Quincy (IL) Whig, "The Friends of Hon. Abraham Lincoln," October 13, 1858

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    "The Friends of Hon. Abraham Lincoln," Quincy (IL) Whig, October 13, 1858, p. 2.
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    In the city and country are invited to rally in their strength, at QUINCY, on Wednesday, Oct. 13th. ABRAHAM LINCOLN and JUDGE DOUGLAS will address the masses then assembled. MR. LINCOLN is expected to arrive at Quincy on a special train, from the north, on the morning of the 13th, at half-past 9 o'clock, at which time the Republicans from the city and country, under the charge of the Marshal of the day, will proceed in procession, to receive our champion at the depot, and conduct him to the Court House. It is hoped our country friends will be in the city in time to co-operate with the Republicans of the city. The progamme and order of procession will be published by the Marshal in a day or two.

    All who desire to hear the true principles of the Republican party expounded, and the unsound doctrines of the Douglas Democracy exposed, are invited to attend.

    By order of the Republican Committee of Arrangements,

    A. JONAS, Ch'n.

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