Co. Alexan- 
drinen-Strasse 74. 4 vols. 8vo, pp (consecutive 
throughout) 1152. Illustrated .... 1066b 

WOODBURY. The Son of God calleth the Dead to Life. 
A Sermon suggested by the assassination of Abraham 
Lincoln, preached in the Westminster Church, Provi- 
dence, R. I., Sunday, April 16, 1865, by Augustus 
Woodbury. Providence. Sidney S. Rider and Brother. 

1865. i2mo, pp 27. 300 copies 1067 

25 also on large paper. 

WOODBURY. A Sketch of the Character of Abraham 
Lincoln: A Discourse preached in the Westminster 
Church, Providence, R. I., Thursday, June I, 1865, by 
Augustus Woodbury. Providence: Sidney S. Rider 

and Brother. 1865. i2mo, pp 28 1068 

Edition 325 copies of which 25 were on large paper. 



374 Abraham Lincoln 

WORCESTER. Abraham Lincoln. A Discourse deliv- 
ered on the National Fast Day, June i, 1865. By 
Thomas Worcester. [No place, no year.] 8vo, pp 14. 
200 copies 1069 

Reprinted from the " New Jerusalem Magazine." 

WORKING. The Working men of Manchester and Pres- 
ident Lincoln. [Smith & Barnes, printers; no place, 
no year] 8vo, pp 4 1070 

Union and emancipation tracts, No. 2. 

WORKINGMAN. A Workingman's Reasons for the Re- 
election of Abraham Lincoln. [No imprint. 1864.] 
8vo, pp 8 1071 

WORTMAN. A Discourse on the Death of President 
Lincoln, delivered in the First Reformed Dutch Church, 
of Schenectady, N. Y. By Rev. Dennis Wortman, 
Pastor Elect. Sabbath Evening, April 16, 1865. Al- 
bany: Weed, Parsons & Company, Printers. 1865. 
8vo, pp 22. 1,000 copies 1072 

WRIGHT. Lincoln's First Love A True Story By 
Carrie Douglas Wright Chicago A. C. McClurg & 
Co. 1901 i6mo, pp (4), 9-52. Frontispiece. 1073 

YARD. The Providential Significance of the Death of 
Abraham Lincoln: a discourse delivered in the Central 
M. E. Church, Newark, N. J., on the Day of National 
Humiliation, June 1st, 1865. By Rev. Robert B. Yard, 
Pastor of Clinton St. M. E. Church: Late Chaplain 
of 1st Regiment N. J. Volunteers, 6th Corps. [Motto.] 
Published by request of the audience. Newark, N. J.: 
H. Harris, Publisher and Stationer, 288 Broad St. 
[No year.] 8vo, pp 23. 800 copies. . . . 1074 

YEAMAN. Abraham Lincoln, An Address before the 
Commandery of the State of Colorado, Military Order 



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of the Loyal Legion of the United States by George 
H. Yeaman Denver, Colorado, February 13, 1899. 
8vo, pp 25 1075 

YOUNG Folk's Library of Choice Literature Abraham 
Lincoln Educational Publishing Company Boston 
New York Chicago San Francisco. No. 31. Vol. 
II. June 15, 1895- 5/^x7^. pp 32. . . 1076 

YOURTEE. A Sermon, delivered in the Central M. E. 
Church, Springfield, Ohio, April 19th, 1 865, on the 
occasion of the Funeral of Abraham Lincoln, President 
of the United States. By Rev. S. L. Y'ourtee, A. M. 
of the Cincinnati Conference. Springfield, Ohio : News 
and Republic Job Printing Rooms. 1865. 8vo, pp 16. 
500 copies J077 

[Y, R.] Abraham Lincoln. A Study. Entered at Sta- 
tioners Hall. Right of translation reserved. Liver- 
pool: McKowen & Finglass, Middleton Buildings, 1, 
Rumford Street. 1865. i6mo, pp 32. . . . 1078 
Signed, " R. Y." 

ZABRISKIE. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Political 
and Memorial Medals struck in Honor of Abraham 
Lincoln, Sixteenth President of the United States. By 
Andrew C. Zabriskie. Only seventy-five copies printed. 
New York: Printed for the Author. 1873. 8vo, pp 

32 1079 

Describes 189 medals. See proceedings of the Numis- 
matic and Archeological Society of New York for 1900- 
1001 for an illustrated paper by the author, " The Medalic 
History of Abraham Lincoln." 

