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ABEAHAM LIB"0 0LIT.
BY REV. T. M. EDDY, D. DM
DELIVERED AT A
Wnion Meeting lieft in flic xxz&byUxwn tGlutrcli,
WIKIDlSnESIDAY-, APRIL 10, 18G5,
THE DAY UPON WHICH THE FUNERAL SERVICES OE THE PRESIDENT WERE
CONDUCTED IN WASHINGTON, AND OBSERVED THROUGHOUT
THE LOYAL STATES AS ONE OF MOURNING.
PUBLISHED BY REQUEST.
PRINTED AT THE METHODIST BOOK DEPOSITORY.
CHARLES PHILBRICK, PRINTER.
Waukegan, April 19, 1865. Key. T. M. Eddy, D. D.:
The undersigned having listened with much interest and profit to your eloquent eulogy this day spoken before the citizens of this town, upon the Life and Death of President Lincoln, unite in requesting a copy for publication. We feel that much good would come to the community from a calm perusal of the thoughts so fitly uttered on the occasion.
H. W. Blodgett, D. Brewster,
C. W. Upton, W. H. P. Wright,
W. J. Lucas, C. L. Wright,
C. G. Buell, M. M. Biddlecew,
P. W. Edwards, A. P. Yard,
B. S. Kennicott, Wm. C. Tiffany,
S. S. Greenleaf, R. Douglas,
Joseph Mallon, James Y. ^cory.
Editorial Rooms, Northwestern Christian Advocate,[ 66 Washington Street, Chicago, April 24, 1865. S
Messrs. Blodgett, Upton And Others:
Gentlemen—Your note is before me. You know the time for the preparation of that discourse was very brief. You are also aware, doubtless, that though spoken from copious notes, much of it was extemporized, and that I cannot reproduce those passages. But such as it is, I place it in your hands, as my humble tribute to the name and the virtues of our murdered President. With much respect, gentlemen,
Yours truly, T. M. Eddy.