Results 12 entries found

Saturday, July 1, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln, Stephen J. Iankiewicz, and Norman H. Purple, committee of arbitrators appointed yesterday by Gov. Ford, begin examining A. G. Henry's accounts as state house commissioner. Their work continues 12 days.Photocopy.

Monday, July 3, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

Acting as arbitrator between Samuel Wyckoff and Dennis Forrest in dispute over strip of land, Lincoln awards land to Wyckoff and designates dividing line between their holdings.Arbitration Award to Samuel Wyckoff, 3 July 1843, CW, 1:326-27.

Tuesday, July 4, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln, Iankiewicz, and Purple continue investigation all week.

Wednesday, July 5, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln takes depositions of three witnesses, at Thomas Moffett's office, in Jackson v. Applegate.Photocopy.

Monday, July 10, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln, Iankiewicz, and Purple continue their investigation of state house accounts until Friday. Logan & Lincoln, as attorneys for Seth M. Tinsley, take deposition of Thomas P. Pettus at office of Thomas Moffett, for use in Bryan & Bryan v. Wash et al.Photocopy.

Friday, July 14, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln, Iankiewicz, and Purple complete investigation of accounts of Anson G. Henry, late state house commissioner. They award state $271.Arbitration Award to the State of Illinois Against Anson G. Henry, 14 July 1843, CW, 1:327.

Saturday, July 15, 1843.+-

Hillsboro, IL.

Lincoln stumps for Whig congressional ticket, delivering amusing speech.Speech at Hillsboro, Illinois, in Reply to Orlando B. Ficklin, 15 July 1843, CW, 1:327.

Friday, July 21, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

In U.S. Circuit Court, Logan & Lincoln file plaintiff's affidavit in Vance v. Kilgore et al. to hold defendants to bail.Record.

Monday, July 24, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

To Robert S. Blackwell Lincoln writes: "Yours of the 18th. inclosing your license is received. I have had it perfected and herewith return it to you."Abraham Lincoln to Robert S. Blackwell, 24 July 1843, CW, 1:328.

Wednesday, July 26, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln writes to his friend, Joshua F. Speed, of Louisville, Kentucky, and relates news concerning business matters. Lincoln closes with a personal note and writes, "We shall look with impatience for your visit this fall.' Lincoln reveals that his wife, Mary, or as he refers to her, "Molly," is "anxious" to see Speed's wife, Fanny. Lincoln references Mary's pregnancy, and adds, "Dont fail to come. We are but two, as yet." Mary Lincoln will deliver the couple's first child, Robert, on August 1. Abraham Lincoln to Joshua F. Speed, 26 July 1843, CW, 1:328-29.

Thursday, July 27, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

[Sangamo Journal of today is first issue available showing removal of Logan & Lincoln to third floor of building at south west corner of Sixth and Adams streets, over Post Office. Last extant issue showing their office "opposite Hoffman's Row" is February 23, 1843. Logan & Lincoln remain in new location until partnership is dissolved.]

Monday, July 31, 1843.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln writes to unknown correspondent in Tremont concerning removal of the county seat of Tazewell County from Tremont to Pekin. He consulted with Logan, and although Logan believes the land will not revert, Lincoln gives his opinion that the land would revert to the donor if the county seat is moved to Pekin.Abraham Lincoln to a Gentleman in Tremont, 31 July 1843, CW, 1:329.