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ton, 207-218, rejoinder, 238-244; speech
at Galesburgh, 268-283; speech at
Quincy, 290-300; rejoinder, 318-324;
speech at Alton, 338-356; speech at
Columbus, 363-386; speech at Cincin-
nati, 386-407.

Liquor laws, 28.

Little, 157.

Lockwood, Judge, 16.
Louisiana, 70,101,117,147, 167,'184, 261,
349 391.

Lovej'oy. Parson, 103-112, 148-156, 170-

177, 197-203, 231-236, 262, 287-326.
Lovejoy district, 294.
Lyman, 157.

Mcdonf.ll, Chas., 189.
McDonough Co., Ills., 197.
McHenry Co., Ills., 189.
McLean Co., Ills., 5, 36, 59,[295.
Mace, 5.

Macomb, Ills., 197.

Madison, James, 107-117, '222-223, 237,
252 399

Maine, U, 17, 28, 56, 70, 76,110-117, 178,
266 349.

Maine liquor law, 13,15, 70, 266, 312, 362.
Malay, 177.

Marshall, Judge, 16, 72.

Marshall Co., Ills., 197.

Maryland, 407.

Mason and Dixon's line, 262.

Massachusetts, 101,167, 241, 261-262,358.

Matheny, Jas. H., 102, 106, 173, 182,

201-202, 232-240.
Matteson, Joel, 189.
Mattoon, Ills., 243.
Mayo, Z. B., 189-190.
Memphis, Tenn., 390-393.
Methodist Church, 350.
Mexican army, 358.
Mexican laws, 272.

Mexican war, men engaged in, 80;
opposed bv Lincoln, 105, 115,148, 228,
241, 286, 357-358; territory acquired
by, 185, 239, 282.

Mexicans, 358.

Mexico, 18, 53,172,179, 201.

Michigan, 122, 395, 402.

Mining, 70.

Minnesota, 39, 48, 63, 70, 193, 246, 316.

Minnesota case, 180.

Mississippi river, 48, 59, 147, 176, 307.

Missouri, U. S. Circuit Court of, 2; and
slavery, 6, 51, 108, 155, 300, 308-309,
337, 344, 363; and state sovereignty,
38, 178, 317, 330, 353; and Lincoln, 69;
and Kansas, 74; Constitution, 132;
French settlements in, 402-403.

Missouri Compromise, origin and extent,
48,132, 183, 239; referred to by Doug-
las, 49, 314; and Kansas,51,75; repeal
of, 90, 112, 170, 184-185, 196, 338; and
Clay, 95; referred to by Lincoln, 349,
396.

Missouri courts, 303.
Missouri line, 48,104,134.
"Missouri Republican," 197,245.
Missouri restriction, 92.
Molony, R. S., 188,189, 202.
Monroe Co., Ills., 234, 235, 252, 264,
269.

Naper, Capt., 189.
Naperville, Ills., 189.
Napoleon, 83, 88.

National Bank, 30, 93,125, 280, 289, 320.
"National Democracy," 185, 228, 249,
269, 275.

Nebraska, organization, 11, 65,102; poli-
ticians, 94; and slavery, 103, 112-114,
151, 200, 212, 394; constitution, 329;
and Kansas-Nebraska bill, 334.

Negro citizenship, 54, 75-79, 108, 219,
231-238, 262, 338-339.

Negro democracy, 407.

Negro equality, Douglas opposed to,
78-79,108,128, 231, 306-307, 322; Lin-
coln's doctrine, 221, 263, 284, 293, 326,
339-340, 364-365.

Negro regulations, 76.

Negro suffrage, 364-366.

Negro voting, 76.

Nelson, Judge, 6, 295.

New England, 14, 70.

New Hampshire, 14, 46, 70,107, 328.

New Jersey, 46, 328.

New Mexico, 147,191, 272-273, 304, 314-

315, 329.
New Mexico bill, 273.
New Orleans, 171.

New York, and slavery, 14, 38, 46, 109,
110, 171, 328; negro franchise of, 17-18,
57 , 76, 178, 266; Douglas's stay in, 83,
88; and Abolitionists, 169; 398.

"New York Tribune," 39, 65.

Niagara river, 69, 157.

North, the, 316, 334, 363, 385-399.

North-West territory, 402.

Northern Abolitionists, 168, 229.

Norton, 149, 276, 323-324.

Nullification, 105, 334, 349, 360.

Ohio, 110, 120, 139, 260-262, 307, 332,

363, 385-402.
Ohio river, 45, 69, 89,101, 118, 157, 272,

391-401.
"Ohio statesman," 364.
Ordinance of 1787, 75, 92, 188, 383,

395-403.
Oregon, 143-144, 147, 304.
Orr, Jas. L., 267, 312,336.
Ottawa, Ills., joint debate at, 98,100-101,

145-150,189,191-197,199, 238, 242, 275,

277, 286-287, 293-297, 304, 307, 322-328,

364; resolutions at, 183, 285.
"Ottawa Free-Trader," 364.
Oyster laws, 28, 348-349, 300.

