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    Abraham Lincoln. Document Signed "Taylor & Lincoln p.q." Tazewell Co. [Ill.], May 1854, three-quarters page, folio. The document states that Peter Fleming "will admit on the trial of this cause, that some time in…August A.D. 1852 after defendant's arrival in this country he remitted to the plaintiff by cheque on the Commercial Bank of Scotland the sum of twenty pounds to aid her in leaving Scotland and…coming to this country and that the same was received by plaintiff within…two or three months thereafter and that the plaintiff did not leave Scotland to come to the United States until about the last of July A.D. 1853…" SEE PRECEDING AND FOLLOWING LOTS From the Henry E. Luhrs Collection. Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

    Please note: A "Document Signed" means that Abraham Lincoln signed the document in the form mentioned, but the body of the document is not in his handwriting.


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    February, 2006
    20th-21st Monday-Tuesday
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