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Wednesday, October 18, 1837.+-

Springfield, IL.

In two cases, Stuart & Lincoln win judgments of $175.60 each for their clients, the plaintiffs in T. & J.S. Wilbourn v. Simmons and T. & J.S. Wilbourn v. Simmons. In Billon v. White, they obtain a judgment by default for their client Charles P. Billon, and the court awards $145.34 in damages. Stuart & Lincoln file a plea for their cleint, the defendant in Fleming v. Ransdell. Lincoln, representing the plaintiff in Chiles v. Sudduth, signs a joinder to the defendant's demurrer, "Stuart & Lincoln." Stuart & Lincoln file an affidavit and request that the defendant provide additional security for court costs in Campbell v. Knox.Record.

Lincoln writes second reply to James Adams, published in "Sangamo Journal" October 28, 1837.Second Reply to James Adams, 18 October 1837, CW, 1:101-6.