ZWART. Hoe de Zoon van den Pionier President Werd. 
De Levensgeschiedenis van Abraham Lincoln aan jonge- 



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376 Abraham Lincoln 

lieden verteld door A. C. De Zwart. Amsterdam. 
Hoveker & Zoon. [No year] i2mo, pp (1), 174, 
( 1 ) . Portrait 1080 x 

Various issues with title pages slightly varying. 

1 The total number is 1106, twenty-six being duplicates, dis- 
tinguished by letters. See 63a, etc. 



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Index 



The folloiuing references are to titles or notes in which the 
names occur but are not there used as index words. Also to 
books printed in Greek, Japanese, and Russian characters. 



Adam, G. Mercer 575a, 855 

Alberg, Albert 295 

Arnold, Isaac N 711 

Baldwin, John N 802 

Bancroft, George 778, 1002 

Barber, Joseph 1017 

Barnard, F. A. P 509 

Bassett, Miss 860 

Beecher, Rev. H. W 

679, 7/8, 916 

Benton, Joel 362 

Beveridge, Albert J 802 

Bigham, J. C 91 

Birch, Rev. E. P 263 

Black, Frank S 802 

Bogart, Dr. S. S 262 

Booth, Rev. Robert R 679 

Bouton, Archibald Lewis. .592 

Boutwell, George S 995 

Boyd, Andrew 29, 130 

Box, Henry W 149 

Bridel, Georges 153 

Brister, Rev. Peter W 807 

Brittan, Emma Hardinge. .390 

Brooks, Noah — 574 

Brough, John 877 

Brown, Rev. Nathan. .477, 478 
Brownson, Rev. Marcus A.. 986 



Bryant, William Cullen 778 

Buel, Oliver Bunce 132 

Bungener. F 20 

Burns, Rev. Robert F 632 

B [urr], W. H 670 

Burrows, R. S 252 

Burton, John E 181 

B., W. W 144 

Carpenter, F. B...555, 744, 791 

Carthage, 111 705 

Cary, Edward 916 

Carson, Hampton L 986 

Channing, Edward. .. .558, 563 

Chittenden, L. E 561 

Choate, Joseph H 574 

Clarke, James Freeman. .. .447 

Clason, A. W 11 

Cleveland, John F 361 

Cochrane, Gen. John 16 

Conceiaco, Jose Manoel de.630 

Conover, Sanford 938 

Cottle, Dr. J. F 262 

Cousins, Robert M 802 

Crane, Munroe 793 

Cuchival-Clarigny, 201 

Cullom, Shelby M 802 

Cushman, Charles R 1002 

Crowe, Dr. S. Whitaker. . .964 



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Abraham Lincoln 



Cuyler, Rev. Theodore L...916 

Dailey, Rev. J. P 324 

Darlington, Joseph D 986 

Davidson, Prof. David 262 

Davis, Charles A 278 

Davis, David 803 

Davis, Jefferson ,. . .408, 460 

Davis, J. McCan 932 

Depew, Chauncey 802 

Dolliver, Jonathan P 802 

Douglas, Stephen A 38 

Douglas, Stephen A., Jr. ...980 

Douglass, Frederick 446 

Duffield, Rev. Howard 802 

Eastcourt, J. H 81 

Eben, Carl Theodor 235 

Egerton, Joseph K. 508 

Eggers, L. C 73 

Ellis, Rev. C. M 510 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo 

840, 841, 853 

Evarts, William M 171,802 

Falkner, John Blake 104 

Field, Rev. Thomas P 688 

Fifer, Gov. Joseph W 783 

Fiske, Daniel Willard 717 

Francis, Julius E 580 

French, Rev. J. Clement. . .916 

Fuller, Melville W 560 

Fulwiler, D. M 567 

Garrison, Wm. Lloyd 916 

Gibbons, Charles... 970 

Gilder, Richard Watson. . . 

