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Saturday, February 7, 1846.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln writes to John J. Hardin, of Jacksonville, Illinois, in response to Hardin's criticism of Lincoln's interest in running for Congress. Hardin's congressional term ended nearly a year earlier and Edward D. Baker now holds the seat. Lincoln writes, "It is certain that struggles between candidates, do not strengthen a party; but who are most responsible for these struggles, those who are willing to live and let live, or those who are resolved, at all hazzards, to take care of 'number one'?" Abraham Lincoln to John J. Hardin, 7 February 1846, CW, 1:360-65.

Lincoln and Fridley argue motion made by Lincoln yesterday in Sargeant v. Kellogg. Motion is resisted by Peters and court considers.Record.