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Democratic state central committee at,
97; Lincoln's letters from, 98-100;
Legislature at, 232.

Springfield, Mass., 227.

Springfield district, 149. 201.

"Springfield Journal, the," 100.

"Springfield Register, the," 100, 241.

Squatter sovereignty, L 22-23, 321, 385.

State Constitutions, 366.

State Legislatures, 15, 46, 68, 70, 91, 208.

State rights, 59, 179.

State sovereignty, 15, 46, 68-71,165, 179,
327.

Stephen, Alex. H., 5, 118,130,312,336,
384.

Stephenson Co, Ills., 235.
Strode, 1. M, 189.
Stuart, 122.

Sumner, Chas., 91,181.
Swan, 157.

Sweet, Martin P., 187-188.

Taney. Judge, and Dred Scott case, 5,119,
176-178,200, 2G6,289, 311, 335, 342, 362;
referred to by Douglas, 16, 73-74; and
the charge of conspiracy, 66, 131, 303.

Taylor, Zachary, 223, 359.

Tazewell county, 111, 127-128, 150, 2G3-
264, 269.

Tazewell Court, 287.

Tennessee, 312, 390.

Tennesseeans, 264, 293.

Territorial bills, 314.

Territorial legislature, 253, 314.

Territorial slave code, 385, 406.

Texas, 176,187-188, 201, 273, 329.

Texas, annexation of, 185, 239, 349.

Texas boundary, 273, 314.

Tobacco, 70.

Toombs, Robt, 146, 164-165, 214-216,

244-253, 288.
Toombs bill, 210-225, 242, 247-254.
Topeka constitution, 255.
Tories, 362.

Trumbull, Senator, 2, 25, 87, 102-112,

137-154,169-277, 296-297, 324.
Turks, 19, 21.
Turner, T. J., 153-157.

Union, Ills., 170.
Union Democrats, 168, 229, 360.
Union men, 229.
Union Whigs, 168, 229.
Unitarian Church, 350.
U. S. Constitution, see Constitution of
'U. S.

United States Supreme Court, and Illi-
nois, 6; decision opposed by Lincoln,
15-18, 46, 50, 55,124,160, 176-178, 192,
196, 205-206, 226-227, 237-238, 278, 288,
312, 320-320, 335, 338, 355, 366, 380-381,
396-397; and Nationat Bank, 30, 92-94,
125, 280; appeal from, 49, 72, 289,310;
Douglas's suppositions, 73; Lincoln's
charge of conspiracy, 131, 141, 159,

303; future decisions on slavery, 124,
144-146, 193, 294-295, and.U. S. consti-
tution, 279, 311.
Utah, 272, 273, 314, 315.

Van Buren, M., 252.

Vermont, 117, 176,191, 203-204, 327.

Virginia, purchase of slaves in,7; slavery
in, 13. 44, 46, 109-110, 264, 293-294;
398, 402; negroes' rights in, 18,91,266;
oyster laws of, 28, 348-349; and aboli-
tionists, 69, 308, 319, 343; tobacco
regions of, 70.

Virginia Supreme Court, 91.

Voss, A., 189.

Wabash, Ind., 203.
Wade, B. F, 363.
Warren Co., Ills., 287.
Washburne, E. B., 150-153, 203, 236.
Washington, D. C, 66, 83, 162, 172, 202,

226-227, 297, 398.
Washington, George, 107-117, 175-176,

222-223, 237, 252, 269, 399.
Washington's army, 180.
Washington Territory, 201.
"Washington Union, the," 122-124, 142,

146, 159-166, 2S8, 313-319, 334.
Waterloo, Ills., 171, 185, 235.
Waukegan, Ills., 235.

Webster, Daniel, 58-64, 95-101, 152-153,

167-168, 228 230, 313, 316.
Wendell, Cornelius, 160.
Wentworth, John, 106, 153,170, 174, 202,

233.

West India Islands, 53, 80.
Whig caucus, 359.

Whig national convention, 153, 168,183,
230 359.

Whig' Presidents, 222-223.

Whigs, and Crittenden-Montgomery bill,
9; and slavery, 11,27; and Compromise
Measures of 1850, 58, 101-102, 228-230,
305, 329, 334; and Wilmot proviso, 64;
and Douglas, 95, 167-108, 183, 261;
abolitionized, 103-106,112,115. 152-154,
169, 173, 202, 231, 234, 262,-297; and
Trumbull, 233, 240; Union, 360.

Wilcox, Elijah, 189.

Will Co., Ills., 189.

Williams, Archie, 106,174, 233.

Williams, E. B., 189.

Wilmot proviso, 10, 64, 105-106, 148-156.

169-172, 253, 359.
Wilson, C. L., 20,146.
Winchester, Ills., 105.
Winnebago Co., Ills., 189.
Wisconsin, 395, 402.
Wise, H. A., 398-399.
Wogley, 320.

Yatis, 128, 276.

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