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Monday, July 11, 1859.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln, Logan, and Hatch, "as friends of yours and of the people," urge James Miller, treasurer, to pay nothing "under any possible circumstances" on new McAllister and Stebbins bonds. Lincoln sends copy of his German paper, "Illinois Staats-Anzeiger," to Frederick C. W. Koehnle of Lincoln and John Capps of Mount Pulaski. Abraham Lincoln, S. T. Logan, and O. M. Hatch to James Miller, 11 July 1859, CW, 3:392; Abraham Lincoln to Frederick C. W. Koehnle, 11 July 1859, CW, 2:391.

Court decides Whiting v. Mudge, tried July 1, 1859, in favor of plaintiff, and assesses damages of $517.41. Lincoln represents defendant. Record.