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Tuesday, August 26, 1851.+-

Springfield, IL.

Eight of Lincoln & Herndon's cases come up in court. They dismiss one and two are dismissed by their opponents. Graves v. Penny & Campbell is settled by agreement, judgment in amount of $93 and costs being entered for their client. In Keedy v. Barney they default and plaintiff recovers $40 debt and $54.80 damages. Remaining cases are continued. Record.

Lincoln writes judgment in Graves v. Penny, affidavit of defendant in Samuel McClurkan & Co. v. Teasdale, plus notice of deposition and list of questions and acknowledgment of notice of service in latter case. Herndon-Weik Collection, Library of Congress, Washington, DC.