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New York: H. Dayton, 1860. To which is added a Biographical Sketch of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin. Frontispiece portrait of Lincoln. 354pp. 12mo, original blue cloth, scattered light foxing, including portrait, corners lightly bumped, otherwise very good. New York: H. Dayton, 1860. Authorized Edition. Text includes 10 speeches by Abraham Lincoln including the speech delivered at Cooper Union in New York City. Author was Washington correspondent for the New York Independent and Evening Post. Monaghan 25.
1884. Excellent content A.L.S. 8vo, 4 pages, 29 Chestnut Street, November 30th 1884, to Mr. Booth, in part: "... I was at rehearsals or napping ... except the first time when my daughter's costume prevented her from seeing strangers and I was forbidden to ask you to take a bite with us. Your second letter reached me during the play last evening. It is very kind of you to send me news of Launt [Thompson] although the information is of.....
many photo. illus. 89pp. 8vo, original pr. wrs.; (rebacked with modern cloth, wrs. soiled and with a few chips, internally very good). Washington: Rufus H. Darby, 1894. The author was the doorkeeper at Ford's Theater on the night of the assassination. "Details of the conspiracy and assassination." Monaghan 1138.
40pp. 24mo, original printed wrappers; (wrappers very lightly soiled, otherwise very good). Rio de Janeiro: Eduardo & Henrique Laemmert, (1865). "An account of Lincoln's assassination and funeral, beginning with his forebodings when he left Springfield. Concludes with a brief biography." Monaghan 3796. One of two publications in Portuguese published in Brazil in 1865 on Abraham Lincoln.