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Wednesday, August 29, 1860.+-

Springfield, IL.

Still concerned about New York "Herald" story, Lincoln writes to Fogg: "You have done precisely right in that matter with the Herald. Do nothing further about it. Although it wrongs me, and annoys me some, I prefer letting it run its course, to getting into the papers over my own name." As to Republican prospects, "the whole field appears reasonably well." Abraham Lincoln to George G. Fogg, 29 August 1860, CW, 4:102.