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Thursday, February 21, 1856.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln writes to George P. Floyd, of Quincy, Illinois, regarding payment Floyd sent to Lincoln for some legal work. Lincoln determines that Floyd has overpaid him, and he writes, "I have just received yours of 16th, with check on Flagg & Savage for twenty-five dollars. You must think I am a high-priced man. You are too liberal with your money. Fifteen dollars is enough for the job. I send you a receipt for fifteen dollars, and return to you a ten-dollar bill." Abraham Lincoln to George P. Floyd, 21 February 1856, CW, 2:332-33.