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Saturday, June 9, 1860.+-

Springfield, IL.

S. C. Davis & Co. v. Hillabrant is called, and plaintiffs appear "by Messrs. Lincoln and Herndon their Attorneys." Defendant defaults, and court orders judgment entered against him for $500 garnishee. Lincoln releases mortgage he took from Ritta Angelica da Silva February 20, 1855. Record.

He writes two acknowledgment notes, and letter which reveals another penalty of fame. Mrs. Deziah Vance, widow of John Vance of Danville, for whom Lincoln handled case in 1844, has asked if he has any money collected for Mr. Vance. Lincoln replies that he has not, and doubts that 16-year-old claim can be collected. Abraham Lincoln to James E. Harvey, 9 June 1860, CW, 4:73; Abraham Lincoln to Charles Lanman, 9 June 1860, CW, 4:74; Abraham Lincoln to Mrs. Deziah Vance, 9 June 1860, CW, 4:74.