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Tuesday, June 2, 1857.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln writes Messrs. Cornell, Waite & Jameson of Chicago that register of land office has declined to enter land which they wished. He has made memorandum of facts and has deposited $400 in gold with Jacob Bunn, who will hold it subject to their order. "Now, if you please," he concludes, "send me ten dollars as a fee." Abraham Lincoln to Paul Cornell, Charles B. Waite, and John A. Jameson, 2 June 1857, CW, 2:396-97.

Two of his cases in U.S. Circuit Court are continued. Record.