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Wednesday, October 31, 1855.+-

Danville, IL.

Lincoln speaks on political situation. "While I am writing this," says Democratic correspondent of Register, "ex-congressman Lincoln is speaking in the court house by invitation of the fusionists here, who are, that is a few of them, as bitter and unreasonable against Judge Douglas as any can be found in the state. Mr. Lincoln just suits them." Register, 6 November 1855.

Agreement written by Lincoln that parties in Gatling et al. v. Great Western RR agree to submit case to judge in vacation is filed, and case continued. Record.

Lincoln's drug store account is charged for soda, cream of tartar, and bottle of liniment. Pratt, Personal Finances, 151.