Quincy, IL

QUINCY, c. h., p v., seat of justice of Adams co., Ill., 104 ms. W. of Springfield; from W. 884 ms. Watered by Mississippi river. Pop. 6,911. (Fanning's, 1853)
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Abraham Lincoln to Eliza Caldwell Browning, April 1, 1838
Abraham Lincoln to Andrew Johnston with Poem, April 18, 1846
Abraham Lincoln to Richard Yates, October 30, 1854
Abraham Lincoln to Richard Yates, October 31, 1854
Lyman Trumbull to Abraham Lincoln, June 12, 1858
Stephen Douglas to Abraham Lincoln, July 30, 1858
Thomas C. Sharp to Ozias Mather Hatch, August 11, 1858
Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, "Who Furnishes the Audiences?," September 23, 1858
Recollection by Carl Schurz, Quincy Debate, October 13, 1858
Abraham Lincoln, Sixth Debate with Stephen Douglas, Quincy, Illinois, October 13, 1858
Quincy (IL) Whig, "The Friends of Hon. Abraham Lincoln," October 13, 1858
Recollection by Horace White, Quincy Debate, October 13, 1858
Recollection by David Patterson Dyer, Quincy Debate, October 13, 1858
Chicago (IL) Times, “Sixth Great Debate,” October 15, 1858
Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, "The Quincy Debate," October 15, 1858
Quincy (IL) Whig, "Lincoln Gets Douglas Down!," October 15, 1858
Quincy (IL) Herald, “The Discussion of Wednesday,” October 16, 1858
Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, "The Rascality Confessed," October 18, 1858
New York Evening Post, “Political,” October 20, 1858
Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, "Freemen, Remember," October 29, 1858
Abraham Lincoln to Abraham Jonas, July 21, 1860
Cleveland (OH) Herald, “Boy Mail Robber,” December 10, 1860
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