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Monday, June 2, 1834.+-

Springfield, IL (?)

Lincoln writes and signs Samuel Rogers' name to Rogers' bill as trustee of school section.Photocopy.

[Lincoln is allowed $15 as surveyor and $2.50 for making plat of road from Musick's Ferry on Salt Creek via New Salem to county line in direction of Jacksonville. Report of Lincoln, Michael Killian and Hugh Armstrong is accepted. Armstrong is granted $3.75 for five days as axeman and John A. Kelso and Robert Lloyd same amount as chainmen.Record D, 82.]

Tuesday, June 3, 1834.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln signs receipt for clerk of County Commissioners Court: "Recd of C. R. Matheny Clerk $10.00 deposited by me at the last term [Mar. 3] of com. court on application for a road."IHi—Original.

[Lincoln is appointed by County Commissioners' Court "to survey the road from Athens to Sangamo Town in place of Charles Winn and that the viewers have to next court to make their report."Record D, 91.]

Wednesday, June 4, 1834.+-

New Salem, IL and Springfield, IL.

Dr. Charles Chandler, for whom Chandlerville, Illinois is named, overtakes Lincoln on way to Springfield. Dr. Chandler is hurrying to land office to enter 80 acres ahead of Henry Ingalls. [Some time later Lincoln surveys this land for Dr. Chandler, and also farm for Ingalls adjoining Chandlerville.]IHi—Journal, XXIV, 438; XXVIII, 282.