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作       者:K. Alexander McClure

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出版时间:2011-01-01

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PREFACE.

LINCOLN'S NAME AROUSES AN AUDIENCE, BY DR. NEWMAN HALL, of London.

LINCOLN'S HUMOR A SPARKLING SPRING, BY DAVID R. LOCKE (PETROLEUM V.NASBY), Lincoln's Favorite Humorist.

LINCOLN CHRONOLOGY.

LINCOLN AND McCLURE.

LINCOLN ASKED TO BE SHOT.

LINCOLN'S DUES.

LINCOLN CARRIED HER TRUNK.

LINCOLN'S STORY TO PEACE COMMISSIONERS.

LINCOLN MISTAKEN FOR ONCE.

LINCOLN LUGS THE OLD MAN.

LINCOLN'S NAME FOR "WEEPING WATER."

LINCOLN CAMPAIGN MOTTOES.

LINCOLN ADOPTED THE SUGGESTION.

LINCOLN SAW STANTON ABOUT IT.

LINCOLN AND THE MINISTERS.

LINCOLN CALLS MEDILL A COWARD.

LINCOLN WAS READY TO FIGHT.

LINCOLN MET CLAY.

LINCOLN PROTECTED CURRENCY ISSUES.

LINCOLN'S APOLOGY TO GRANT.

LINCOLN SAID "BY JING."

LINCOLN UPBRAIDED LAMON.

LINCOLN SILENCES SEWARD.

LINCOLN'S TWO DIFFICULTIES.

LINCOLN'S REJECTED MANUSCRIPT.

LINCOLN AS A STORY WRITER.

LINCOLN'S IDEAS ON CROSSING A RIVER WHEN HE GOT TO IT.

LINCOLN PLAYED BALL.

LINCOLN A MAN OF SIMPLE HABITS.

LINCOLN BELIEVED IN EDUCATION.

LINCOLN ON THE DRED SCOTT DECISION.

LINCOLN MADE MANY NOTABLE SPEECHES.

LINCOLN'S "ORDER NO. 252."

LINCOLN WASN'T BUYING NOMINATIONS.

LINCOLN: "This reminds me of a little joke--"

LINCOLN WAS a GENTLEMAN.

LINCOLN AND THE "SHOW"

LINCOLN DEFENDS FIFTEEN MRS. NATIONS.

LINCOLN PAID HOMAGE TO WASHINGTON.

LINCOLN WOULD HAVE PREFERRED DEATH.

LINCOLN AS A DANCER.

LINCOLN AND A BIBLE HERO.

LINCOLN'S MEN WERE "HUSTLERS."

LINCOLN'S LAST OFFICIAL ACT.

LINCOLN'S LAST WRITTEN WORDS.

LINCOLN WISHED TO SEE RICHMOND.

LINCOLN'S FIRST SPEECH.

LINCOLN PRONOUNCED THIS STORY FUNNY.

LINCOLN AS A LAWYER.

LINCOLN A GREAT GENERAL.

LINCOLN AT THE THEATRE.

LINCOLN MONUMENT AT SPRINGFIELD.

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