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Tuesday, June 13, 1854.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln's court work consists mainly in entering motions and filing pleas in nine Lincoln & Herndon cases called. In one, however—Eads v. Griffin—defendant defaults, and Lincoln & Herndon obtain judgment for plaintiff in sum of $159.25. Record.

Lincoln writes M. K. Alexander of Paris, apologizing for his failure to attend to case for him in Clinton in May. Abraham Lincoln to Milton K. Alexander, [13 June 1854], CW, 2:218-19.