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Speech of the Hon. Abram Lincoln, in reply to Judge Douglas delivered in Representatives" Hall, Springfield, Illinois, June 26th, 1857 by Abraham Lincoln

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Published by [s.n.] in S.l.] .
Written in English

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  • Politics and government,
  • Slavery,
  • Speeches, addresses, etc., American

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Pagination7 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25358339M
OCLC/WorldCa795908156

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Speech of Hon. Abram [sic] Lincoln, In Reply to Judge Douglas. Springfield, Illinois, J Two folio leaves, one loosely laid inside the other in quarto as issued, uncut; pp. [1] Speech of the Hon. Abram Lincoln, in Reply to Judge Douglas, Show Transcript; Newberry Library; Tags: Stephen Douglas, popular sovereignty, speeches; Lincoln’s Reply. Two weeks after Stephen A. Douglas’s remarks, Lincoln spoke before the Illinois House of Representatives. Abraham Lincoln Biography Lincoln Douglas Debate Stephen Douglas Speech Abraham Lincoln Speech Senator Douglas's Response: President Abraham Lincoln: The Abraham Lincoln-Stephen Douglas debate was one of the defining moments in American History. It helps set the stage for the conditions that led to the Civil War. Below we present Mr. Lincoln's. Judge Trumbull did bring to the notice of the Senate at that time the fact that there was no provision for submitting the Constitution about to be made for the people of Kansas, to a vote of the people. I believe I may venture to say that Judge Douglas made some reply to this speech of Judge Trumbull’s, but he never noticed that part of it at.

Herndon remarked, "when I saw Senator Douglas making such headway against Mr. Lincoln's house divided speech I was nettled & irritable, and said to Mr. Lincoln one day this -- 'Mr. Lincoln -- why in the world do you not say to Mr. Douglas, when he is making capitol out of your speech, -- 'Douglas why whine and complain to me because of that speech. Now, during all that month Mr. LINCOLN was engaged in stumping the State of Illinois with Judge DOUGLAS. If any such speech, -- or any speech embodying such sentiments, was made at that time. This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition.   The Lincoln-Douglas Debates were held in Illinois throughout the summer of as Lincoln ran for a U.S. Senate seat held by Stephen A. Douglas. In the series of seven debates each man would speak for up to an hour, so the format would be more like a speech than any debate we would see in modern times.

Abraham Lincoln gave hundreds of speeches in his lifetime. Below are some of his important speeches. Peoria Speech, Octo House Divided Speech, J Cooper Union Address, Febru Farewell to Springfield, Febru Address at Independence Hall, Febru First Inaugural Address, March 4, Gettysburg Address, Novem A Reply to the Speech of the Hon. Edward Blake Against the Orange Incorporation Bill. Reply to the speech of Hon. J.C. Breckinridge, delivered in. Mr. Lincoln's Reply. As Mr. Lincoln stepped forward, the crowd sent up three rousing cheers. MR. LINCOLN said: Fellow citizens-It follows as a matter of course that a half-hour answer to a speech of an hour and a half can be but a very hurried one.I shall only be able to touch upon a few of the points suggested by Judge Douglas, and give them a brief attention, while I shall have to totally.   Hon. S. A. Douglas. My dear Sir: The reply of Judge Douglas, while it explains fully the reasons why he cannot now agree to a joint discussion at all his meetings, tenders Mr. Lincoln a meeting at seven different points in the state. Honorable Abram Lincoln sent a note to Judge D. the other day inviting him to make an arrangement to.