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LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES
HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN,
With a Portrait on Steel.
TO WHICH IS ADDED A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF
HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN.
BY D. W. BARTLETT,
WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT OF THE NEW YORK INDEPENDENT AND EVENING POST,
,"? "JOAN OF ARO," ETO.
DERBY & JACKSON, PUBLISHERS,
No. 498 BROADWAY.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880, by
In the Clerk's office, of the District Court, for the Southern District of
But a single word is necessary. Every reader will easily understand that a “campaign” life of any man, got up with despatch, is like neither “ Boswell's Johnson” nor “ Lockhart's Scott.” They were the work of years—this of days. But it is believed that this is an accurate life of Mr. Lincoln in every respect, and as such, we send it forth to take its share in the great work of making Abraham Lincoln next President of these United States.
D. W. B.
WASHington, D. C., June 1st, 1860.