570, 575 

Gleed, John W 802 

Godwin, Parke 46 



Goodfellow, Rev. William. 148 

Grauert, Wilhelm 4313 

Greek 944 

Green, Dr. Samuel A 770 

Greeley, Horace 226, 361 

Gurley, Rev. P. D 268, 679 

Hale, Rev. Edward E 771 

Hall, Benjamin H 969 

Hamlin, Rev. Teunis S....560 
Hart, Albert Bushnell.558, 563 

Hart, Charles Henry 

126, 365, 366 

Hasted, Frederick 226 

Harris, Gen. T. M 714 

Haswell, John H 993 

Haven, Rev. E. 32 

Hawaiian 31 

Hawley, Joseph R 802 

Hay, John 559, 575, 701 

Heermans, J 608 

Hodge, Rev. Charles 772 

Holland, Dr. J. G 886 

Hope, Eva 690 

Howells, William D 597 

Howison, Prof. G. H 8 

Hutchinson, John W 219 

111. Central R R. Co 7 

111. Woman's Columbian 

Club 649 

Ingersoll, Robert G.. .215, 802 

Jane way, Rev. J. L 325 

Japanese 96, 479, 643 

Johnson, Pres. Andrew. .. .268 

Johnson, Charles W 775 

Johnson, Edward S 5 

Jones, 753 

Jones, Alonzo T 589 



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379 



Jones, Rev. George H 339 

Jones, Sir Willoughby 201 

Jottrand, Gustave 64 

Junius 693 

Kaufman, J. L 310 

Kelley, William D 916 

Kickley, Betsy 82 

Lambert, William H 

543, 569, 571 

Lamberton, John P 14 

Lambkin, Dr. A. C 617 

Lapsley, Arthur Brooks... 574 
Lieber, Francis 553 

Mabie, Hamilton Wright. .802 

Mcintosh, John 786 

Malan, B 20 

Malespine, A 539a 

Manhattan 1036 

Mann, Carl H 154 

Merritt, Dr. J. B 938 

Mitchell, James T 582 

Montgomery, Richard 938 

Morris, Edgar Coit 591 

Munsell, Oliver S 215 

Newman, Bish. John P 

16, 602, 802 

Newell, R. H... 640 

Nimms, George W 18 

Nicolay and Hay 559, 575 

Norton, Rev. Robert 632 

Oakleaf, J. B 475 

Oceanus (steamer) 916 

O'Connor, Charles 171 

Olmstead, Frank Lincoln.. 142 
Ottolengul, D 82 



Paine, George T. 



•94 



Perry, Bliss 565 

Pinkerton, Allan 417 

Pitman, Benn 182 

Plotts, J. N 753 

Porter, Gen. Horace 802 

Preston, Rev. William 828 

Prince, Ezra M 628 

Prince, Frederick 120 

Rasmusen, H 13 

Ray, Cordelia 277, 446 

R. B 128 

Reed, John J 430 

Richardson, James D 564 

Rogers, A. J 995 

Rollner, A. T 6 

Russian 424, 480 

Russell, Earl 62 

Schurz, Carl 171, 574 

Seward, William H... 20, 171 

Selby, Paul 568 

Shepardson, Francis W 855 

Sickles, Gen. Daniel E 215 

Simpson, Bish. Matthew. . .711 

Simon, Andreas 620 

Smith, Goldwin 855 

Smith, Truman 958 

Snively, Rev. William A... 828 

Spear, Rev. Samuel T 679 

Spencer, William V 593 

Stewart, Judd 871 

Storrs, Rev. Richard S 136 

Strobridge, Rev. G. E 802 

Stryker, Melancthon W....802 
Sumner, Charles. 119, 171, 349 

Swaim, Rev. Thomas 324 

Swett, Leonard 184 

Taylor, H. S 567 

Thompson, George 916 



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Abraham Lincoln 



Thompson, Rev. Henry P. .778 

Thurston, John M 802 

Torrie, H. D 963 

Tuckerman, H. T 46 

Tyng, Rev. Stephen H 679 

Vandenpeereboom, Ernest. 84 
Vose, Reuben 76 

Wade, Benjamin F 171 

Walbridge, Hiram 228 

Wayland, Rev. H. L. 802 

Weed, Thurlow 171 



Weik, Jesse W 409,410 

White, Horace 410 

Whitney, Henry C 524 

Wilcox, Rev. G. B 688 

Williams, Rev. Wm. H 679 

Wilson, Henry 916 

Windsor, Rev. John H 917 

Wood, James 1066b 

Wurzburger, Julius 385 

W. W. B 144 

Young, Rev. Edward J 507 



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