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Monday, November 21, 1859.+-

Springfield, IL.

From office of U.S. marshal, Lincoln writes to William Dungy: "I now find the suit is Shaw Buel & Barber against Hill & Hill. The Marshal says the execution has been levied on land, but that there has not, as yet been a sale of it. Once more I tell you, the land can be so sold, as to leave you liable on the other note & you better watch it." Abraham Lincoln to William Dungy, 21 November 1859, CW, 3:494.