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Tuesday, November 13, 1860.+-

Springfield, IL.

Another reporter finds Lincoln studying nullification and Jackson's 1832 proclamation. He "is not a bit alarmed by the aspect of affairs." Illinois State Journal, 24 November 1860.

"Rest fully assured," Lincoln writes Haycraft, "that the good people of the South who will put themselves in the same temper and mood towards me which you do, will find no cause to complain of me." Abraham Lincoln to Samuel Haycraft, 13 November 1860, CW, 4:139.